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Overview of NASA\'s SBIR & STTR Programs. Lynn Garrison MSFC SBIR Program Manager. NASA’s Mission To understand and protect our home planet To explore the Universe and Search for Life To Inspire the Next Generation of Explorers. NASA’s Mission Directorates. VISION. MISSION.

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Overview of NASA\'s

SBIR & STTR Programs

Lynn Garrison

MSFC SBIR

Program Manager

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NASA’s Mission

To understand and protect our home planet

To explore the Universe and Search for Life

To Inspire the Next Generation of Explorers

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NASA’s Mission Directorates

VISION

MISSION

Mission Directorates

To improve life here,

To extend life to there,

To find life beyond

  • To Understand and Protect Our Home Planet
  • To explore the Universe and Search for Life
  • To Inspire the Next Generation of Explorers

Exploration Systems

Space Operations

Science

Aeronautics Research

SBIR and STTR Research Topics Support NASA’s Technology Priorities - Enabling NASA’S Future Through the Innovation of Small Business

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Research Topics

Exploration Systems & Space Operations:

  • Self Sufficient Space Systems
  • Space Utilities and Power
  • Habitation, Bioastronautics and Extravehicular Activity
  • Space Assembly, Maintenance and Servicing
  • Surface Exploration and Expeditions
  • Space Transportation
  • Information and Communication
  • Systems Integration, Analysis, Concepts and Modeling
  • Exploration Systems & Space Operations:
  • Cross-disciplinary Physical Sciences
  • Fundamental Space Biology
  • Biomedical And Human Support Research
  • Partnerships and Market-Driven Research
  • Flight Payload Technologies and Outreach
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Research Topics

Space Science:

  • Sun Earth Connection
  • Structure and Evolution of the Universe
  • Astronomical Search for Origins
  • Exploration of the Solar System
  • Mars Exploration

Earth Science:

Instruments for Earth Science Measurements

Platform Technologies for Earth Science

Advanced Information Systems Technology for Earth Science

Applying Earth Science Measurements

Aeronautics:

  • Aviation Safety and Security
  • Vehicle Systems
  • Airspace Systems
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Solicitation Dates

NASA Will Issue Concurrent

SBIR & STTR Solicitations

on July 7, 2005

Closing Date:

September 7, 2005

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Proposal Evaluation Process

  • Evaluations are performed by NASA scientists and engineers to determine the merit of a proposal
  • A proposal that is recommended for award will be ranked relative to all other recommended proposals
  • All firms will receive a debriefing automatically via email
  • Evaluation factors:
      • Scientific/Technical Merit and Feasibility
      • Experience, Qualifications and Facilities
      • Effectiveness of the Proposed Work Plan
      • Commercial Potential
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Selection Statistics

  • SBIR:
      • 2,695 proposals were received from 1,099 firms located in 48 states and DC
      • 939 proposals recommended
      • 310 selections were made (12%)
    • STTR:
      • 179 proposals were received from 157 firms
        • located in 37 states
      • 97 proposals recommended
      • 45 selections were made (25%)
    • Approximately 40% of the phase 1 contracts are selected for phase 2
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What’s New and Unique?

  • NASA manages it’s SBIR and STTR programs via the NASA SBIR Electronic Handbook (EHB)
    • All proposals are submitted electronically
    • Contract administration is managed via the SBIR EHB
    • Access to the EHB is directly from the NASA SBIR website http://sbir.nasa.gov
  • NASA is the prime customer for SBIR and STTR developed technologies
    • Emphasis is placed on phase 3 contracting
    • NASA has issued many multi-million dollar Phase 3 following contracts;

the largest being for $57M

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Website

sbir.nasa.gov

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Small Business Innovation Research

Small Business Technology Transfer

NASA SBIR Selection History

  • NASA has selected 6,050 Phase I proposals and
  • 2,691 Phase II proposals since the program’s inception
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Small Business Innovation Research

Small Business Technology Transfer

NASA SBIR Recent Selections

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Small Business Innovation Research

Small Business Technology Transfer

NASA STTR Selection History

  • NASA has selected 333 Phase I proposals, and
  • 104 Phase-II proposals since the program’s inception
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Small Business Innovation Research

Small Business Technology Transfer

NASA STTR Recent Selections

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Small Business Innovation Research

Small Business Technology Transfer

NASA SBIR/STTR Commercial Success Stories

  • NASA currently has 517 documented SBIR/STTR commercial success stories
  • http://sbir.nasa.gov/SBIR/success.htm
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