“Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.” As I stated in my recent video, there are many policies that might impact your ability to both submit, and worse, to receive SBIR funding.
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When applying for your SBIR, your budget considerations include more than just your direct costs of research.
In the wake of the Microsoft security breach in March, I thought it was time for a reminder about the slow, but inevitable Department of Defense cybersecurity requirement rollout.
It is difficult to keep track of the new programs and support each agency has to further commercialization and networking for innovative solutions.
As the speed of technology increases, the Air Force sees existing small businesses as critical innovation partners who can provide new or existing approaches that can be adapted or integrated into the market.
HI—it’s me again! That’s right, your friendly SBIR Ready pusher. Four crazy videos, and a few dozen blog posts on DoD funding, I have tried to explain why you should join us for the upcoming March 2021 SBIR Ready DoD program. Is it too much to put in the plug now to complete our NOW SHORTER letter of intent so we can help get started?
Okay, yea, it doesn’t have the same ring as Ghostbusters, but is still important.
NASA released their SBIR/STTR solicitation on November 9 with a due date of January 8, 2021 at 5PM.
The AFWERX program is like a startup program within the Department of Defense SBIR/STTR framework.
Don’t leave your budget preparation till the last minute.