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Advancing technology solutions for a more secure nation

Companies large and small are diligently advancing existing technologies and inventing new ones to enhance our nation’s defenses.  If your company is taking part in this important initiative, Catalyst Partners can help you identify the appropriate Homeland space for your security solutions. We will work with you to develop a strategy to bring your innovative technologies into the public arena as you determine which federal, state or local government groups to approach.  And, given that the majority of critical infrastructure in the U.S. is privately owned, let us help you evaluate and penetrate the private sector as well.

Our Principals are scientists, former DHS officials, experienced on Capitol Hill, and well-positioned inside the public and private Homeland Security marketplaces. With our existing CLIENT BASE, our larger network of colleagues and business partners, and our other core competencies, such as the DHS SAFETY ACT PRACTICE, we are in a strong position to help you create and execute a winning strategy that advances your technology in targeted spaces.

Our firm-wide Technology Assessment Practice is headed by Dr. David A. McWhorter.  Dr. McWhorter holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Virginia, and his experience includes work with DOD’s Independent Operational Testing and Evaluation arm and with DHS’ Science and Technology Directorate.

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Vance Taylor - July 14, 2014

Last week, the House passed a bill reauthorizing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. While the bill keeps the program going for 3 years at a time, the legislation institutes a program largely unchanged from its current form…which is a good thing.

David Olive - June 20, 2014

While ISIS is capturing national concern, Iraq is not the only place where terrorist activities are happening this month. Earlier in June, Tarheek-e Taliban attacked the Karachi, Pakistan airport. What is striking is the terrorists were found with a gunshot wound U.S. military technology called XStat, which had only just been approved by the FDA. How did terrorists get this new technology?

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