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Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear

D&G has been successfully supporting DHS, DoD , and DOE programs since 2008.  Our expertise includes requirements development, threat assessments, modeling and simulation, systems development, systems integration, test & evaluation and fielding of systems and capabilities.

Law Enforcement/ First Responder Training

D&G senior personnel are the primary authors of the DHS Global Nuclear Detection Architecture (GNDA), GNDA Strategic Plan, and GNDA Implementation Plan.  Our team members have performed over two dozen red team net assessments of DHS, DoD, State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies’ abilities to respond to rad/nuc contingent operations and incident response scenarios.  D&G personnel also lead the DNDO Homeland Security Exercise & Evaluation Program (HSEEP) and in 2014-201, provided Law Enforcement /First Responder Training and Operational Support to 80 separate exercises and WMD related events throughout the United States.

Small Vessel Standoff Detection (SVSD)

D&G personnel were recently recognized as the DNDO Program Team of the Year for their outstanding support of the Small Vessel Standoff Detection (SVSD) Program, a joint effort with the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO), United States Coast (USCG), and United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Air & Marine (A&M).  The success of this program required extensive knowledge of all CBRNE threats within each component’s operational environments, the skills to support extensive modelling of classified threats and threat materials against proposed solutions, and the ability to manage performance and operational testing of systems against surrogate WMD threats.  SVSD began fielding across the United States Borders in January 2015.