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MISSION
The Army SBIR program is designed to provide small, high-tech
businesses the opportunity to propose innovative research and
development solutions in response to critical Army needs.
VISION
To be the Army’s premier source of innovative technology
solutions, providing direct access to America’s high-tech small
business research and development community, enabling our
Soldiers deployed around the world.
Army SBIR Overview
TEXAS SBIR/STTR
Summit & Conference
19 January 2012
M. John Smith
Program Manager
What is SBIR?
A congressionally mandated program…
• Across Federal Government (DoD, DoE, DHS,
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DoT, etc…) Title 15 USC, Sec 638
2.6% of Army’s FY12 RDT&E budget ($182M)
Increase small business participation in federally
funded R&D
Transition Federal R&D into:
– Government Programs
– Industry Initiatives
Army wide:
AMC, Research Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM)
Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC)
CoE, Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
MEDCOM, Medical Research and Materiel Command (MRMC)
Space & Missile Defense Command (SMDC)
DA G1, Army Research Institute (ARI)
Army Program Executive Offices (PEOs)
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ARMY SBIR Life Cycle
Transition is technology maturation from SBIR investment to Non-SBIR
government and/or commercial investment and ultimately into the hands of
our Soldiers.
Transition
Phase II
Phase I
Topics
A Technology
Requirement
Written by Army
Scientists & Engineers
across Army Labs, R&D
Centers and PEOs in
response to Soldier’s
Needs
Product: Feasibility Study
A short term effort to
determine viability of a
topic solution
(6 months, $100K)
3000 proposals, 300 Ph1
awards (10%)
Fast Track
$50K
Product: Prototype
Creation of a prototype to
validate & mature the topic
solution
(2 years, $1.0M)
150 Ph1s Invited &
Awarded Contracts (5%)
Army SBIR
Small Business Innovation Research
Soldier Critical Needs
R&D / Innovation / New Capability
S&T Challenge Areas (TEC-D assist)
SID-TFT Capability Gaps / TAIs
TRADOC TIEs, WFOs
PEO Roadmaps/T2 Initiatives
Soldier Solutions
Increased Operational Capabilities
Army Program of Record
ACAT I-IV Integration
Output to Field
Input from Field
Commercialization Pilot Program
(CPP, $500K-$1.0M)
Phase II Enhancements
(Ph2-E, $500K-$1.0M)
Phase III
Transition
Non-SBIR Funds
• Government
• Industry
Recent History
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Budget ($M)
$228
$233
$243
$243
$270
$265
$244
# Topics
258
246
238
216
213
204
176
3,142
3,110
3,449
3,241
# Phase I Proposals
Received
3,500 4,503 3,794
# Phase I Contracts
356
371
321
361
409
427
336
# Phase II Contracts
237
259
218
185
255
204
177
10
$5
32
$19
34
$16
25
$15
25
$15
25
$15
# Phase II Enhancements
Funds Invested ($M)
# CPP Projects
Funds Invested ($M)
25
$15
Topic Author Organizations
Organization
2011 Topic
Allocations
ARI
ARL
AMRDEC (A)
AMRDEC (M)
ARDEC
ATEC
CERDEC
ECBC
ERDC
MRMC
NSRDEC
SMDC
STTC
TARDEC
PEO AMMO
PEO AVIATION
PEO C3T
JPEO-CBD
PEO CS&CSS
PEO EIS
PEO GCS
PEO IEW&S
PEO M&S
PEO SOLDIER
PEO STRI
PEO Integration
Total
2
13
9
9
13
3
24
2
8
16
9
5
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
150
TARDEC, PEOCS&CSS, PEO-GCS
Warren, MI
NSRDEC
Natick, MA
ARDEC. PEO-Ammo
Picatinny, NJ
CERDEC, PEO-C3T, PEO-EIS,
PEO-IEW&S APG, MD
ATEC, AMSAA
APG, MD
ARO (ARL)
Raleigh, NC
ERDC
Vicksburg, MS
AMRDEC - Missiles,
SMDC,PEO-Aviation,
PEO-Missiles&Space
Huntsville, AL
STTC (ARL), PEO-STRI
Orlando, FL
Headquarters RDECOM – Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
AMRDEC – Aviation & Missile Research, Development & Engineering Center
AMSAA – Army Material Systems Analysis Activity
ARDEC – Armaments Research, Development & Engineering Center
ARL – Army Research Lab
ARO – Army Research Office
CERDEC – Communication - Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center
ECBC – Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
NSRDEC – Natick Soldier Research, Development & Engineering Center
STTC – Simulation and Training Technology Center
TARDEC – Tank and Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center
HQ RDECOM
(APG, MD)
ECBC
APG, MD
ARL Adelphi , MD
MRMC
Ft Detrick,
MD
AMRDEC - Aviation
Fort Eustis, VA
ARI McLean, VA
PEO-Soldier, Fort Belvoir, VA
SBIR Program Coordinators
SBIR Program Office
RDECOM
AMRDEC (A)
Vacant
AMRDEC (M)
Dawn Gratz - Lead
Buddy Thomas
ARDEC
Carol L’ Hommedieu - Lead
Ben Call
ARL
Mary Cantrill - Lead
Nicole Fox - ARO
Laurie Younger – ARO-STTR
Thao Pham – STTC
CERDEC
Pat Thomas - Lead
ECBC
Martha Weeks - Lead
Dhirajlal Parekh
NSRDEC-Natick
Arnold Boucher - Lead
Cathy Polito
TARDEC
Martin Novak - Lead
Headquarters RDECOM
John Smith – Program Manager
John Pucci – Operations Manager
Wanda Deans – Business Manager
PEOs
PEOs
PEO Ammunition
Vince Matrisciano
PEO CS &CSS
Heather Gruenewald
PEO Aviation
Dave Weller
PEO EIS
Hari Bezwada
Rajat Ray
Kathleen Fenk
PEO C3T
Angel Pomales-Crespo
Bob Golden
PEO GCS
Bill Gable
Peter Haniak
Jose Mabesa
PEO Missiles & Space
George Burruss
TRADOC*
Albert Crane
ATEC
Nancy Weinbrenner
Michael Orlowicz
SMDC
Denise Jones
PEO IEW&S
Todd Simkins
PEO Soldier
Todd Wendt
PEO STRI
Robert Forbis
* LIA and TRADOC
are Stakeholders but do
not award any SBIR
contracts
LIA*
Vince Marinelli
ERDC
Theresa Salls
MRMC
James Myers
Phase II Enhancements (Ph2-E) and
Commercialization Readiness Program (CRP)
• Purpose: To accelerate the transition to a useable technology.
• Provides SBIR funding to Ph2-E and CPP firms during their
open Phase II contract (Contract Modification).
• How?
– Ph2-E and CPP candidates are identified by the project’s Program Coordinator (PC) or
Contracting Officer Representative (COR), with PMO Support Staff (TAA) assistance
– The PC/COR compiles documentation needed for PMO to make a determination.
– Generally SBIR Ph2-E/CPP funding will not exceed $1.0M per request and funding is
subject to availability and a deliberate approval process.
– Matching funds from transition partners is strongly encouraged
• Activities funded:
– Further Research and Development and Technology Maturation
– Modifying and testing prototypes developed during Phase II
– Other activities that facilitate the transition of the project to Phase III
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