Phase I Announcement
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2019 SBIR & STTR Phase I Selection Announcement

NASA Awards $45.4 Million to U.S. Small Businesses for Innovative Technologies

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All SBIR/STTR Phase I awardees are eligible to submit a proposal for the NASA Innovation Corps Program (I-Corps). The purpose of I-Corps is to educate small business teams on how to translate technologies from the laboratory to the market place. The proposal submission opening date is June 18, 2019 and the deadline is June 25, 2019.

Submit your I-Corps proposal in the Submission EHB Learn more about I-Corps

On November 5, 2018, NASA provided notice of an opportunity to participate in the Civilian Commercialization Readiness Pilot Program (CCRPP), which is intended to accelerate the transition of SBIR and STTR funded technologies to commercialization. Eleven applications have been selected for negotiation and award for a total of $8.8M in funding. The awardees were notified on May 10, 2019. View Awardee List



NASA Spinoff is an annual publication that highlights commercial products and services derived from NASA technology. Since 1976, Spinoff has featured more than 2,000 such technologies.

Check out the latest issue of Spinoff to see 15 of our very own SBIR/STTR technologies now commercially available!


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Getting Started: Interactive Participation Guide

New to SBIR or STTR? In the process, but need additional information?

The interactive participation guide helps you navigate through all parts of the SBIR/STTR process

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sbir fy 2019 solicitation

FY 2019 SBIR/STTR Solicitation

Open from February 05, 2019 to March 29, 2019

Selections will be announced on June 18, 2019

Proposal Submission EHB

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