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Phase II SBIR/STTR Proposal Preparation
May 15, 2009

The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program provide federal resarch grants of $100K-$750K to meet the mission needs of 11 participating federal agencies. Over $2.2B is available in this program from agencies such as DoD, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Dept. of Energy, EPA, USDA, NASA, Dept. of Transportation, Dept. of Homeland Security, and Dept. of Commerce. The Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), a state funded non-profit in Virginia who’s mission is to support the Commonwealth’s technology community, will offer several low cost SBIR/STTR workshops. Find out how your technology firm can participate in this valuable program that has been described as the most advantageous funding program for small business in America at the CIT website. Over 5,000 new projects are awarded each year.

Already have a Phase I award? Then you need to get ready to submit your Phase II proposal! Learn how Phase II is different from Phase I, and how to put the Phase II proposal together. Special attention is paid to the all-important commercialization aspect of the Phase II plan and proposal. Space is limited – register early! Training is provided by the Greenwood Consulting Group. The workshop will be held on May 21st, 8:30AM-4:30PM at the Center for Innovative Technology, 2214 Rock Hill Rd., Herndon, VA. Workshop cost is $95 per person ($150 for Both Days). Contact Robert Brooke, Director, Federal Funding Programs, Center for Innovative Technology, or 703-689-3080 to learn more, or visit CIT Events to register. Also discussed each day will be the resources that the Center For Innovative Technology has to support Virginia based technology firms in their efforts to secure SBIR funding.

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