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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) M. Connie Jacobs Program Manager Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program and Small Business Advocate DARPA/CMO 3701 North Fairfax Drive Arlington, VA 22203-1714

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Defense Advanced Research Projects

Agency (DARPA)

M. Connie Jacobs

Program Manager

Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program

Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program

and Small Business Advocate

DARPA/CMO

3701 North Fairfax Drive

Arlington, VA 22203-1714

Office: (703) 526-4162

Fax: (703) 696-2208

E-Mail: cjacobs@darpa.mil

DARPA Home Page: http://www.darpa.mil

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Federal SBIR Program

12 Federal Agencies

Housing and Urban Development FY04

Homeland Security FY04

Approx $2 Billion

Multiple Solicitation closing dates

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SBIR Points of Contact

  • NASA Mr. Carl Ray (202) 358-4652
  • DOD Mr. Jeff Bond (703) 588-8516
  • NIH Ms. Jo Anne Goodnight (301) 435-2688
  • NSF Dr. Kesh Narayanan (703) 292-7076
  • EPA Mr. Jim Gallup (202) 564-6823
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SBIR Points of Contact (cont.)

  • DOC Mr. Joseph Bishop (301) 713-3565
  • DOE Dr. Walter Warnick (301) 903-1414
  • DOA Dr. Charles Cleland (202) 401-4002
  • DOEd Info Not Available
  • DOT Dr. Joe Henebury (617) 494-2051
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SBIR Points of Contact (cont.)

  • Housing and Urban Development To be announced
  • Homeland Security To be announced
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Federal SBIR Program

SBIR Participation

Small Business (500 people or less) must be:

Located in the United States

All work performed in the US

51% owned and controlled by US

Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens

Organized for Profit (ask for fee)

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Federal SBIR Program

SBIR Phase I statistics 

69.1% of Phase I winners went to

companies with 20 people or less

41% of Phase I winners went to

companies with 10 people or less

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Federal SBIR Program

THREE Phase Program

Phase 1 Feasibility Study

GENERALLY 6 months and $100K

Phase 2 Proof-of-Principle – Prototype Dev.

GENERALLY 2 Years and $750K

Phase 3 Products, Production, Services,

R/R&D or any combination

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Federal SBIR Program

Evaluation Criteria

Soundness, Technical Merit & INNOVATION

Qualifications of the PI and Staff

Potential for Commercial Applications

(The WARFIGHTER is the user in DoD)

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Federal SBIR Program

DATA RIGHTS

The Small Business retains ALL rights to DATA

SBIR Technical Data Rights apply to ALL SBIR

Awards: Phase I, Phase II and Phase III

These Data Rights are Non-Negotiable

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Federal SBIR Program

Open Solicitations

Proposal Due Dates

Nat’l Inst of Health-Grants 12/1/03

Nat’l Inst of Health-Biodefense 12/1/03

DoD FY04.01 1/15/04

Dept of Energy 1/6/04

Dept of Commerce-NOAA 1/14/04

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Federal SBIR Program

Open Solicitations

Proposal Due Dates

Dept of Commerce –NIST 1/15/04

Dept of Education 2/5/04

DoD STTR 4/15/04

DoD SBIR FY04-2 (new) 6/17/04

DoD SBIR FY04-3 8/04

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Department of Defense

Department of Defense

SBIR Program

SBIR Program

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DoD SBIR/STTR Program

  • 2004: SBIR = $900M; STTR = $80M
  • 9 Component SBIR Programs within DoD

AIR FORCE DARPA

ARMY OSD/DDR&E

NAVY DTRA

Missile Defense Agency SOCOM

National Geospatial Agency (was NIMA)

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

SBIR Points of Contact

  • DoD Program Manager - Mr. Jeff Bond (703) 588-8616
  • Air Force Mr. Steve Guilfoos (937) 656-9062
  • Navy Mr. Vinny Schaper (703) 696-8528
  • Army Major Robert Miceli (703) 806-0965
  • DARPA Ms. Connie Jacobs (703) 526-4162
  • Missile Defense
  • Agency Mr. Frank Rucky (703) 697-3641
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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

SBIR and STTR POCs(cont.)

