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									  DARPA       Defense Advanced Research Projects
                      Agency (DARPA)

                      M. Connie Jacobs
                     Program Manager
    Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program
    Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program
               and Small Business Advocate
DARPA/CMO                                Office: (703) 526-4162
3701 North Fairfax Drive                 Fax:    (703) 696-2208
Arlington, VA 22203-1714                 E-Mail: cjacobs@darpa.mil

            DARPA Home Page: http://www.darpa.mil
      D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program


               12 Federal Agencies

        Housing and Urban Development FY04

        Homeland Security FY04

               Approx $2 Billion

        Multiple Solicitation closing dates

   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                     SBIR Points of Contact

NASA             Mr. Carl Ray                     (202) 358-4652

DOD              Mr. Jeff Bond                    (703) 588-8516

NIH              Ms. Jo Anne Goodnight (301) 435-2688

NSF              Dr. Kesh Narayanan               (703) 292-7076

EPA              Mr. Jim Gallup                   (202) 564-6823


      D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                     SBIR Points of Contact               (cont.)


DOC           Mr. Joseph Bishop                    (301) 713-3565

DOE           Dr. Walter Warnick                   (301) 903-1414

DOA           Dr. Charles Cleland                  (202) 401-4002

DOEd           Info Not Available

DOT           Dr. Joe Henebury                     (617) 494-2051


      D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   SBIR Points of Contact               (cont.)


Housing and Urban Development                 To be announced



Homeland Security       To be announced




    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

   SBIR Participation
        Small Business (500 people or less) must be:
            Located in the United States
            All work performed in the US
            51% owned and controlled by US
               Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens
            Organized for Profit (ask for fee)


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

   SBIR Phase I statistics 


        69.1% of Phase I winners went to
          companies with 20 people or less


        41% of Phase I winners went to
          companies with 10 people or less


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

   THREE Phase Program
        Phase 1 Feasibility Study
            GENERALLY 6 months and $100K
        Phase 2 Proof-of-Principle – Prototype Dev.
            GENERALLY 2 Years and $750K
        Phase 3 Products, Production, Services,
            R/R&D or any combination


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

   Evaluation Criteria


        Soundness, Technical Merit & INNOVATION


        Qualifications of the PI and Staff


        Potential for Commercial Applications
          (The WARFIGHTER is the user in DoD)
   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

   DATA RIGHTS


        The Small Business retains ALL rights to DATA


        SBIR Technical Data Rights apply to ALL SBIR
         Awards: Phase I, Phase II and Phase III


        These Data Rights are Non-Negotiable
   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

                    Open Solicitations
                                   Proposal Due Dates
   Nat’l Inst of Health-Grants                  12/1/03
   Nat’l Inst of Health-Biodefense              12/1/03
   DoD FY04.01                                  1/15/04
   Dept of Energy                              1/6/04
   Dept of Commerce-NOAA                       1/14/04


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   Federal SBIR Program

                    Open Solicitations
                                   Proposal Due Dates
   Dept of Commerce –NIST                   1/15/04
   Dept of Education                        2/5/04
   DoD STTR                             4/15/04
   DoD SBIR FY04-2(new)                 6/17/04
   DoD SBIR FY04-3                           8/04


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H    PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA




        Department of Defense
           SBIR Program



   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                    DoD SBIR/STTR Program


    2004: SBIR = $900M; STTR = $80M
    9 Component SBIR Programs within DoD
     AIR FORCE                      DARPA
     ARMY                           OSD/DDR&E
     NAVY                           DTRA
     Missile Defense Agency         SOCOM
        National Geospatial Agency (was NIMA)

     D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   SBIR Points of Contact
                                    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
 DoD Program Manager - Mr. Jeff Bond (703) 588-8616
Air Force         Mr. Steve Guilfoos (937) 656-9062
Navy              Mr. Vinny Schaper (703) 696-8528
Army              Major Robert Miceli (703) 806-0965
DARPA             Ms. Connie Jacobs (703) 526-4162
Missile Defense
  Agency          Mr. Frank Rucky             (703) 697-3641


    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   SBIR and STTR POCs(cont.)
                                   DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
 DoD Program Manager – Jeff Bond                (703) 588-8616

