DoD has officially extended the Close date for the SBIR 20.1 and STTR 20.A to 8 p.m. ET February 26.
The decision to delay the Close date for this BAA will allow DoD to address the transition
to the new Defense SBIR/STTR Innovation Portal, DSIP.
Visit https://navysbir.com/topics20_1.htm for more information.
This BAA is inclusive of 50 phase I topics from Naval Sea Systems Command
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Complete BAA instructions and forms are now available on the DoD SBIR/STTR web site
BAA Announcement description and calendar
Links and Forms
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program strengthens opportunities for innovative small businesses using federally funded research. The program stimulates technological innovation, uses small businesses to meet federal research needs, and enables participation by socially and economically disadvantaged businesses. Additionally, the program facilitates the transition of the resulting research in to the commercial sector, a strategy that increases competition, productivity and economic growth.
The Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program is a sister program to SBIR that requires the small business to partner with a University, a Federally Funded Research and Development Center, or a qualified non-profit research institution. The STTR standards require the small business to serve as the prime contractor and perform at least 40 percent of the work, with the research partner performing at least 30 percent of the work. The remaining work may be done either the small business, the research partner, or by a third party.
Visit www.navysbir.com for more information on eligibility requirements.
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