Dcode Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) 101
19 January 2022
SOFWERX, in coordination with USSOCOM S&T SBIR, will host a virtual USSOCOM SBIR 101 presented by Dcode.
Why You Should Participate
You may have heard the terms SBIR (Sih-bur) or STTR (Sitter) getting thrown around, and for good reason. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs utilize R&D (Research and Development) funds that are congressionally mandated as the seed funds of America. These programs can be hugely beneficial for small businesses to innovate, grow in both Government and private sector, and work in the federal space.
SBIRs and STTRs can be a valuable source of funding for a diverse range of companies and solutions, enabling small businesses to explore their potential growth and profit in the federal and commercial space.
Come learn more from Dcode’s procurement experts and SOCOM leaders as we walk through how SBIRs and STTRs are being leveraged and the value this funding can provide as your company looks to grow.
Completed 19 January 2022 SBIR 101: SOFWERX will host a SBIR 101 presented by Dcode. There will be presentations by SOCOM and Dcode to help small businesses learn how to leverage the SBIR program. After presentations, there will be a Q&A session where small businesses can ask questions of SOCOM and Dcode. RSVP below, NLT 18 January 2022.
19 January Tentative Agenda
All times listed in ET
1000 – 1005: SOFWERX Welcome
1005 – 1015: USSOCOM Overview
1015 – 1100: Dcode SBIR 101
1100 – 1130: Q&A Session
*Agenda is subject to change
- Learn more about SBIR/STTR: Click Here to Learn More
- Learn more about Dcode: Click Here to Learn More
- USSOCOM Overview Brief: Click Here to Download
- Dcode SBIR 101 Brief Slides: Click Here to Download
- Zoom Recording Link: Click Here to View (Password: SBIRDcode123!)
For event-related questions, please contact Claire Hawley email@example.com