FAST Awardee: Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation
January 23 | 10:00 AM ET (webinar)
Universities are often directly or indirectly involved in the development and execution of SBIR/STTR-funded projects, so it is important that university administrators understand SBIR/STTR requirements and that the small business understands the university’s policies. This session covers issues that need to be addressed both as the proposal is being developed and after it is awarded looking specifically from the university’s perspective. An ideal session for university personnel as well as small businesses who intend to engage and partner with universities on an SBIR or STTR.
-Eligibility rules for SBIR/STTR
-University lab vs. Small business facilities
Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration
Brought to you by: Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation
Presented by: BBC ETC
-Virginia Based Small Tech Firms/Virginia University Researchers FREE
If you are planning to submit an SBIR or STTR proposal, the 2022 SBIR/STTR Reauthorization now requires disclosure of foreign influence. Each agency handles this disclosure requirement slightly differently, and it is critical that you know the rules to stay compliant—as some agencies will not even review proposals that are missing the required forms. Join our expert for an agency-by-agency review of the new SBIR/STTR foreign ownership requirements and how, when, and where to submit the required disclosures. A Question and answer period will be included in the hour.
• Agency-specific required forms
• What level of foreign involvement must be disclosed
America thrives on its innovation. If you would like to play a role in America’s innovation, learn more now about opportunities to foster innovation through America’s Seed Fund. The webinar will focus on the roles played by traditional companies in developing new ideas, materials, and products.
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