yes yes yes that is what I thought I read before. They guided themselves through the perfection process rather than throwing cooked spaghetti at the wall till something sticks. Thanks b9molecule. glta except the shorties.
TSA Desktop and Portable ETD Solicitation Number: HSTS04-09-R-CT2075 Agency: Department of Homeland Security Office: Transportation Security Administration Location: Headquarters TSA The latest update April 19, 2012: excerpt: TSA will analyze the results to determine if the Offeror’s unit meets the ETD technical requirements. If the Offeror successfully completes all steps of the QPL process and meets all of TSA’s ETD requirements, the Offeror’s tested and qualified technology will be added to the ETD QPL, and the Offeror will be notified by the TSA Contracting Officer that they are eligible to respond to the ETD Request for Proposal. Lat year, Implant began working with TSA on optimizing the technology: Implant Sciences Corp. Signs Cooperative Research & Development Agreement With Transportation Security Laboratory Wednesday, 2 Nov 2011 07:01am EDT Implant Sciences Corp. announced that its Quantum Sniffer QS-B220 benchtop explosives trace detector has been approved to partner with the developmental test and evaluation group of the Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL) in order to optimize the QS-B220 detection technology. TSL is a Department of Homeland Security Federal Laboratory within the DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), located at the William J. Hughes Technical Center, Atlantic City International Airport, New Jersey. Implant Sciences has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with DHS S&T TSL to officially begin its technology optimization.