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Program One-on-One Meetings – November 10th & 17th

Prepare for our next Phase I solicitation, scheduled to open in January 2022, by meeting with the NASA SBIR/STTR program during our virtual 15-minute one-on-one meetings on Wednesday, November 10th and Wednesday, November 17th from Noon – 4 pm ET. We’ve also invited select other NASA programs so you can learn more about how you and your technology may fit within their programs.

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NASA Small Business Partners Advance Lunar Technologies

5 U.S. small businesses were selected to receive a total of nearly $20M in Sequential Phase II funds as part of the NASA Artemis strategy to collaborate with commercial partners on our return to the Moon.

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Resources

Resources for Small Businesses

Our program is keeping track of several funding resources and opportunities outside of the NASA SBIR/STTR Program that are available to small businesses in light of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The page is updated periodically with new resources, so we encourage you to check back regularly for updates.

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Success Stories

NASA SBIR/STTR Success Stories

View success stories from small businesses that have participated in the NASA SBIR/STTR program.

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Many SBIR/STTR technologies have found success beyond the agency. NASA Spinoff highlights commercial products and services derived from NASA technology.

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Getting Started: Interactive Participation Guide

New to SBIR or STTR? In the process, but need additional information?

The interactive participation guide helps you navigate through all parts of the SBIR/STTR process

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sbir fy 2021 solicitation

FY 2021 SBIR/STTR Solicitation

Open from November 9, 2020 to January 8, 2021

Selections announced March 18, 2021*

Proposal Submission EHB

*Date subject to change

Space Technology Mission Directorate and OIG

Office of Inspector General

Report crime, fraud, waste, and mismanagement in NASA's programs to the OIG

Report Fraud/Waste/Abuse