  • DoD Program Manager – Jeff Bond (703) 588-8616
  • OSD DDR&E Teresa Puretz (703) 681-5486
  • Defense Threat
  • Reduction Agency Ron Yoho (703) 325-9615
  • Special Ops Karen Pera (813) 828-7549
  • Nat Geospatial Agy Derrick Riddle (301) 227-1792
dod sbir fy 04 2 sbir
DOD SBIR FY 04.2 SBIR

NEW Solicitation

WEB OPENS CLOSES

March 04 May 04 Jun 17th 04

(6:00 AM)

http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir

http://www.dodsbir.net

dod sbir fy 04 3 sbir
DOD SBIR FY 04.3 SBIR

WEB OPENS CLOSES

May 04 July 04 August 04

(6:00 AM)

http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir

http://www.dodsbir.net

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SMALL BUSINESS

SMALL BUSINESS

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

(STTR) PROGRAM

(STTR) PROGRAM

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Small Business TechnologyTransfer (STTR) Program

  • PL 102-564 Signed October 28, 1992: Established STTR
  • Reauthorized to FY2009
  • .30% of Extramural 2004-2009
  • Cooperative R&D
  • Small Business and a University, FFRDC or Non-Profit
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STTR Program

  • Mandatory partnership between a small business and a research institution (min. 40% small business, min. 30% research institution)
  • Five federal agencies participate (DoD, NIH, NASA, DOE, NSF). FY2004 funding - $200M
  • Must have written agreement allocating intellectual property rights.
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STTR vs. SBIR

STTRSBIR

Phase Is

Generally 1 year Generally 6/8 months

SB has to perform SB has to perform

40% of the research 70% of the research

MUST Collaborate Collaboration NOT required

Phase II $750K Phase II $750K

dod sbir fy 04 sttr
DOD SBIR FY 04 STTR

WEB OPENS CLOSES

STTR 2003 Jan 2, 04 Mar 1, 04 Apr 15, 04

Army, Air Force, Navy, MDA and DARPA

Approx. 90 topics

http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir

  • http://www.dodsbir.net
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DEFENSE ADVANCED

DEFENSE ADVANCED

RESEARCH PROJECTS

RESEARCH PROJECTS

AGENCY (DARPA)

AGENCY (DARPA)

darpa s mission
DARPA’s MISSION

o Solve National Level Problems

o High-Risk, High-Payoff Technologies

o Enable Operational Dominance

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Defense Advanced Research Projects

Agency (DARPA)

Near Term R&D

Advanced Technology

Assured C3ISR

Maritime

Early Entry/Special Forces

Tactical Technology

Air/Space/Land Platforms

Unmanned Systems

Space Operations

Laser Systems

Future Combat Systems

Special Projects

Chem/Bio Def Systems

Counter Underground Facilities

Space Sensors/Structures

Navigation/Sensors/ Signal

Processing

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Defense Advanced Research Projects

Agency (DARPA)

Mid Term R&D

Information Exploitation

Sensors

Exploitation Systems

Command & Control

Planning / Logistics

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Defense Advanced Research Projects

Agency (DARPA)

Far Term R&D

Information Processing Technology

Cognitive Systems

Computational - Perception

Representation & Reasoning

Learning

Natural Communication

Defense Sciences

Bio Warfare Defense

Technologies

Biology

Materials & Devices

Mathematics

Microsystems Technology

Electronics

Optoelectronics

MEMS

Combined Microsystems

the other 97 2 of the money
The OTHER 97.2% of the money

O DoD Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs)

Contracts and Grants

O Technical Dialogues, Short White Paper, Formal Proposal

O Small Business Preferences

O FedBizOpps http://www.fedbizopps.gov/

O DARPA BAAs www.darpa.mil “Solicitations”

darpa s fy 04 core programs
DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Defense Sciences Office

New materials

Materials concepts

Materials processing and devices

Optical materials

Self-healing, sensing and adapting materials

Advanced mathematics

Computational geometry and topology

Electromagnetic modeling and simulation

Quantum information science

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Defense Sciences Office

Biological Warfare Defense –

Advanced medical diagnostics

External protection for soldiers

Medical countermeasures against known & unknown pathogens

Protection, decontamination of materials and equipment

Remote detection/characterization of biological substances

Self-decontamination concepts

Sensor technology

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Defense Sciences Office

Biology for Defense Applications

Accelerated healing response of tissue

Controlling biological systems

Enhancing human performance

Biodynamics and biological complexity

Bio-inspired systems

Cell and tissue based biosensors

Human performance enhancement

Hybrid biotic/abiotic systems

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Information Processing Technology Office areas of interest

