Interagency Partnership Awards

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2016 Interagency Partnership Award Mid-Atlantic

On August 21, 2013, more than 1400 Syrian civilians were killed when their president, Bashar al-Assad, carried out a chemical attack using the nerve agent sarin. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the horrific attack “the most significant confirmed use of chemical weapons...
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2016 Interagency Partnership Award Southeast

The NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite provides daily, global soil moisture measurements from space. SMAP data will be used by dozens of federal agencies to assess and monitor hydrologic phenomena. A pioneering technology transfer program was designed by USDA and NASA scientists to...
Interagency Partnership for Xenon International
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Interagency Partnership for Xenon International

Brought together by a shared mission to eliminate the testing of nuclear weapons worldwide, several federal agencies, government contractors, and private industry established a unique partnership to develop and commercialize a radioxenon monitoring system to detect nuclear weapons testing. The...