© 2004 SheepShank LLC    What is the SBIR / STTR Program ?                EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA SECTION                  ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC               Small Business Innovation                Development Act of 1982       • 2.5% of Feder...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC              Tonight’ Presentation                     s         SBIR / STTR Program Overview       ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       US Scientists & Engineers       32.5% Industry & Large Businesses       13.0% Government      ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                                 SBIR         Small Business Innovation Research     Allows Small Bus...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC    Supporting Federal Agencies                       SBA oversees other Agencies    SBIR only       ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC   SBIR / STTR Principle Objectives:       Stimulate Technological Innovation by Small Business      ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                     New Product Lifecycle                             SBIR / STTR Funding       Tech...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       SBIR:          Small Business Innovation Research          Phase I: 6 to 9 months $75K to $100...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       STTR:           Small business Technology TRansfer          Must have partnership with non-pro...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC             SBIR / STTR Process Flow  Pre-Solicitation           Solicitations Final                ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                                 Navy SBIR Statistics                                 FY98     FY99  ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                                   NSF FY-2003 Phase I                                (2,272 submissi...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                          SBIR Participants         Businesses are Typically Small & Hi-Tech         ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                  What Do You Need?                            Small Company                         ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                        Small Company                                  Incorporate                   ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                                 The Idea                                  Innovation            “A n...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                  Risk vs. Reward                  Get Beyond Invention                        Think ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       Typical Proposal                 Project Summary                 Project Description          ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       Typical Budget Components          Direct Costs                 Internal Expenses (PIs, Equip....
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       SBIR / STTR Evaluation Criteria:           Significance & Originality           Methodologies ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                 Principal Investigator                                 RTP Benefits                 ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                 Think Partnerships                Value to Research Institutions                    ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                                 Zyn Systems                         www.zyn.com/sbir/              •...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                    Email Notification             http://www.pnl.gov/edo/sbir.stmENGINEERING MANAGEM...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                         www.sba.gov/sbir/                            www.sbtdc.org/                 ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC       Two Key SBIR / STTR Statistics         10% of Phase I Proposals are Awarded         40% of Pha...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC                                                                     ROI       Risk                  ...
© 2004 SheepShank LLC           www.SheepShankLLC.com   info@SheepShankLLC.comENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY              ...
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Overview of SBIR STTR Program
Presented February 10, 2004
IEEE Engineering Management Society, Eastern NC Section

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What is the SBIR / STTR Program

  1. 1. © 2004 SheepShank LLC What is the SBIR / STTR Program ? EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA SECTION ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY TUESDAY 10 FEBRUARY 2004 Presented By www.SheepShankLLC.com info@SheepShankLLC.comENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  2. 2. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Small Business Innovation Development Act of 1982 • 2.5% of Federal R&D Budgets • 10 Government Agencies • Fund Small Business Opportunities “Our Nation is blessed with two important qualities that are often missing in other societies: our spirit of entrepreneurship and our capacity for invention and innovation.” Ronald Reagan February 22nd, 1982ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  3. 3. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Tonight’ Presentation s SBIR / STTR Program Overview How To Get StartedENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  4. 4. © 2004 SheepShank LLC US Scientists & Engineers 32.5% Industry & Large Businesses 13.0% Government 18.5% Education & Non-Profit Research 36.0% Small Business Data from NSF Science Indicators Dr. Sara B. Nerlove NSF SBIR / STTR Program Manager Presentation at Louisiana Technology University 12 November 2003ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  5. 5. © 2004 SheepShank LLC SBIR Small Business Innovation Research Allows Small Businesses to Participate in Federal R&D with Potential for Commercialization STTR Small Business Technology Transfer Facilitates Cooperative R&D between Small Business & US Research Institutions with Potential for CommercializationENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  6. 6. