Guidance and Support for Government Contractors

By: Jordan M. Lebowitz | January 13, 2016

Guide to the Small Business Innovative Research Program (SBIR
This 45 minute webinar will provide both novice and more experienced R&D companies with helpful insights, information, tips and tricks to be successful in the SBIR Program. The SBIR Program can be one of the best ways to obtain non-dilutive investment into your innovative technology company. However, it doesn't come without potential pitfalls or without competition. This webinar will provide an overview on the SBIR Program as it stands today, what to expect if you're an SBIR participant, best practices for succeeding with SBIR contracts, and instructions on how best to successfully propose, then manage your contract. This valuable webinar is a great refresher as well as prov...

By: Jordan M. Lebowitz | December 01, 2015

The following information provides a basic overview of which government agencies have upcoming SBIR funding opportunities, when those opportunities will be released and when proposals are due:

Agency:
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Release Date:
November 12, 2015
Open Date:
November 12, 2015
Application Due Date:
February 01, 2016
Close Date:
February 01, 2016 (closing in 62 days)
Link to Solicitation



Agency: 

Environmental Protection Agency 

Release Date: 

November 18, 2015 

Open Date:November 18, 2015 

Application Due Date: 

January 07, 2016 

Solicitation Number: 

SOL-NC-16-00001 

Close Date: 

January 07, 2016 (closing in 37 days)


Link to Solicitation



Agency: 

Department of Agriculture

Release Date: 

November 10, 2015 

Open Date: 

November 10, 2015 

App...

By: Jordan M. Lebowitz | November 30, 2015

The following information was taken from: http://www.afsbirsttr.com/TopicPreRelease/default.aspx


This topic listing is intended to provide Small Businesses with an advanced copy of the Air Force SBIR requirements. It is anticipated that the additional insight will assist your company in preparing more competitive technical proposal(s).


We encourage all Small Businesses to take this opportunity to discuss the technical aspects of these requirements with the Air Force technical point of contact (POC) for the sponsoring organization.


All companies are cautioned to check the Department of Defense SBIR solicitation 16.1 when opened, as topics may have been added, deleted or modified after publication on this page.


NOTE: NO DISCUSSIONS MAY BE HELD WI...

By: Jordan M. Lebowitz | October 07, 2015

ARROWHEAD’S EXECUTIVE SBIR COMMERCIALIZATION TEAM IS READY

Receiving a contract from the SBIR/STTR program and developing technology from that contract is the first step to realizing your company’s success. Once your product or innovation is mastered and ready for market, the entirely new challenge of developing business for your product takes precedent. Many SBIR funded businesses are initially – and understandably – organized to develop technology and innovation, not drive sales or create demand in a niche market. This is when SBIR/STTR awardees often fail and the hours of R&D are wasted because, well, engineers and scientist are not trained or experienced in federal contracting or business marketing, sales and development.


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