Anh Duong Program Executive Officer Unmanned Aerial Systems Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Directorate
Anh, a Senior Executive, leads the DHS Science &Technology’s (S&T) Program Executive Office for Unmanned Aerial Systems (PEO UAS), directing all S&T UAS and Counter-UAS efforts. At the interagency level, she co-chairs the Working Group on CUAS Technology with the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, under the auspices of the National Security Council.
Prior to her current role, Anh led S&T’s Borders and Maritime Security Division with a focus on understanding the technical dimension of border, maritime, and cargo security in order to transform science and technology into operating capabilities. Before coming to DHS, Anh spent 25 years working for the Department of the Navy. She served as Science Advisor to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information, Plans and Strategy, and the Director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, focusing on anti-terrorism and force protection. Prior to that, she was Director for Science and Technology at the Naval Surface Warfare Center – Indian Head Division, where she was best known for her expertise in high explosives and undersea weapons.