 OSD DDR&E             Teresa Puretz            (703) 681-5486

 Defense Threat
 Reduction Agency       Ron Yoho                 (703) 325-9615

 Special Ops            Karen Pera               (813) 828-7549

 Nat Geospatial Agy     Derrick Riddle           (301) 227-1792
   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                  DOD SBIR FY 04.2 SBIR

                    NEW Solicitation

 WEB          OPENS             CLOSES

 March 04      May 04           Jun 17th 04
                                   (6:00 AM)

 http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir
 http://www.dodsbir.net

   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                  DOD SBIR FY 04.3 SBIR


 WEB                  OPENS                 CLOSES

 May 04              July 04                August 04
                                            (6:00 AM)

 http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir
 http://www.dodsbir.net

   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA




   SMALL BUSINESS
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
   (STTR) PROGRAM


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA               Small Business Technology
                     Transfer (STTR) Program

    PL 102-564 Signed October 28, 1992: Established
     STTR
    Reauthorized to FY2009
    .30% of Extramural 2004-2009
    Cooperative R&D
    Small Business and a University, FFRDC or
       Non-Profit


     D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                    STTR Program


    Mandatory partnership between a small
     business and a research institution (min. 40%
     small business, min. 30% research institution)
    Five federal agencies participate (DoD, NIH,
     NASA, DOE, NSF). FY2004 funding - $200M
    Must have written agreement allocating
     intellectual property rights.


     D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                  STTR vs. SBIR


   STTR                                     SBIR
                  Phase Is
 Generally 1 year            Generally 6/8 months
 SB has to perform           SB has to perform
  40% of the research           70% of the research
 MUST Collaborate            Collaboration NOT required
 Phase II $750K              Phase II $750K

   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                    DOD SBIR FY 04 STTR

                      WEB               OPENS        CLOSES

 STTR 2003            Jan 2, 04         Mar 1, 04    Apr 15, 04

 Army, Air Force, Navy, MDA and DARPA
     Approx. 90 topics
 http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir
    http://www.dodsbir.net
     D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA




   DEFENSE ADVANCED
   RESEARCH PROJECTS
    AGENCY (DARPA)


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                  DARPA’s MISSION

 o Solve National Level Problems


 o High-Risk, High-Payoff Technologies


 o Enable Operational Dominance




   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA         Defense Advanced Research Projects
                      Agency (DARPA)
                              Near Term R&D

Advanced Technology           Tactical Technology

Assured C3ISR                 Air/Space/Land Platforms
Maritime                      Unmanned Systems
Early Entry/Special           Space Operations
Forces                        Laser Systems
                              Future Combat Systems
Special Projects

Chem/Bio Def Systems
Counter Underground
Facilities
Space Sensors/Structures
Navigation/Sensors/ Signal
 Processing
     D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D    R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA        Defense Advanced Research Projects
                     Agency (DARPA)
                             Mid Term R&D

Information Exploitation

Sensors

Exploitation Systems

Command & Control

Planning / Logistics




    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA        Defense Advanced Research Projects
                     Agency (DARPA)
                              Far Term R&D


Defense Sciences              Information Processing Technology

Bio Warfare Defense           Cognitive Systems
 Technologies                 Computational - Perception
Biology                       Representation & Reasoning
Materials & Devices           Learning
Mathematics                   Natural Communication

Microsystems Technology

Electronics
Optoelectronics
MEMS
Combined Microsystems
     D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   The OTHER 97.2% of the money

   O DoD Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs)

        Contracts and Grants

   O Technical Dialogues, Short White Paper, Formal Proposal

   O Small Business Preferences

   O FedBizOpps      http://www.fedbizopps.gov/

   O DARPA BAAs www.darpa.mil “Solicitations”
   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                     DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Defense Sciences Office

   New materials
   Materials concepts
   Materials processing and devices
   Optical materials
   Self-healing, sensing and adapting materials
   Advanced mathematics
   Computational geometry and topology
   Electromagnetic modeling and simulation
   Quantum information science



    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D     R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                     DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Defense Sciences Office

   Biological Warfare Defense –
      Advanced medical diagnostics
      External protection for soldiers
      Medical countermeasures against known & unknown pathogens
      Protection, decontamination of materials and equipment
      Remote detection/characterization of biological substances
      Self-decontamination concepts
      Sensor technology




