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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
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The '''U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directive''' '''[http://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology-directorate Science and Technology Directorate]''' ('''S&T''') was established by the [[Homeland Security Act of 2002]]. The mission of S&T is to strengthen America's [[security]] and [[resiliency]] by providing knowledge products and [[innovative]] technology solutions for the [[Homeland Security Enterprise]] ([[HSE]]).
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The [[Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directive]] '''[http://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology-directorate Science and Technology Directorate]''' ('''S&T''') was established by the [[Homeland Security Act of 2002]]. The mission of S&T is to strengthen America's [[security]] and [[resiliency]] by providing knowledge products and [[innovative]] technology solutions for the [[Homeland Security Enterprise]] ([[HSE]]).
   
 
S&T advises the [[DHS]] Secretary on [[research and development]] issues; [[implement]]s a national plan to [[identify]] and develop [[countermeasure]]s to chemical, biological, and other emerging [[terrorist]] threats; and conducts basic and applied research, development, demonstration, [[testing]], and evaluation activities that are relevant to any or all elements of [[DHS]], through both intramural and extramural programs.
 
S&T advises the [[DHS]] Secretary on [[research and development]] issues; [[implement]]s a national plan to [[identify]] and develop [[countermeasure]]s to chemical, biological, and other emerging [[terrorist]] threats; and conducts basic and applied research, development, demonstration, [[testing]], and evaluation activities that are relevant to any or all elements of [[DHS]], through both intramural and extramural programs.

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