We are anticipating the next SBIR/STTR Department of Defense (DoD) topics pre-release due December 1.
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Join us October 28 to learn about Chamber resources, outreach and connection to Air Force innovation funding and programming.
While the Air Force did not include topics in the SBIR 21.3 release, now is the perfect time to network ahead of the next round opening in November/December 2021. AFWERX and their affiliated WERX programs are hosting several FREE & ONLINE programs to define opportunities and technology fit.
The Department of Defense issued their SBIR 21.3 Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) topics with a final due date of October 21, 2021. THIS IS THE TIME TO CONSIDER! After September 20, you will no longer be able to work with topic managers to determine fit.
July 16, 2021 is the upcoming deadline for the annual Ideadvance Stage 1 applications. For this year’s PowerPoint style application, the use of images can be a powerful tool to communicate elements of your proposed business model.
July 16, 2021 is the upcoming deadline for the annual Ideadvance Stage 1 and Stage 2 applications.
The Ideadvance Seed Fund is expected to return with a later, July 9 application due date. We have made changes, which we hope will encourage more applications from across the state. Today, I want to focus on one big shift- A PITCH DECK APPLICATION.
“Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.” As I stated in my recent video, there are many policies that might impact your ability to both submit, and worse, to receive SBIR funding.
When applying for your SBIR, your budget considerations include more than just your direct costs of research.
In the wake of the Microsoft security breach in March, I thought it was time for a reminder about the slow, but inevitable Department of Defense cybersecurity requirement rollout.