This year SMSgt. Jacob Coenen, Inspector General Senior Enlisted Leader for the 115th Fighter Wing, participated in the SBIR Ready program.
Explosion! There has been an explosion of opportunity with the DoD Innovation Ecosystem.
Thanks to our Federal and State Technology (FAST) funding, we will close an exciting year working through Air Force Innovation and opportunities in the SBIR/STTR programs.
CTC interviewed Michael Adam of Adam Aerospace, on his experience with DoD (Air Force) and his road to supporting his R&D with non-dilutive SBIR funding.
An innovative solution is more than technology. It highlights a distinct benefit to the user. As you consider the April 2022 Dept. of Defense SBIR/STTR release, do some homework to learn about the users need with a focus on mission specific applications.
Over the past quarter, the CTC has been privileged to work with the WI Air National Guard (WIANG) via our SBA Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership agreement.
Okay, yea, it doesn’t have the same ring as Ghostbusters, but is still important.
The Department of Defense has pre-released SBIR 2022.
As the speed of technology increases, the Air Force sees existing small businesses as critical innovation partners who can provide new or existing approaches that can be adapted or integrated into the market.
HI—it’s me again! That’s right, your friendly SBIR Ready pusher. Four crazy videos, and a few dozen blog posts on DoD funding, I have tried to explain why you should join us for the upcoming March 2021 SBIR Ready DoD program. Is it too much to put in the plug now to complete our NOW SHORTER letter of intent so we can help get started?