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Office of Technology, U.S. Small Business Administration I. Using the Sbir Program to Further Business Development

By Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

What is SBIR : small business innovation research (SBIR) programs fund research and development efforts of a high risk nature that may have excellent commercial potential. The small business innovation development act of 1982 (p.l. 102-567), and 1992 (p.l. 102-564), presents an exceptional opportunity for any innovator who is capable of conducting highquality research and development (r&d). The purposes of the act are to 1) stimulate technological innovation; 2) use small business to meet federal r&d needs; 3) encourage the participation by disadvantaged and minority persons in technological innovation; and 4) increase private sector commercialization derived from federal r&d. Under the small business innovation development act, each agency with an extramural r&d budget in excess of $100 million must establish an SBIR program. The following agencies are currently participating in the SBIR program: ├║ department of agriculture ?department of commerce ?department of defense ?department of education ?department of energy ?department of health and human services (including the national institutes of health) ?department of transportation ?environmental protection agency ?national aeronautics and space administration ?national science foundation ?nuclear regulatory commission


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