Open/Future Solicitations


Agency: HHS
Solicitation: RFA-DA-15-001
Open Period: 24-Mar-2014 to 24-Apr-2014
Topic: Funding Opportunity Description
Topic Description: Purpose  The purpose of this initiative is to incentivize small businesses to generate tools and products specifically for monitoring and manipulating covalently modified eukaryotic  mRNAs and regulatory RNAs. Background Covalent chemical modifications can play a crucial role in… more

Agency: HHS
Solicitation: RFA-DA-15-002
Open Period: 24-Mar-2014 to 24-Apr-2014
Topic: Funding Opportunity Description
Topic Description: Purpose The purpose of this initiative is to incentivize small businesses to generate tools and products specifically for monitoring and manipulating covalently modified eukaryotic mRNAs and regulatory RNAs. Background Covalent chemical modifications can play a crucial role in regulation of… more

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Cyber-Physical Systems

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Cybersecurity

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Health Care

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Manufacturing

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Technology Transfer

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Cyber-Physical Systems
Subtopic: Residential Heat Pump Fault Detection and Diagnostic Datalogger
Subtopic Description: A low cost, modular system for monitoring and controlling a process or environment is applicable to a wide variety of commercial and consumer-based endeavors. The ability to measure a quantity and then affect a change to control that quantity, or a related quantity, is highly desirable in an… more

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Cybersecurity
Subtopic: Cryptographic Acceleration for Border Gateway Protocol Security (BGPSEC)
Subtopic Description: The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) was initially developed in 1989 (RFC 1105 [1]) and last refined in 2006 to its current version BGP-4 (RFC 4271 [2]). Because the protocol itself does not provide any notion of security, more and more successful attacks against the protocol have been witnessed in… more

Agency: DOC
Solicitation: 2014-NIST-SBIR-01
Open Period: 19-Feb-2014 to 02-May-2014
Topic: Cybersecurity
Subtopic: Privacy Preserving Tools for Federated Authentication Models
Subtopic Description: Legacy Internet communication protocols were designed for secure communication in the Dolev-Yao model. This model consists of two communicating parties and an adversary who can overhear, intercept, and synthesize any message. In this paradigm, the legitimate communicating parties only send messages… more