Comience a planear su DOE SBIR propuesta / STTR

16 de de mayo de, 2017 por Rebecca Todd

El Departamento de Energía (DOE) se espera que busque Business Innovation Research nueva Pequeñas y Tecnología de Pequeñas Empresas Las solicitudes de transferencia en agosto. Los nuevos candidatos potenciales pueden comenzar a tomar medidas ahora para planificar sus propuestas DOE SBIR / STTR. Below are some tips to get you started.

DOE SBIR/STTR Learning Site
Developed and offered by Dawnbreaker, la DOE SBIR/STTR Phase I Proposal Prep website offers small businesses and their project partners a comprehensive resource for learning about the agency’s programs, verifying their eligibility, and finding out how to prepare responsive Phase I proposals.

Recommended video tutorials for prospective applicants to view include the following:

Tutorial 7 – How Are DOE Phase I Proposals Evaluated?
Tutorial 8 – What Does a Winning Phase I Proposal Look Like?
Tutorial 18 – What are the Components of a DOE Phase I Application?

DOE Funding Opportunity Announcement Schedule
The DOE’s SBIR/STTR funding opportunity announcement (FOA) schedule for fiscal year 2018 puede ser encontrado here. De acuerdo con la FOA, la agencia anticipa la emisión de estreno 1 de sus temas de investigación Lunes, Julio 17, and then releasing the corresponding FOA on Monday, Agosto. 14.

Upcoming Webinar, “The Dept. of Energy SBIR/STTR Program: From Submission to Award”

Fecha: Jueves, Junio 1
Tiempo: 10-11:30 a.m. CST
Descripción: Led by Chris O’Gwin, DOE’s SBIR/STTR commercialization & outreach assistance program manager, this webinar will provide attendees with key information about the Department of Energy’s SBIR/STTR program. These insights will help them to write competitive, agency-specific proposal applications. The DOE’s commercialization programs will also be discussed in this webinar. Después de la presentación 1-hora, O'Gwin se acoplará a la audiencia en un Q de 30 min&Una sesión.
Register today (gratis)

asistencia ASBTDC
Arkansas entrepreneurs interested in SBIR/STTR proposal development assistance are encouraged to contact Rebecca Norman at rxnorman@ualr.edu or 501.683.7700. The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center offers advanced market research and technology commercialization servicios.