HHS/ACL/NIDILRR: Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Phase I CFDA Number 84.133S-1

Note:
Each funding opportunity description is a synopsis of information in the Federal Register application notice.

For specific information about eligibility, please see the official application notice.

The official version of this document is the document published in the Federal Register.

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credit:


Internet access to the official edition of the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations is available on GPO Access at:
http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/index.html.

Please review the official application notice for pre-application and application requirements, application submission information, performance measures, priorities and program contact information.

The Small Business Innovation Development Act of 1982 (Act), Pub.

L.

97-219, established the SBIR program.

The Act requires certain agencies, including the Department, to reserve a statutory percentage of their extramural R&D budgets for two phases of the three-phase SBIR program (see http://sbir.gov/about/about-sbir for more information on the program).

Phase I awards are to determine, insofar as possible, the scientific or technical merit, feasibility, and commercial potential of R&D projects submitted under the SBIR program.

Phase I awards are for amounts up to $75,000 and for a period of up to six months.

Phase II projects continue the development of Phase I projects.

Funding is based on the results achieved in Phase I and the scientific and technical merit and commercial potential of the proposed Phase II project.

Only Phase I grantees are eligible to apply for Phase II funding.

Phase II awards are for amounts up to $575,500 over a period of two years.

In Phase III, the small business grantee pursues commercial applications of the Phase I and II R&D.

The SBIR program does not fund Phase III.

All SBIR projects funded by NIDILRR must address the needs of individuals with disabilities.

(See 29 U.S.C.

76 0. ) Project activities may include:
Conducting manufacturing-related R&D that encompasses improvements in existing methods or processes, or wholly new processes, machines, or systems, that benefit individuals with disabilities; Exploring the uses of technology to ensure equal access to education, employment, community environments, and information for individuals with disabilities; and Improving the quality and utility of disability and rehabilitation research.

Note:
An applicant should consult NIDRR's Long-Range Plan for Fiscal Years 2013-2017 (78 FR 20299, published April 4, 2013) (the Plan) when preparing its application.

The Plan is organized around the following research domains:
(1) Community Living and Participation; (2) Health and Function; and (3) Employment.

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number:
8 4. 133S- 1. Applications for grants under the SBIR Program, CFDA number 8 4. 133S-1, must be submitted electronically using the Government-wide Grants.gov Apply site at www.Grants.gov.

Through this site, you will be able to download a copy of the application package, complete it offline, and then upload and submit your application.

You may not email an electronic copy of a grant application to us.

You may access the electronic grant application for the SBIR Program at www.Grants.gov.

You must search for the downloadable application package for this competition by the CFDA number.

Do not include the CFDA number's alpha suffix in your search (e.g., search for 8 4. 133, not 8 4. 133S).

Agency: Department of Education

Office:

Estimated Funding: $750,000


Who's Eligible



Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
HHS/ACL/NIDILRR: Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Phase I CFDA Number 84.133S-1; Notice inviting applications for new awards for fiscal year (FY) 2015

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible Applicants: Entities that are, at the time of award, small business concerns as defined by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

This definition is included in the application package.

If it appears that an applicant organization does not meet the eligibility requirements, we will request an evaluation by the SBA.

Under circumstances in which eligibility is unclear, we will not make an SBIR award until the SBA makes a determination that the applicant is eligible under its definition of small business concern.

Technology, science, and engineering firms with strong research capabilities in any of the priority areas listed in this notice are encouraged to participate.

Consultative or other arrangements between these firms and universities or other nonprofit organizations are permitted, but the small business concern must serve as the grantee.

For Phase I projects, at least two-thirds of the research or analytic activities must be performed by the small business concern grantee.

Full Opportunity Web Address:


Contact:


Agency Email Description:


Agency Email:
patricia.barrett@ed.gov

Date Posted:
2015-03-13

Application Due Date:
2015-05-12

Archive Date:
2015-06-11



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