NASA FY24 SBIR/STTR Opportunities Open


Open Now: 2024 NASA SBIR/STTR Phase I Submissions

Proposals due by 5:00pm ET on March 11, 2024

The submission period is open for the annual NASA SBIR and STTR Phase I solicitations! We are seeking technology ideas for space and on Earth to address NASA’s wide-ranging goals. From health care to climate change, emergency response to space exploration, and more, explore the technology areas in our solicitations to discover how you can make an impact on NASA and the nation.

Complete your registration for ProSAMS—the program’s new proposal submissions and award management system. Check out the digital guides below to help you navigate through your registration and submission process!

Read the 2024 SBIR Phase I Solicitation
Read the 2024 STTR Phase I Solicitation

What do you get?

You can receive up to $1 million in funding during your first three years. Phase I SBIR and STTR awardees will receive up to $150,000 to establish the feasibility of their technology, while Phase II awards fund up to $850,000 to help awardees and their technologies reach infusion and/or commercialization.


Need help?

If you have any questions or need support, contact the NASA SBIR/STTR Helpdesk at; the Helpdesk operates from 9:00am – 8:00pm ET, Monday through Friday.


Tips to Help You Get Started

  • Carefully read the solicitation you are applying to, including (a) the Executive Summary, which features information about the new foreign disclosure requirements passed by Congress, (b) Chapter 2, which has information about how to complete the Small Business Administration (SBA) and gov registration processes, and (c) Chapter 9, which contains the Technology areas and Subtopics that you will need to choose from.
  • Consider applying for the Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Program, which helps small businesses commercialize their innovations. To do this, “opt-in” for I-Corps when submitting your proposal; opting in does not obligate you to participate.

ProSAMs Digital Guides

Proposal submission is due by 5:00pm ET on March 11!

Questions? Contact our NASA SBIR/STTR Helpdesk at; the Helpdesk operates 9 am – 8 pm ET, Mon – Fri.