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ip de r sh ip a ti on n rs h ov ov In de In n Lea Lea DoD SBIR/STTR Overview Spring SBIR/STTR Summit May 24, 2016 | Atlanta, GA David Sikora, Acting Program Administrator 1 a ti on Session 1 10:30 11:30 David Sikora, Office of Small Business Programs (Moderator) John Smith, Army Bob Smith, Navy David Shahady, Air Force Susan Nichols, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

Session 2 11:40 12:40 Ted Bujewski, Office of Small Business Programs (Moderator) Sloan Armstrong, Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Larry Pollack, Chemical and Biological Defense (CBD) Mark Flohr, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Natalie Seiling, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Tom Piazza, Special Operations Command (SOCOM) 2 sh ip n de r In DoD at 30K Feet Panelists Lea ov a ti on sh ip n de r ov a ti on In About SBIR/STTR Programs

Lea Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) 3 Congressionally-mandated programs. SBIR started in 1982; STTR started in 1992 Funded as a set-aside assessment of extramural R&D budget; SBIR for Agencies with >$100M RDT&E budget; STTR for Agencies with > $1B RDT&E budget Encourage participation by minorities and disadvantaged persons in technological innovation SBA programmatic authority over federal SBIR & STTR programs (Program Policy Directives) For Official Use Only sh ip ov a ti on In Purpose of SBIR/STTR de r n Lea

Eligibility Requirements Stimulate technological innovation Use small business to meet Federal R&D needs 4 Encourage participation by socio and economically disadvantaged persons in technological innovation Funds cooperative R&D between small businesses and research institutions SBIR Organized for-profit U.S. business, located in the U.S. At least 51% U.S.- owned by individuals and independently operated 500 or fewer employees PIs primary employment with small business during project STTR Formal Cooperative R&D Effort

Minimum 40% by small business, 30% by U.S. research institution Small business is Prime, PI can be from SBC or research Institution U.S. Research Institution Intellectual Property Agreement sh ip n de r In Lea 3 Phased Program The SBIR/STTR Programs are structured in three phases. Phase I determines the scientific, technical and commercial merit and feasibility of the ideas submitted. Phase II is the major research and development effort, funding the prototyping and demonstration of the most promising Phase I projects. Phase III is the ultimate goal of each SBIR/STTR effort and statute requires that Phase III work be funded by sources outside the SBIR/STTR Program. Phase I: Feasibility Study 5 Phase II: Full Research, R&D to Prototype Phase III: Commercialization ov a ti

on Focused on the warfighter ip ov a ti on Issues contracts not grants Largest SBIR program in the Federal Government Retain data rights for 5 years DoD is both an investor and a customer Does not allow majorityowned by multiple VCOCs, equity, or hedge funds to participate Sole-sourcing allowed for follow-on awards 6 sh In Whats Unique About DoD de r n Lea For Official Use Only Contracting Agencies Granting Agencies Agency establishes plans, protocols,

requirements Investigator initiates approach Less-specified topics Assistance mechanism Procurement mechanism More flexibility More fiscal requirements Allows upfront payment Invoiced on Progress NSF, DoE, USDA Highly focused topics DoD, DHS, NASA, EPA, DOT Contracting and Granting Agencies: HHS/NIH, DOC, ED 7 sh ip In Contracts versus Grants de r n

Lea ov a ti on Starting with: 8 sh ip In Path To Success de r n Lea 600+ 6 10,000 topics solicitations Phase I proposals ov a ti on Resulting in: 9 sh ip

In Path To Success de r n Lea 1,500 950 $31B Phase I awards Phase II awards in commercialized products & services ov a ti on 10 sh ip ov a ti on In Participating DoD Components de r n

Lea Army Navy Air Force Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Defense Health Program (DHP) Chemical and Biological Defense (CBD) Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA) Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) 33% 36% of applicants are new to the program of firms have <9 employees 15%

of the awards are first time winners 11 sh ip In Participating Firms de r n Lea 73% 73% of firms have <50 employees ov a ti on Employees of Participating Firms % Phase I Awards 16 200-500; 6.00% 6 Hub-Zone Veteran Minority Women 100-249; 11.00%

5 1-9 ; 36.00% 50-99; 10.00% 25-49; 15.00% 2 10-24; 22.00% For statistical purposes only, small business self-certify ownership on the proposal coversheet. No preference is given. 12 sh ip In Participating Firms de r n Lea Top 10 States = 72% of Awards 1. CA 2. MA 3. VA 4. NY 5. OH 6. MD 7. TX 8. CO 9. PA 10. FL ov a ti on A SBIR/STTR Phase I or Phase II proposal

to any DoD Component must be submitted through the DoD Submission system https://sbir.defensebusiness.org Finding Topics https://sbir.defensebusiness.org/topics Topics Q&A (SITIS) https://sbir.defensebusiness.org/sitis 13 sh ip n de r In Proposal Submission Lea ov a ti on A DoD Agency-wide announcement includes: DoD Instructions Service/Component Unique Instructions Topics Not all Components participate in each solicitation. Multiple solicitations provide

opportunities to participate throughout the fiscal year. 14 sh ip In Solicitation Schedule de r n Lea SBIR 16.3 STTR 16.C SBIR 16.1 STTR 16.A SBIR 16.2 STTR 16.B Pre-Release 12/11/15 Pre-Release 4/22/16 Pre-Release 8/26/16 Open 1/11/16 Open 5/23/16 Open 9/26/16 Close 2/17/16

Close 6/22/16 Close 10/26/16 ov a ti on sh ip n de r In Lea Get in Touch For additional information please visit: https://sbir.defensebusiness.org To subscribe to our ListServ, email: [email protected] Questions? Contact us! 15 Connect with us! 1-800-348-0787 facebook.com/dodsbir [email protected] @dodsbir ov a ti on

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