The DoD SBIR 2011.A STTR Solicitation opened February 28, 2011 for submission of proposals.
Participating DoD Components
- Department of the Army
- Department of the Navy
- Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
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DoD 2011.A STTR Solicitation
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January 27, 2011: Pre release Open for pre review.
February 28, 2011: DoD will begin accepting proposals for solicitation
March 30, 2011: Deadline for receipt of proposals 6:00 am ET
STTR 11.A Solicitation is open for proposal submission
The DoD Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) 2011.A solicitation is open for proposal submission from February 28, 2011 through March 30, 2011 6:00 a.m. ET. The DoD invites small business firms, with their research institution partners, to submit proposals under this solicitation to the STTR Program. Three DoD components — the Department of the Army, the Department of the Navy, and the Missile Defense Agency — have R&D topics in this solicitation under which Phase I proposals are sought. The Solicitation, which contains detailed information on the parameters of the STTR program and how to submit a proposal, and Topics are available at http://www.dodsbir.net/solicitation and http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sbir/solicitations/index.htm. You may also search the topics by going to http://www.dodsbir.com/Topics.
Password Security and Lock Out Policy
Effective measures to reduce system vulnerability and increase security include creating a strong password to your account and changing it frequently. This is your defense for protecting your firm’s proposal information. Choose a strong password that does not contain easily recognizable information like firm names, phone numbers, addresses, or other information that someone could guess. Your new password MUST be at least 10 characters and contain the following: at least 1 upper case letter; at least 1 lower case letter; at least 1 number; and at least 1 special character (e.g. $, ?, !, etc.).
After 5 failed login attempts, firm accounts will be locked for an hour. If you need assistance regarding your account status, please contact the help desk at 866-SBIRHLP (725-7457) or by e-mail at email@example.com, be ready to provide your Firm Tax ID, so that the help desk can confirm your identity.
Technical Q&A through SITIS
Once DoD begins accepting proposals on February 28, 2011, no further direct contact between proposers and topic authors is allowed, but proposers may submit written technical questions through the SBIR/STTR Interactive Topic Information System (SITIS), in which the questioner and respondent remain anonymous and all questions and answers are posted electronically for general viewing. SITIS closes to new questions on March 16, 2011. All questions and answers will be posted through March 30, 2011. All proposers are advised to monitor SITIS at http://www.dodsbir.net/sitis during the solicitation period for questions and answers and other information relevant to the topic under which they are proposing.
Proposals must be submitted via the DoD SBIR/STTR Submission website at http://www.dodsbir.net/submission following the instructions contained in the solicitation, including the instructions specified in the topic files for the DoD component to which you are applying. Submissions must include the proposal cover sheets, technical proposal, Company Commercialization Report, and cost proposal to be considered a complete proposal. Small businesses submitting proposals through the Submission website may modify their proposals at any time until the solicitation closing on March 30, 2011 at 6:00 a.m. ET. To use the DoD SBIR/STTR Submission website your browser must have scripting enabled and, if your firm has any Phase II awards, commercialization resulting from all prior Phase II awards must be reported and up to date. Offerors bear the risk of website inaccessibility due to heavy usage in the final hours before the solicitation closing time, so plan ahead and submit early.
In order to properly evaluate your firm’s commercialization efforts, as well as to reliably measure the performance and impact of the SBIR and STTR Programs, you must review and ensure that your Company Commercialization data is complete, current, and accurate. The Company Commercialization Report must list every prior SBIR and STTR Phase II award received from any federal agency, regardless of whether the Phase II has commercialized to date. Phase III sales and investment figures, as well as manufacturing-related R&D and other commercialization information, must be updated within the last 12 months for all Phase II awards. For more information, see Guidance for Completing the Company Commercialization Report: Instructions and Definitions on the Company Commercialization section of the DoD Submission website.
DoD SBIR/STTR Help Desk
If you have any questions please contact the DoD SBIR/STTR Help Desk at 866-724-7457 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.