The Online Tutorials features courses designed to help interested parties learn more about the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. From learning the nuances of each agency’s programs to figuring out how to calculate indirect rates, the Online Tutorials covers all of the bases within the application process for federal funding.
The SBA works with a number of local partners to train and support potential SBIR/STTR applicants around the country. Check now to find the help you need, from proposal assistance to SAM registration, commercialization support to industry connections.
Various resources for SBIR applicants
SBIR Support Organizations come in many shapes and sizes, including: FAST Grantees, Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs), Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs), universities, accelerators, incubators, state economic development offices, Regional Innovation Clusters (RICs), Women's Business Centers (WBCs), and other technology-based economic development groups.
For Federal Agencies
Many different offices and people make up the Federal SBIR community - program managers, grants and contracting officers, scientific review officers, legal counsel, and more. Thank you for the key role you have played supporting the innovation economy as a major contributor to the success of the SBIR/STTR programs.