We, as well as everyone in the SBIR/STTR world, have been watching with keen interest the progress; or lack thereof, of the congressional reauthorization of the program.
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Much like the United States military branches, other areas of the Department of Defense are working to create programs and environments to promote innovation.
Since the 80’s the United States has been relying on the Air Force led Space Operations Command to assist in their various missions.
This year SMSgt. Jacob Coenen, Inspector General Senior Enlisted Leader for the 115th Fighter Wing, participated in the SBIR Ready program.
We often may think that the NIH SBIR activities are limited to grants.
In the past five years AFWERX has grown exponentially.
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.
As we work to promote Wisconsin companies in securing Department of Defense (DoD) SBIR/STTR contracts, we encourage our clients to become familiar with the review process.
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.