Voices from beyond the grave
al-Awlaki calls (posthumously) for chemical and biological strikes against the West
Commander announced for JTFCS
-- Major General Jeff W. Mathis III
CDP Superintendent to retire, June 2
Remploy: Business as usual
Business as usual for Remploy's Frontline Textile CBRN manufacturers
No Sh*t Sherlock!
Andrew Johnston is pleased to see that the level of political understanding of CBRN incidents remains worryingly low…
Daily Procurement Watch
French explosive detection requirement and DHS Biowatch opportunity.
Two USA procurement updates
1. Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Sensor Processing Group (NBCSPG)Awarding Authority: Department of the Army, ACC-APG SCRT - Edgewood2. Common Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) Sensor Interface (CCSI) Compliant Radiation Detector (CCRD) Technical and Engineering Support...
Bioterror fears suspend H5N1 research
Looking at the potential duality of H5N1 research use.
CBRNe World's latest round up of procurement opportunities. 4 main opportunities.
Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Sensor Processing Group presolicitation
The Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood Division (CCAP - SCE) located at APG, Maryland 21010-5401 on behalf of the Joint Program Manager, Nuclear, Biological...
UK MOD release £1 Million contract notice for radiation monitors
A transportable reactor emergency monitoring system (TREMS) is required that should be configurable for use on both deployed berths and permanently installed operation on UK dockside facilities.
Nabco get into Abu Dhabi
Nabco announced that the General Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police had purchased three of their TCVs and other assorted equipment to 'help counter and respond to chemical, biological and explosive threats.’ The 64-GT SCS TCVs ordered allow maximum stand off distances for the public when dealing...
Hold me. I’m feeling PROTECTed
Smiths Detection announced that they had been awarded a five year contract from the Washington Area Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMATA) for a continuation of detection systems and an upgrade of their libraries and radiological detection. The system forms part of PROTECT, Program for Response...
The UK’s Royal Society published a new report – Making the UK Safer: detecting and decontaminating chemical and biological agents – with recommendations to protect the UK against CBRN threats. Copies of the review are available here:...
The Netherlands was expected to press that the International Criminal Court expanded its definition of war crimes to include the use of CB weapons. The Netherlands was backing a Belgian measure to include chemical and biological weapons in War Crimes, as opposed to a Mexican proposal that...
The US Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee approved a bill intended to improve security at the nations biological research facilities. The panel voted 8-1 in favour of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Prevention and Preparedness Act of 2009, it is not apparent when the...
Oh god, he didn’t say foolproof did he?
Delhi Police Commissioner Y.S. Dadwal was breezily confident when discussing the preparations for the international 'Commonwealth Games’ in 2010: “'Delhi has successfully organized various international meets. […] Not only [for the] Games but we are looking at the security of the city...
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have developed what they think it a high speed test to deal with biological contamination detection. Adrian Ponce within JPL has used a method using dipicolonic acid as a trigger for a luminescing effect on terbium - terbium is the chemical that generates the...