The DOE SBIR Online Learning web site is available to help Small Businesses understand SBIR/STTR eligibility requirements, program complexities, and ultimately, how to prepare, organize and submit a Phase I proposal in response to a DOE SBIR/STTR Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA). Get started here!
With the help of the Dawnbreaker-led team, the U.S. DOE is funding its first ever Phase 0 program, to assist eligible small businesses in navigating the complexities of the SBIR proposal process. With a full menu of services available to pre-approved applicants, small businesses that fall into three categories: 1) under represented states; 2) women-owned; and 3) socially and economically disadvantaged, can now get the assistance they need to submit a compelling and successful Phase I SBIR/STTR proposal. Read More
A Letter of Intent (LOI) is a document that you submit in advance of your Phase I application to the DOE SBIR/STTR programs. It contains important information about your application, such as a technical abstract, that will assist DOE in identifying reviewers in advance of receiving your application. Read More »
The Instructions for Completing a DOE SBIR/STTR Phase I Grant Application guide contains instructions and other useful information for preparing the required forms for a grant from the U. S. Department of Energy for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Phase I Grant Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I Grants. Read More »
Here you will find guidance and requirements specific to the SBIR/STTR Program Office regarding the submission of Data Management Plans. Read More »
Here you will find the answers to many of the questions asked following the award of a Phase I or Phase II SBIR/STTR award. Answers to areas of inquiry include, award notification, no-cost extensions, progress reports, and audit requirements. Read More »
Here you will find a consolidated list of quick links to essential websites. Read More »
The DOE National Labs address large scale, complex research and development challenges with a multidisciplinary approach that places an emphasis on translating basic science to innovation. Read More »