DHS wants imaging systems

The Homeland Security Department has issued a request for information for imaging systems for large-scale, nonintrusive inspection equipment at U.S. border crossings and seaports. The systems will be used to detect weapons of mass destruction, explosives, conventional weapons, drugs and other contraband concealed in steel-walled tankers, tractor trailers and other vehicles.

Responses are due by July 22. Contact Terence Lew at terence.lew@dhs.gov.


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