I occasionally get an email or phone call from a client about getting registered with System for Award Management (SAM), or perhaps renewing their SAM registration.
The Department of Defense 2020.3 call is open until October 22 with a critical blackout period beginning September 23.
It’s been three years in the making, and now the Air Force’s AFWERX program is pronouncing they are out of startup mode.
The USDA has a deadline coming up in October for submission of Phase I SBIR proposals.
For those of you interested in NSF applications, note that there have been some significant changes in the last year.
The Department of Defense has the largest SBIR budget.
Dr. Mooneyham is representing, Superior Medical Experts, a new Service Provider approved by CTC to support Wisconsin companies to submit competitive SBIRs.
Almost all of the big commercial successes from the National Science Foundation SBIR/STTR program have been companies that received Phase IIB awards, according to Ben Schrag, Senior Program Director of SBIR/STTR at NSF.
We often work with clients who are developing a technology best suited for a medical application.
In a Quick Chat earlier this month, the Senior Program Director for SBIR/STTR programs at the NSF – Ben Schrag – shared a few best practices for preparing commercialization plans.