Augmented Cognition

Bio-Computation

Data Intensive Systems

High Productivity Computing Systems

Mobile Autonomous Robot Software

Quantum Information Science and Technology

Software for Distributed Robotics

Network Modeling an Simulation

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Information Exploitation Office

O all-weather, wide area search for vehicles and dismounts in

all possible combat environments

O precision identification of hostile, friendly, and neutral

forces

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Information Exploitation Office (Continued)

O  accurate tracking of potential targets and noncombatants

near those targets

O dynamic assignment and direction of weapons to engage targets

O  rapid and reliable assessment of engagements

all in the context of Joint forces support

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Microsystems Technology Office areas of Interest

Automated design tools for integrated mixed signal microsystems

Steered agile beams

3-D imaging

Solar blind detectors

Advanced photonics

Acoustic microsensors

Distributed robotics

Advanced lithography

Micro power generation

Ultra wide band array antennas

MicroElectroMechanical Systems MEMS)

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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Special Projects Office

  • BAA03-14 closes 15 April 2004
  • counter the emerging threat of underground facilities
  • novel space technologies across the spectrum of space control applications including rapid access, space situational awareness, counterspace, and persistent tactical grade sensing approaches including extremely large space apertures and structures.
  • Closing Date: April 15, 2004
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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Special Projects Office

  • BAA03-14 (continued) closes 15 April 2004
  • provide full-scale protection systems against the threat of chemical and biological attack.
  • We are interested in efforts to defend against radiological weapons (so called - dirty bombs?) and is interested in concepts to defeat suicide bombers and to deal with urban threats.
  • advanced sensor systems and guidance and navigation technologies.
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DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

Tactical Technology Office areas of interest

Aeronautic systems

Space systems

Land systems

Supporting technologies such as autonomous & semiautonomous

operations, control, communications, sensors, weapons, power

and propulsion

Systems capable of new classes of missions

Systems capable of robotic operations

darpa
DARPA

DARPA’s SBIR Program

0 Phase I and Phase II nuances

0 Phase I Gaps and Phase II Enhancements

O Phase I and Phase II Adoptions

darpa s sbir program
DARPA’s SBIR PROGRAM

Phase I proposals shall not exceed $99,000

o Firm Fixed Price

o Generally 6/8 months

Small businesses chosen for award are expected

to start work within 28 days after receiving

a contract

The Aviation & Missile Command in Huntsville, AL

awards DARPA SBIR Phase I contracts within

30/45 days

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DARPA’s SBIR PROGRAM

Phase II’s are generally Cost + Fixed Fee

Generally not to exceed $750K for a 2-year period

The Aviation & Missile Command in Huntsville, AL

awards DARPA SBIR Phase II contracts within

approximately 3 months

You must have an “acceptable” accounting system, you will

undergo an audit

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DARPA’s SBIR PROGRAM

O At the request of a DARPA Program Manager, DARPA will

fund a $50,000 Phase I gap effort to keep the small

business working while we invite and review a Phase II

proposal.

O DARPA will match dollar for dollar up to $200K any

third-party money invested in an SBIR Phase II.

O At the request of a DARPA Program Manager, DARPA will

adopt a Phase I or Phase II from an other SBIR Federal

Agency, to help meet DARPA Program needs.

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PROCESS FOR

REGISTERING

REGISTERING

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

CONTRACTORS

CONTRACTORS

D E F E N S E A D V A N C E D R E S E A R C H P R O J E C T S A G E N C Y

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Centralized Contractor Registration Program (CCR)

  • GET REGISTERED NOW!
  • WHAT YOU NEED:
    • Dunn and Bradstreet Number
    • Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)
  • Register at www.ccr.gov
  • CCR Assistance Center 888-227-2423
  • ALL Federal Agencies use CCR information to make electronic payments.