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Robert Griffin: DHS S&T Directorate Unveils Web-Based Year in Review

DHS - ExecutiveMosaicThe Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has released its annual year in review in the form of an interactive web-based report to provide a guided tour of the agency’s developments in 2015.

S&T Deputy Undersecretary Robert Griffin made the announcement at the Internet of Things World Forum on the report that displays 37 projects that work to meet the directorate’s goals, DHS said Wednesday.

Griffin said that the web-based format of the report works to report the progression of the agency’s projects to a larger audience in comparison to print-based reports that includes Congress, DHS components, industry, responders and international partners.

The report also breaks down the agency’s framework to achieve its goals that include to be a responder of the future, build resilient communities and disaster-proofing societies within 20 years.

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