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  1. 1: ENERGY SYSTEMS CYBERSECURITY

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    Maximum Phase I Award Amount: $200,000 Maximum Phase II Award Amount: $1,100,000 Accepting SBIR Phase I Applications: YES Accepting STTR Phase I Applications: NO Research in cybersecurity for energy delivery systems is focused on enhancement of operational technology (OT) that aids power systems to adapt and survive from a cyberattack and continue safe o ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  2. 1a: Cybersecurity during Contingency Operations

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    a. Cybersecurity during Contingency Operations This subtopic area is for the development of tools and technologies that ensure secure access to energy delivery systems OT during contingency operations. Maintaining control and system/network visibility is paramount during restoration efforts, particularly those involving “black start” techniques and compressor operations in natural gas t ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  3. 1b: Cybersecurity in Supply Chain and Acquisition

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    b. Cybersecurity in Supply Chain and Acquisition This subtopic is for the development of tools, techniques, and/or methodologies to ensure that concerns for cybersecurity are included in the process of equipment and software acquisition within the energy sector. This proposed solution can include but is not limited to addressing interaction of software and firmware with legacy equipment; ad ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  4. 1c: Enhancing Organizational Cybersecurity Awareness

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    c. Enhancing Organizational Cybersecurity Awareness This subtopic is for the development of tools, techniques, and/or methodologies to enhance the operational base for organizational cybersecurity awareness. Proposed solutions can include but are not limited to innovative approaches to enhance awareness of energy sector OT equipment and networking, and distribution; methodologies to include ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  5. 2: ALTERNATIVE RADIOLOGICAL SOURCE TECHNOLOGIES

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    2. Alternative radiological source technologies Maximum Phase I Award Amount: $200,000 Maximum Phase II Award Amount: $1,100,000 Accepting SBIR Phase I Applications: YES Accepting STTR Phase I Applications: NO The Office of Proliferation Detection (PD) within Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development (DNN R&D) has an obje ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  6. 2a: Portable Modular Accelerator Technology to Replace Gamma in Irradiation Applications

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    a. Portable Modular Accelerator Technology to Replace Gamma in Irradiation Applications Ionizing radiation sources are widely used in broad spectrum of applications, including but not limited to: industrial irradiation, cancer treatment, polymer crosslinking, and radiographic inspection of pipes. Multiple irradiation technologies are available: radioisotope sources, non-radioisotopic x-ray s ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  7. 2b: Glass-metal Fritted Assemblies for Alpha-detection

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    b. Glass-metal Fritted Assemblies for Alpha-detection Glass-metal fritting is a widely used method for several commercial-based applications. However, there is a shortfall in commercial capability for specialized detector fabrication for some nonproliferation needs, such as alpha detection in associated particle neutron generators. The Office of Proliferation Detection requires a reliably pr ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  8. 2c: Other

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    c. Other In addition to the specific subtopics listed above, grant applications in other areas relevant to this topic are invited. Questions – Contact: Donald Hornback, Donald.Hornback@nnsa.doe.gov

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  9. 3: REMOTE DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    Maximum Phase I Award Amount: $200,000 Maximum Phase II Award Amount: $1,100,000 Accepting SBIR Phase I Applications: YES Accepting STTR Phase I Applications: NO The Remote Detection Program within the Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development (DNN R&D) has an objective to develop new technologies and methods for nuclear and r ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  10. 3a: Extending Remote Gas Sensing Range

    Release Date: 12-14-2020Open Date: 12-14-2020Due Date: 02-22-2021Close Date: 02-22-2021

    a. Extending Remote Gas Sensing Range Fast spectral identification of multiple chemical species is essential when signals are short lived or in constant flux. In response to this, a variety of active sensing systems have been investigated in the past. For example, frequency comb technologies have been shown to provide large spectral coverage while maintaining high resolution [1].  Prop ...

    SBIR/STTRPhase IDepartment of Energy
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