It is challenging to prepare a compliant and compelling proposal to NASA. You must connect the dots between the topic and future missions, highlighting how your technology will benefit the mission goals, reduce risk and have a commercialization pathway. Timely planning, team building, thorough understanding of the requirements are all differentiators that will set your team apart. This session will provide specific steps to plan and execute a proposal that meets the solicitation requirements and makes it easy for the Evaluator to find what is need to score your proposal. The 2024 NASA SBIR/STTR solicitation is expected to be released in January – this session can be extremely helpful in applying to this opportunity!
Networking Session with Agencies & Strategics!
At the conclusion of the training, a special networking session will be held that will allow attendees to meet reps from several SBIR agency programs as well as other private sector entities interested in space research.
Invited Agencies and Strategics include:
- NASA Langley Research Center, Strategic Partnerships Office, SBIR/STTR (Confirmed)
- NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Wallops Flight Facility (Confirmed)
- Lockheed Martin Space, Strategic Partnerships Lead (Confirmed)
- National Science Foundation Space (SBIR Director) — Invited
- National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) — Invited
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – Invited
- Virginia Unmanned Systems Center, and More.
Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration
Brought to you by: Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation
Presented by: Randy Simpson, TechOpp Consulting
- Virginia Based Small Tech Firms/Virginia University Researchers: $25
- All Others: $75