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DOD SBIR 17.3 (541712)

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Aug 26, 2017
Category: Research and Development
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Other Defense Agencies, Washington Headquarters Services, WHS, Acquisition Directorate, 1225 South Clark Street, Suite 1202, Arlington, Virginia, 22202-4371, United States


Introduction The objectives of the DoD Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program include stimulating technological innovation in DoDs Science and Technology Emphasis Areas, strengthening the role of small business in meeting DoD research and development needs, fostering and encouraging participation by minority and disadvantaged persons in technological innovation, and increasing the commercial application of DoD-supported research or research and development results. Three Phase Program The SBIR Program is a three-phase program. Phase I is to determine, to the extent possible, the scientific, technical, and commercial merit and feasibility of ideas submitted under the SBIR Program. Phase I awards are typically $70,000 to $150,000 in size, and the period of performance is generally from six to twelve months. Proposals should concentrate on research or research and development which will significantly contribute to proving the scientific and technical feasibility, and commercialization potential of the proposed effort, the successful completion of which is a prerequisite for further DoD support in Phase II. Proposers are encouraged to consider whether the research or research and development being proposed to DoD Components also has private sector potential, either for the proposed application or as a base for other applications. Phase II awards will be made to firms on the basis of results of their Phase I effort and the scientific merit, technical merit, and commercialization potential of the Phase II proposal. Phase II awards are typically $500,000 to $1,000,000 in size and the period of performance is generally 24 months. Phase II is the principal research or research and development effort and is expected to produce a well-defined deliverable prototype. A Phase II contractor may receive up to one additional, sequential Phase II award for continued work on the project. Under Phase III, the Proposer is required to obtain funding from either the private sector, a non-SBIR Government source, or both, to develop the prototype into a viable product or non-R&D service for sale in military or private sector markets. SBIR Phase III refers to work that derives from, extends, or completes an effort made under prior SBIR funding agreements, but is funded by sources other than the SBIR Program. Phase III work is typically oriented towards commercialization of SBIR research or technology. SBIR Preface Instructions and Solicitation Website WEBLINK for this DoD SBIR Solicitation is: https://sbir.defensebusiness.org Offerors assume the risk of website inaccessibility due to heavy usage in the final hours before the solicitation closing time, therefore, plan ahead and submit early. (The Contracting Officer recommends that offerors submit their proposals at least 12 hours before the deadline. Do not wait until the morning of October 25, 2017 to submit your proposal. Do not access the submission website during or after the closing time for at least two hours or youll risk having your proposal marked "Late." Late proposals will not be evaluated.) Help Desk If you have questions about the Defense Departments SBIR or STTR Programs, please call the SBIR/STTR Help Desk at 800-348-0787 or email sbirhelp@bytecubed.com or visit the DoD SBIR/STTR Website at: https://sbir.defensebusiness.org

Original Point of Contact

POC Earl E. Anderson, Phone: 7035451953, Khalil Mack, Phone: 703-545-9507

Place of Performance

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