Gary Jahns, SBIR Program Manager, NASA

Report
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration
Gary C. Jahns, PhD
NASA SBIR/STTR Program Manager
Texas SBIR/STTR Summit & Conference
June 12, 2013
www.nasa.gov
Challenges for Deep Space Exploration
Why Invest in Space Technology?
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Enables a new class of NASA missions
beyond low Earth Orbit.
•
Delivers innovative solutions that
dramatically improve technological
capabilities for NASA and the Nation.
•
Develops technologies and capabilities that
make NASA’s missions more affordable
and more reliable.
•
Invests in the economy by creating markets
and spurring innovation for traditional and
emerging aerospace business.
•
Engages the brightest minds from
academia in solving NASA’s tough
technological challenges.
Value to NASA
Value to the Nation
Addresses National Needs
A generation of studies and reports
(40+ since 1980) document the need
for regular investment in new,
transformative space
technologies.
Who:
The NASA Workforce
Academia
Small Businesses
The Broader Aerospace Enterprise
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Space Technology Portfolio
Early Stage Innovation
Game Changing
Development (ETD/CSTD)
Technology
Demonstration
Missions (ETD/CSTD)
Small Spacecraft
Technologies
(CSTD)
Pioneering
Concepts/
Developing
Innovation
Community
Transformative &
Crosscutting
Technology
Breakthroughs
http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/home/index.html
Creating Markets &
Growing Innovation
Economy
Space Technology
Research Grant (CSTD)
Centennial Challenges
Prize (CSTD)
NASA Innovative
Advanced Concepts
(NIAC) (CSTD)
Small Business Innovation
Research & Small Business
Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR)
Center Innovation
Fund (CSTD)
Flight Opportunities
Program (CSTD)
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SBIR/STTR Agency Funding
All Agencies Combine ~2.6 B
*Others Indicate: DHS, DoC, DoT, EPA, ED, USDA,
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Participating NASA Centers
Glenn
Goddard
Headquarters
Ames
Langley
Dryden
Marshall
Jet
Propulsion
Laboratory
Kennedy
Stennis
Johnson
SBIR Mission Driven
Mission Directorates
Aeronautics Research (ARMD)
Associate Administrator: Jaiwon Shin
Human Exploration and Operations (HEOMD)
Associate Administrator: William Gerstenmaier
Science (SMD)
Associate Administrator: John Grunsfeld
Space Technology (STMD) NEW for PY13
Associate Administrator: Michael Gazarik
SBIR Technologies on Curiosity Rover
Yardney
Technical
Products,
Pawcatuck, CT
Creare, Hanover NH
Space-qualified vacuum pump
Starsys Research,
Boulder, CO
Lithium ion
batteries
Gearboxes for robotic arm
Honeybee
Robotics, NY, NY
Dust removal tool
inXitu, Campbell, CA
Grammatech, Ithica NY -
Chemistry
and Mineralogy
experiment (CheMin)
instrument
Software for rover operations
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Mars Exploration Rovers
Stardust and Orion/Dragon
Space Shuttle and ISS
Mars Phoenix Lander
SBIR/STTR Directly Contributes to NASA
Space Flight Missions
Aeronautics Research
ARMD Topics
• Aviation Safety
• Air Traffic Management Research and Development
(unmanned aircraft integration)
• Air Vehicle Technologies
ARMD Select Subtopics
• Air Traffic Management Research and Development
(NEXTGEN)
Human Exploration and Operations
HEOMD Topics (32 Subtopics)
• In-Situ Resource Utilization
• Space Transportation
• Life Support and Habitation Systems
• Extra-Vehicular Activity Technology
• Lightweight Spacecraft Materials and Structures
• Autonomous and Robotic Systems
• Entry, Descent, and Landing Technology
• High Efficiency Space Power Systems
• Space Communications and Navigation
• Ground Processing and ISS Utilization
• Radiation Prediction
• Human Research and Health Maintenance
HEOMD Select Subtopics
• High Power Electric Propulsion Systems
• Nano/Microsatellite Launch Vehicle Technology
• International Space Station Utilization
Science
SMD Topics (26 subtopics)
• Sensors, Detectors, and Instruments
• Advanced Telescope Systems
• Spacecraft and Platform Subsystems
• Information Technologies
SMD Select Subtopics
• Laser Transmitters and Receivers for Targeted Earth Science
Measurements
• Advanced Technology Telescope for Balloon Missions
• Extreme Environments Technology
STTR Technologies
STTR Topics
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Launch Propulsion Systems
In-Space Propulsion Technologies
Space Power and Energy Storage
Robotics, Tele-Robotics, and Autonomous Systems
Communication and Navigation
Human Health, Life Support, and Habitation Systems
Human Exploration Destination Systems
Science Instruments, Observatories, and Sensor Systems
Entry, Descent and Landing Systems
Nanotechnology
Modeling, Simulation, Information Technology and Processing
Materials, Structures, Mechanical Systems, and Manufacturing
Ground and Launch Systems
Thermal Management
Cross-cutting Aeronautics
Space Technology Technical Areas
TA01
TA08
TA02
TA09
TA03
TA10
TA04
TA11
TA05
TA12
TA06
TA13
TA07
TA14
2012 General & Select Solicitations
SBIR/STTR General Solicitation
SBIR Select Solicitation
www.sbir.nasa.gov
www.nasa.gov/spacetech
Also learn about NASA technology needs at NSPIRES:
http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/index.do
ROSES – Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences
http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/solicitations/summary.do?method=init&solId={01BFD3EE-87EF-FC55-1F52EB37A9F139F0}&path=open
NASA Aeronautics – NASA Research Announcement (NRA)
http://www.aeronautics.nasa.gov/nra.htm
Human Research Program (HRP) – HRP NRA
http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/humanresearch/research_info/overview/SMO_NRA_info_detail.html
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Phase I Contracts
SBIR
STTR
Maximum Contract Value
$125,000
$125,000
Period of Performance
6 months
12 months
Phase II Contracts
SBIR
STTR
Maximum Contract Value
$750,000
$750,000
Period of Performance
24 months
24 months
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Select Phase I Contracts
SBIR
Maximum Contract Value $200,000
Period of Performance
6 months
Select Phase II Contracts
SBIR
Maximum Contract Value $1,500,000
Period of Performance
24 months
Only Small Business Concerns (SBC) are invited to submit proposals.
