How exciting for all of us!
The SBA has, after a long-awaited time; revamped, reorganized and relaunched their SBIR Website .
The new SBIR.gov is here! With a comprehensive database, robust search engine, user-friendly design, and useful new content, the new SBIR.gov will help small businesses that are part of or may become part of the SBIR or STTR programs. Here’s a quick overview:
One-stop Shop for Small Businesses
SBIR.gov is designed to help small businesses connect with agencies as part of the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer Program (STTR). It is a “one-stop-shop” if you are a small business interested in responding to an agencies solicitation for innovative research and development. Agencies and prime contractors looking for eligible small businesses may also find the site useful.
Better Search of Awards and Solicitations
The new SBIR.gov features a single database of all awards and solicitations. You can now search solicitations and awards across all 11 participating agencies. In addition to locating everything in one place, the new database allows you to filter awards and solicitations by multiple criteria, including agency, year, phase, program, state, and company.
The new SBIR.gov allows you to view detailed information for companies who have won awards. This includes the number and amount of awards they have received as well as in-depth descriptions of each award.
Our Frequently Asked Questions help newcomers to the SBIR/STTR programs answer basic questions about whether they are eligible for the program and how it works.
The SBIR/STTR Awards feature presents Awards information in graphical and tabular views, along with faceted search functions.
Calendar of Events
Agencies host events all year long to promote SBIR programs and assist potential awardees. Find events in your area and for the agencies you care about on the new SBIR.gov.
Some of the great America success stories start with the SBIR program. Read the success stories of small businesses that leveraged SBIR awards to develop successful commercial products, create good jobs, and sustain our entrepreneurial spirit.