    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                      DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Defense Sciences Office

   Biology for Defense Applications
      Accelerated healing response of tissue
      Controlling biological systems
      Enhancing human performance
      Biodynamics and biological complexity
      Bio-inspired systems
      Cell and tissue based biosensors
      Human performance enhancement
      Hybrid biotic/abiotic systems



    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D     R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                     DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

     Information Processing Technology Office areas of interest


   Augmented Cognition
   Bio-Computation
   Data Intensive Systems
   High Productivity Computing Systems
   Mobile Autonomous Robot Software
   Quantum Information Science and Technology
   Software for Distributed Robotics
   Network Modeling an Simulation



    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D     R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                     DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

        Information Exploitation Office

   O all-weather, wide area search for vehicles and dismounts in
      all possible combat environments

   O precision identification of hostile, friendly, and neutral
      forces




    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D    R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                       DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Information Exploitation Office (Continued)

   O accurate tracking of potential targets and noncombatants
      near those targets

   O dynamic assignment and direction of weapons to engage targets

   O rapid and reliable assessment of engagements

        all in the context of Joint forces support




    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D       R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                       DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Microsystems Technology Office areas of Interest

   Automated design tools for integrated mixed signal microsystems
   Steered agile beams
   3-D imaging
   Solar blind detectors
   Advanced photonics
   Acoustic microsensors
   Distributed robotics
   Advanced lithography
   Micro power generation
   Ultra wide band array antennas
   MicroElectroMechanical Systems MEMS)


    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D       R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                      DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Special Projects Office
   – BAA03-14 closes 15 April 2004
   – counter the emerging threat of underground
     facilities
   – novel space technologies across the spectrum of
     space control applications including rapid access,
     space situational awareness, counterspace, and
     persistent tactical grade sensing approaches
     including extremely large space apertures and
     structures.

    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                      DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Special Projects Office
   – BAA03-14 (continued) closes 15 April 2004
   – provide full-scale protection systems against the
     threat of chemical and biological attack.
   – We are interested in efforts to defend against
     radiological weapons (so called - dirty bombs?)
     and is interested in concepts to defeat suicide
     bombers and to deal with urban threats.
   – advanced sensor systems and guidance and
     navigation technologies.

    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                      DARPA’s FY 04 CORE PROGRAMS

   Tactical Technology Office areas of interest

   Aeronautic systems
   Space systems
   Land systems
    Supporting technologies such as autonomous & semiautonomous
    operations, control, communications, sensors, weapons, power
    and propulsion
   Systems capable of new classes of missions
   Systems capable of robotic operations




    D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D     R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                            DARPA


             DARPA’s SBIR Program

   0 Phase I and Phase II nuances

   0 Phase I Gaps and Phase II Enhancements

   O Phase I and Phase II Adoptions




   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                  DARPA’s SBIR PROGRAM

   Phase I proposals shall not exceed $99,000
       o       Firm Fixed Price
       o       Generally 6/8 months
   Small businesses chosen for award are expected
     to start work within 28 days after receiving
     a contract
   The Aviation & Missile Command in Huntsville, AL
     awards DARPA SBIR Phase I contracts within
     30/45 days



   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                   DARPA’s SBIR PROGRAM

   Phase II’s are generally Cost + Fixed Fee

   Generally not to exceed $750K for a 2-year period

   The Aviation & Missile Command in Huntsville, AL
    awards DARPA SBIR Phase II contracts within
    approximately 3 months

   You must have an “acceptable” accounting system, you will
     undergo an audit


   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA
                  DARPA’s SBIR PROGRAM

   O At the request of a DARPA Program Manager, DARPA will
     fund a $50,000 Phase I gap effort to keep the small
     business working while we invite and review a Phase II
     proposal.

   O DARPA will match dollar for dollar up to $200K any
     third-party money invested in an SBIR Phase II.

   O At the request of a DARPA Program Manager, DARPA will
     adopt a Phase I or Phase II from an other SBIR Federal
     Agency, to help meet DARPA Program needs.
   D E FE N SE ADVAN CE D   R E S EAR C H   PROJECTS AGENCY
DARPA




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