Additional Sources of Assistance

  • U.S. Small Business Administration

    The SBA was created to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns. The SBA helps Americans start, build and grow businesses, delivering its services through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations.

  • SBIR.gov

    The SBA's official website for the SBIR and STTR programs containing a wealth of resources for applicants, awardees, investors, large businesses, and Federal agencies.

  • State Assistance Contacts

    Use this resource to locate sources of assistance in your State.

  • SBDC National Clearinghouse

    The SBDC National Information Clearinghouse serving the Small Business Development Center Network and America's small business community.

  • SBIR/STTR Awards Search

    Searchable database of SBIR and STTR Phase I and II awards across all participating agencies.

  • NASA Office of Small Business Programs

    NASA's Office of Small Business Programs is responsible for the development and management of NASA programs to assist small businesses.

  • NASA Technology Transfer Portal

    Contains data from all 10 NASA field centers and headquarters, enabling industry and the general public to find information about technology opportunities, licensing opportunities, and past success stories.

  • SBIR Gateway

    Comprehensive SBIR Information Site including solicitation dates and SBIR events.

  • BusinessUSA

    BusinessUSA is a centralized, one-stop platform to make it easier for businesses to access Federal government information and services to help them grow.

  • National Venture Capital Association (NVCA)

    As the voice of the U.S. venture capital community, NVCA serves as the definitive resource for venture capital data and provides a full range of professional services.

  • NASA Aeronautics Research Institute (NARI)

    NARI was established to pursue ARMD’s objective to make deliberate investments in innovative, early-stage, and potentially revolutionary aviation concepts and technologies. The Institute also finds opportunities to infuse these innovative concepts directly into industry and the SBIR Program for further development.