Homeland Defense & Security Technical Area Tasks (HDTAT)
Homeland Defense & Security Technical Area Tasks (HDTAT) is a multiple award IDIQ contract that supports all Homeland Defense and Security-related RDT&E and R&D related A&AS services. This includes all aspects of identified or potential military, national security-related, and dual use applications of information technologies, as well as the development of tools and techniques that enhance the mission of the DoD Research and Engineering community.
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Homeland Security & Defense: Counterterrorism, Environmental Security, Aviation Security, Law Enforcement, Fraud Protection, Building and Facilities Security, Border Security, Disaster/Emergency Response and Recovery, and Cyber Security/Information Management.
Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP): National Infrastructure, Physical and Virtual Systems, Cyber Infrastructure and Continuity of Operations (COOP).
Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD): Defined as weapons that can kill a large number of people or cause damage to man-made structures, national structures or the biosphere.
CBRN Defense: Defense against weaponized chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear agents. CBRN refers to deliberate use of these agents to cause significant harm.
Biometrics: Automated methodology to uniquely identify humans using their physiological or behavioral attributes.
Medical: Any facet of medical research relating to homeland security and defense or military operations.
Cultural Studies: Cultural and sociological analysis – research into the ideology, political and economic nature of a culture in order to better understand its people and government for national security purposes.
Alternative Energy: Novel, non-traditional and emerging sources and technologies for harvesting, generating, storing, transmitting/transporting and reusing energy.
|Contract Information |
Contract Number: FA8075-14-D-0003
Program Ceiling: $900M
Available Order Type: CPFF, FFP
Users: Government, industry, academia, and approved domestic agencies
Competitive Procurement: 10 large and 2 small business primes