Organize efforts within the Department of Homeland Security to develop plans and policies to counteract terrorist attacks involving UAS;
Promote research and distribution of UAS threat countermeasures;
Serve as the Department’s point of contact for all inquiries regarding countering UAS attacks; and
Carry out miscellaneous activities related to UAS, as needed by the Department.
Beyond these duties, the Department’s Coordinator for UAS would also be responsible for collaborating with various applicable offices throughout the government to investigate how the Department’s efforts to counter UAS are done so lawfully. The Coordinator will also work with the Department’s Office of Partnership and Engagement and other relevant offices to share critical counter UAS measures with private sector UAS operators and mitigate any impacts to lawfully operated UAS.
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