* Are organized for profit
* Are located in the United States
* At least 51% owned / controlled by citizen or permanent resident alien
* No more than 500 employees
Did you also know through FY-2009, over 112,500 awards have been made totaling more than $26.9 billion?
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The SBIR program is structured into three phases and you start with phase I:
“The objective of Phase I is to establish the technical merit, feasibility, and commercial potential of the proposed R/R&D efforts and to determine the quality of performance of the small business awardee organization prior to providing further Federal support in Phase II. SBIR Phase I awards normally do not exceed $150,000 total costs for 6 months.”