Presentation on theme: "1 Florida Gulf Coast University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) SBIR & STTR."— Presentation transcript:
1 Florida Gulf Coast University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) SBIR & STTR
2 Who are we?
3 What are the SBIR and STTR ? Research and Development (R&D) Programs to tap the talents of small businesses with regard to technology
4 Objectives Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) Phases Fast Track (SBIR/STTR) Who Qualifies Advantages Other Opportunities (R&D) Assistance
5 SBIR Three Phase program with 11 SBIR Federal Agencies Phase I Project Feasibility up to $100,000 for six month Phase II Project Development to Prototype up to $750,000 for two years Phase III Commercialization (Gov/Business) Private Sector Market
6 SBIR Agencies National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Dept of Energy (DOE) Dept of Health & Human Services (DHHS) National Institutes of Health (NIH)
7 SBIR Agencies Dept of Agriculture (DOA) Dept of Education (DOEd) Dept of Commerce(DOC) NOAA NIST
8 SBIR Agencies National Science Foundation (NSF) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
9 SBIR Agencies Dept of Transportation Dept of Homeland Security
10 SBIR Agencies Dept of Defense (DoD) with 10 components Army Navy Air Force Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Defense Advanced Research Projects (DARPA) Chemical Biological Defense (CBD) Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)
11 Who Qualifies for SBIR ? US Company for Profit Small Business less than 500 people Additional Requirements: Work must be performed in the US Small Business does 2/3 of the work for Phase I Small Business does ½ of the work for Phase II Principal Investigator (PI) ½ of the time employed by the company
12 STTR THREE Phase Program with 5 STTR Federal Agencies Phase I Project Feasibility Up to $100,000 for one-year Phase II Project Development to Prototype Up to $750,000 for two years (04) Phase III Commercial Application Private Sector Market *** Offerors must be a small business who teams with a: University or College Federally-Funded R&D Center (FFRD) Non-profit Research Institution
13 5 STTR Agencies Dept of Energy NASA Dept of Health and Human Services National Institute of Health (NIH) National Science Foundation (NSF)
14 STTR Agencies Continued Department of Defense (DOD) with 5 components: Army Navy Air Force Missile Defense Agency DARPA
15 Who Qualifies for STTR ? US Company for Profit Small Business less than 500 people Additional Requirements: ***Teaming with a Research Institution Work performed in the US Small Business does 40% of the work Research Institution does 30% of the work Small Business Controls the Funding Principal Investigator (PI) is employed at the Small Business or Research Inst.
16 FAST TRACK SBIR/STTR Successfully Completed Phase I Submit a FAST TRACK Application Project is Evaluated for Phase II under an Expedited Process DOD Matching funds of $1-$4 for each $1 of Investor funds
17 Advantages of SBIR/STTR Stimulate Technological Innovation Increase Private Sector Commercialization of R&D Increase Small Business Participation with FFRDCs Foster Minority and Disadvantaged Firms in Technological Innovation
18 2.5% 97.5% Other sources for R & D funding SBIR
19 Other R&D Opportunities 125 Agencies (Military and Civilian) All requirements over $25,000 Federal Grant Opportunities (non-profits)
20 What do I do now ?
21 GET REGISTERED (Now includes Pro-Net) (Additional requirements for military agencies) Federal Tax Identification Number Dun and Bradstreet Number or North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) ***Register your company with the city, county and state governments. Acquire applicable licenses and permits.
22 Solicitations Check Agency SBIR/STTR web sites for open seasons Check for other R&D opportunities
23 Assistance Designated SBIR / STTR Federal Agency Web Sites and SBDC/PTAC Locations at and