STTRShort Term Training Request (US Coast Guard)
STTRSmall Technology Transfer Innovation Research
STTRSpace Test & Training Range (US Air Force Space Command)
STTRSmall Business Technology Transfer Program
STTRSBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) and Technology Transfer Research
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This PA uses the SBIR and STTR mechanisms, which are set-aside programs.
Interested technology businesses are strongly encouraged to first view the Innovate Washington SBIR / STTR introductory web presentation in order to gain a clear understanding of the program and eligibility requirements.
The STTR Program uses a highly competitive, three-phase award system that provides collaborative opportunities between qualified small businesses, including women-owned and disadvantaged firms, and research institutions to address specific technology gaps in NASA's programs.
Concerning the class and the benefits it provides, Jerry Miles said, “The SBIR and STTR programs are a central way for innovative
This RFA uses the SBIR and STTR mechanisms, which are set-aside programs.
Only companies that previously had received DOE SBIR or STTR funding were eligible to apply for the grants.
Eleven federal agencies--including the Department of Defense and National Science Foundation--participate in the SBIR, STTR and related programs, which provide millions of dollars in grants--with awards reaching upwards of $750,000 to individual businesses meeting specific criteria.
The SBIR/STTR Omnibus Solicitation indicates the statutory guidelines on levels of funding support and periods of project duration for SBIR and STTR phase I and phase II awards.
The NIEHS SBIR and STTR programs are part of the larger NIH programs, At the NIEHS, the SBIR and STTR programs are integrated into the institute's overall research agenda with the goal of developing and commercializing technologies and products in the area of environmental health sciences that will reduce the burden of human illness and dysfunction from environmental causes.
The conference will help attendees understand key facets of the federal SBIR and STTR grant programs, and how they can be used to support discovery and innovation in small businesses.
Companies supported by the SBIR and STTR programs often generate some of the most important breakthroughs each year in the U.
This PAR must be read in conjunction with the current Omnibus Solicitation of the NIH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Food and Drug Administration for SBIR and STTR grant applications.