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Phase II-Enhancement (II-E)
Phase II-E
Minimum non-SBIR/STTR Funding
Required for Eligibility for Matching in
Phase II-E
Corresponding SBIR/STTR
Program Contribution
Anticipated Period of
Additional Performance
$25,000
$25,000
6-12 Months
Maximum non-SBIR/STTR Funding to
be Matched by SBIR/STTR Program in
Phase II-E
Corresponding SBIR/STTR
Program Contribution
Anticipated Period of
Additional Performance
$125,000
$125,000
6-12 Months
Minimum Funding Required from nonSBIR/STTR NASA Source for Eligibility
for Matching in Phase II-X
Corresponding SBIR/STTR
Program Contribution
Anticipated Period of
Additional Performance
$75,000
$150,000
12-24 Months
Phase II-eXpanded (II-X)
Phase II-X
Maximum Funding Amount from nonCorresponding SBIR/STTR
SBIR/STTR NASA Source to be Matched
Program Contribution
in Phase II-X
Anticipated Period of
Additional Performance
$250,000
12-24 Months
$500,000
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Percent Selected Firms in Each Size Category
35%
SBIR
SBIR Select
50 to 99
100 to 249
STTR
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
one
2 to 9
10 to 24
25 to 49
• 14% first-time proposer/first-time selectees
• 24% first-time selectees
250 to 499
PY 2012 Phase I SBIR Selections –
Demographics by State
Number of Distinct States: 30
State
AL
AZ
CA
CO
CT
FL
GA
IL
KS
MA
MD
MI
MN
MO
MT
NC
NH
NJ
NM
NY
OH
OR
PA
SD
TX
UT
VA
WA
WI
WV
Total
SBIR
7
7
38
20
9
4
2
10
1
28
8
10
3
2
2
1
6
3
7
9
6
7
7
1
9
2
13
10
3
1
236
Select
1
1
6
1
~
~
~
~
~
3
1
1
~
~
1
~
1
~
~
~
~
1
~
~
1
~
5
1
2
~
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SBIR
General
SBIR Select
22
PY 2012 Phase I STTR Selections –
Demographics by State
Firm
State
AL
AZ
CA
CT
FL
KY
MA
MD
NH
NJ
OH
OK
PA
UT
VA
WA
Total
Award
s
Percent
4
12.1%
1
3.0%
6
18.2%
1
3.0%
2
6.1%
1
3.0%
2
6.1%
2
6.1%
1
3.0%
3
9.1%
1
3.0%
1
3.0%
2
6.1%
1
3.0%
4
12.1%
1
3.0%
33
100.0%
Firm and RI
RI
Award
State
s
Percent
AZ
1
3.0%
CA
3
9.1%
CO
1
3.0%
FL
3
9.1%
IL
2
6.1%
IN
1
3.0%
LA
1
3.0%
MA
1
3.0%
MD
1
3.0%
MN
1
3.0%
MS
2
6.1%
MT
1
3.0%
NC
2
6.1%
NM
1
3.0%
OH
2
6.1%
OK
1
3.0%
PA
3
9.1%
TN
1
3.0%
UT
2
6.1%
VA
2
6.1%
WA
1
3.0%
Total
33
100.0%
Firm only
RI only
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Texas Award Statistics
Texas SBIR and STTR Awards
(Program Year 2007-2012)
Total # of Awards
145
Total # of Phase I's
106
Total # of Phase II's
39
Total # of SBIRs
116
Total # of STTRs
29
Total Dollar Amount
$35,648,094.08
Average Dollar Amount
$245,848.92
Texas Award Statistics
Total Texas Award Dollars by Program Year
$10,000,000
$9,000,000
$8,000,000
$7,000,000
$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$0
$9,086,445
PY 12 Phase II awards
have not been selected.
$6,886,193
$6,598,914
$4,942,751
$5,014,833
$1,321,769
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Texas Selection Rate (Awards/Proposals)
40.0%
33.7%
35.0%
30.0%
32.6%
28.0%
25.0%
21.8%
20.0%
24.4%
19.3%
15.0%
11.6%
10.0%
5.0%
0.0%
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Overall
The NASA SBIR/STTR Homepage: www.sbir.nasa.gov
TechSource:
Perform
searches on
technology
keywords or
phrases in
funded NASA
SBIR/STTR
projects
•
Proposers
Information (FAQ)
•
Awardee
Information
(sources of
assistance)
Program News:
Proposal Submission
Dates, Selection
Announcements,
Solicitation Dates,
Newsletter Release,
etc.
* You can also find
upcoming events
listed on the
homepage
www.sbir.nasa.gov
1)
2)
Program
Contacts
including
Technology
Infusion
Managers at
each center
Participatio
n Guide:
short
introduction
to the
programs
On the homepage
SBIR/STTR
General
Solicitation
SBIR Select
Solicitation
www.sbir.nasa.gov
On the homepage
Archive of
Past
Solicitations
SBIR/STTR
General
Solicitation
SBIR Select
Solicitation
From the NASA SBIR/
STTR Homepage,
under the Handbooks
menu tab, click
Proposal
Submission EHB
Telephone: 301-937-0888
Email: [email protected]

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