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Supporting Federal Agencies SBA oversees other Agencies SBIR only Department of Agriculture (USDA) SBIR only Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) SBIR only Department of Education (ED) SBIR only Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SBIR only Department of Transportation (DOT) SBIR only *** Department of Homeland Security Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) SBIR & STTR National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) SBIR & STTR Department of Energy (DOE) SBIR & STTR National Science Foundation (NSF) SBIR & STTR Department of Health and Human Services (NIH) SBIR & STTR Department of Defense (DOD) Army Navy Air Force DARPA Defense Threat Reduction Agency Missile Defense Agency (MDA) U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA)ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  7. 7. © 2004 SheepShank LLC SBIR / STTR Principle Objectives: Stimulate Technological Innovation by Small Business Increase Small Business in Federal R&D Needs Increase Commercialization of Federal R&D Increase Visibility of SBIR / STTRs to Small BusinessENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  8. 8. © 2004 SheepShank LLC New Product Lifecycle SBIR / STTR Funding Technical Feasibility Prototyping Phase Phase I II (Time) Fuzzy New Product Revenue Front-End Development Generation Idea Program Product Manufacturing Commitment Availability DiscontinueENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  9. 9. © 2004 SheepShank LLC SBIR: Small Business Innovation Research Phase I: 6 to 9 months $75K to $100K Phase II: Up to 2 years $500 to $750K Phase I: 0 to 33% (sub-contracted) Phase II: 0 to 50% (sub-contracted)ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  10. 10. © 2004 SheepShank LLC STTR: Small business Technology TRansfer Must have partnership with non-profit research Phase I: 6 months and up to $100K Phase II: Up to 2 years and $750K Research Institution must perform 30% - 60%ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  11. 11. © 2004 SheepShank LLC SBIR / STTR Process Flow Pre-Solicitation Solicitations Final Proposals Accepted Proposals Reviewed Grants AwardedENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  12. 12. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Navy SBIR Statistics FY98 FY99 FY00 FY01* Funding ($M) 108 110 125 120 Number of Topics 172 172 126 120 Phase I proposals 1774 2167 1311 1300 Phase I awards 236 358 300* 360 Phase II awards 117 98 130* 125 * Estimated http://www.navysbir.com/Navy.pptENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  13. 13. © 2004 SheepShank LLC NSF FY-2003 Phase I (2,272 submissions and 476 awards) WA NH 32/5 MT ND VT 8/2 22/3 ME 20/7 13/5 OR 8/3 MN 21/5 ID 56/11 MA 243/59 SD WI NY 12/1 MI 94/25 WY 8/3 21/10 RI 2/0 5/4 52/6 CT 273 NE IA PA 71/19 NV 15/4 5/3 IL IN OH NJ 112/21 CA 0/0 UT CO 48/9 18/6 69/11 WV VA DE 15/4 381/75 17/3 112/28 11/4 DC 2/1 KS MO 137/14 MD 71/13 12/4 19/7 KY 6/2 NC 28/8 AZ OK AR TN 27/5 NM 10/2 SC 69/10 25/7 39/9 AL GA 11/6 MS 22/3 37/11 TX LA 3/0 AK 126/21 4/1 2/2 FL 47/9 PR 1/1 HI 6/1 Dr. Sara B. Nerlove NSF SBIR/STTR Program ManagerENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY Presenation at Louisiana Technology University 12 November 2003 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  14. 14. © 2004 SheepShank LLC SBIR Participants Businesses are Typically Small & Hi-Tech About 1/3 are First-Time Phase I Awardees Firm Size Distribution* www.web-services.gov/SBIRJune2003.ppt From Slide Show Overview for Congressman Lamar Smith (TX)ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY *FY01 Phase I DOD Award Winners 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  15. 15. © 2004 SheepShank LLC What Do You Need? Small Company Idea !!! Proposal Principal InvestigatorENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  16. 16. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Small Company Incorporate Federal Tax ID DUNS General Contractor RegistrationENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  17. 17. © 2004 SheepShank LLC The Idea Innovation “A novel combination of art, science, or craft employed to create the goods or services used by society.” Innovation Explosion - James Brian Quinn “Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth.” - Peter F. DruckerENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  18. 18. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Risk vs. Reward Get Beyond Invention Think Innovation Think ResearchENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  19. 19. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Typical Proposal Project Summary Project Description Principal Investigator Biographies BudgetENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  20. 20. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Typical Budget Components Direct Costs Internal Expenses (PIs, Equip., etc.) Contract Expenses Indirect Costs Company Overhead ProfitENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  21. 21. © 2004 SheepShank LLC SBIR / STTR Evaluation Criteria: Significance & Originality Methodologies Qualification of the PI(s) Facilities for Research Budget AccuracyENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  22. 22. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Principal Investigator RTP Benefits Universities Non-Profit Agencies Technology Synergy Venture ActivityENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  23. 23. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Think Partnerships Value to Research Institutions Alternate Funding Source Faster Technology Commercialization Another Linkage to IndustryENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  24. 24. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Zyn Systems www.zyn.com/sbir/ • SBIR News • Links to Agency Gateways • Other SBIR Resource Links • SBIR Specific Search EnginesENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  25. 25. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Email Notification http://www.pnl.gov/edo/sbir.stmENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  26. 26. © 2004 SheepShank LLC www.sba.gov/sbir/ www.sbtdc.org/ Local SBIR Program Specialist John Ujvari sbir@sbtdc.orgENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  27. 27. © 2004 SheepShank LLC Two Key SBIR / STTR Statistics 10% of Phase I Proposals are Awarded 40% of Phase I Awards win a Phase II AwardENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  28. 28. © 2004 SheepShank LLC ROI Risk New Product Lifecycle SBIR / STTR Funding Return Investment Phase Phase I II (Time) Fuzzy New Product Revenue Front-End Development Generation Idea Program Product Manufacturing Commitment Availability DiscontinueENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
  29. 29. © 2004 SheepShank LLC www.SheepShankLLC.com info@SheepShankLLC.comENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 10 FEBRUARY 2004
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