The #National Aeronautics and Space Administration Program (NASA) is funding scientific innovation nationwide. NASA SBIR/STTR funds the research, development, and commercialization of innovative projects that have the potential for commercialization and fulfill NASA needs.
NASA SBIR/STTR Eligibility
To be eligible for NASA SBIR/STTR you must be a qualified Small Business Concern that is owned and operates in the United States and has 500 or fewer employees including affiliates. Nonprofit research institutions in partnership with a small business are also encouraged to apply.
|Program Solicitation||Open Date||Close Date||Selection Announcement Date|
|NASA SBIR 2019 Phase I Solicitation||Feb 05, 2019||Mar 29, 2019||Jun 18, 2019|
|NASA STTR 2019 Phase I Solicitation||Feb 05, 2019||Mar 29, 2019||Jun 18, 2019|
|NASA SBIR 2019 Phase II Proposal Period|
only SBIR 2019 Phase I awardees eligible to apply
|Jan 06, 2020||Due last day of Phase I contract||May 14, 2020*|
|NASA SBIR 2020 Phase I Solicitation||Jan 20, 2020||Mar 20, 2020||Jun 10, 2020*|
|NASA STTR 2020 Phase I Solicitation||Jan 20, 2020||Mar 20, 2020||Jun 10, 2020*|
Applicants to the NASA SBIR/STTR funding lines are required to apply for an EIN and DUNS number. You must also register with System for Awards Management (SAM) and grants.gov. You must obtain an SBC control ID to be attached to your proposal. Finally, you must register with Fast Lane, NASA’s proprietary submissions portal.
HelpNASA SBIR/STTR Program Support For questions about the NASA SBIR/STTR solicitations, the proposal preparation and electronic submission process, and other program related areas, please contact the NASA SBIR/STTR Program Support Office.Phone: 301.937.0888Email: email@example.com NASA SBIR/STTR Program Support is available Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm ET.
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