NUSTL seeks information for program to aid emergency responders

The Department of Homeland Security seeks information to improve resources for emergency responders.

The National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) issued a call on Monday for information on available CBRN self-contained breathing apparatuses for a new program for emergency responders.

A sub-entity of the Department of Homeland Security, NUSTL is a System Assessment and Validation for Emergency Responders (SAVER) technical agent. The information requested would be intended for officials of public safety and should thus be tailored to this audience.

The SAVER program is reviewing the information and studying its effectiveness with an end goal of helping emergency responders gain more information about important products available to them. Information will be treated as public.

NUSTL requested that information submitted company information such as name and address, point of contact and web address. In addition, the product name and description should be readily apparent as well as information pertaining to cost.

Once the information has been received, it will be evaluated by NUSTL for inclusion in the SAVER program.

NUSTL's information request is not a request for proposal; it was released for planning purposes. Submission of materials constitutes an agreement for publication within the SAVER program documents.

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