FY 2022 SBIR/STTR Phase I Release 2

Phase I grants resulting from this competition will be made during FY 2022 to small businesses with maximum award sizes of $200,000 or $250,00 0. Refer to the individual topic for its respective maximum award size (a proposal submitted that exceeds the maximum award size for the respective topic will

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be declined without review).

The period of performance will depend on the scope of the effort but will not exceed 12 months.

Please note that the Phase II grant application will be due approximately 9. 5 months after the grant start date.

This will be the only opportunity to submit a Phase II application for a Phase I award made under this FOA.

Grantees that select a Phase I period of performance of 9 months or less will be able to complete their Phase I project prior to submission of their Phase II grant application.

Grantees that select a Phase I longer than 9 months will be able to continue research and development (R&D) after their Phase II application is submitted but will not be able to utilize these results in the preparation of their Phase II application.

Phase I is to evaluate, insofar as possible, the scientific or technical merit and feasibility of ideas that appear to have commercial potential and/or substantial application in support of DOE mission research.

The grant application should concentrate on research that will contribute to proving scientific or technical feasibility of the approach or concept.

Success in a DOE Phase I is a prerequisite to further DOE support in Phase II.

Related Programs

Office of Science Financial Assistance Program

Department of Energy


Agency:

Office: Office of Science

Estimated Funding: $54,000,000


Who's Eligible


Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
SBIR/STTR Funding Opportunity Announcement Webpage

Additional Information of Eligibility:
SBIR/STTR program eligibility requirements are in place to ensure that the funds go only to small, independent United States (U.S.) businesses.

The regulations, 13 CFR 121, include restrictions about (1) the type of firm, (2) its ownership structure, and (3) the firm’s size in terms of the number of employees.

The purpose of the requirement regarding type of firm is to target the awards to firms with an economic interest in developing the idea or research into a commercial application.

The purpose of the ownership requirement is to limit the program to independent firms controlled by U. S. citizens or permanent resident aliens as a way of maximizing the likelihood that the funding will stimulate innovative activity within the U. S. economy.

The purpose of the size restriction (number of employees of the firm and its affiliates) is to limit program funding to small business concerns with a unique capacity for innovation, which are more likely to be constrained by lack of access to such funding.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://science.osti.gov/sbir/Funding-Opportunities

Contact:


Agency Email Description:
SBIR-STTR General Mailbox

Agency Email:


Date Posted:
2021-12-13

Application Due Date:


Archive Date:
2022-03-17




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