Dept. de Educación busca propuestas SBIR

12ª de diciembre de, 2017 por Rebecca Todd

Research-based companies in the field of education technology can explore new funding opportunities through the Department of Education’s Small Business Innovation Research Program Phase I Request for Proposals. La fecha límite de presentación de propuestas es Jan. 25, 2018.

Phase I projects should concnentrate on research and development that establishes the feasibility of the technological approach. Awards are for periods up to eight months in amounts up to $200,000.

Successful Phase I applicants can compete for Phase II awards to expand on their Phase I results and further pursue project development. Phase II awards are for project periods up to two years in amounts up to $900,000.

There are three priority areas listed in the FY 2018 SBIR request for proposals:

  • Educación Tecnología de Productos para uso de estudiantes o profesores (u otro personal de instrucción) en Configuración auténtica educación
  • Education Technology Products For Use by Infants, Los niños pequeños, o Los estudiantes con o en riesgo de discapacidad, o Profesores (u otro personal de instrucción, Proveedores de servicios relacionados, o miembros de la familia) en Intervención Temprana o Configuración de Educación Especial
  • Education Technology Products Used by School Administrators in Authentic Education Settings or in Early Intervention or Special Education Settings

The Dept. of Education anticipation announcing Phase I award by approximately April 25, 2018. All questions must be emailed to contract specialist Jessica Martin at Jessica.Martin@ed.gov.

Arkansas companies interested in assistance developing their SBIR proposal are encouraged to contact Rebecca Todd at rctodd@ualr.edu or 501.683.7700.

Dept of Education Request for Proposals