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by National Research Council,Policy and Global Affairs,Technology and Innovation: An Assessment of the Small Business Innovation Research Program Committee on Capitalizing on Science,Charles W. Wessner

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Author:
National Research Council,Policy and Global Affairs,Technology and Innovation: An Assessment of the Small Business Innovation Research Program Committee on Capitalizing on Science,Charles W. Wessner
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978-0309103411
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030910341X
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National Academies Press (April 15, 2007)
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Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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Policy and Global Affairs Division. The national academies press.

The SBIR program allocates . percent of 11 federal agencies' extramural R&D budgets to fund R&D projects by smallĀ .

Drawing substantially on new data collection, this book examines the SBIR program at the Department of Defense and makes recommendations for improvements.

public-private partnerships. government, including health, energy, the environment, and national defense. The book documents the achievements and challenges of the program and recommends programmatic changes to make the SBIR program even more effective in achieving its legislative goals.

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National Academies Press, Washington DC Google Scholar. In SBIR program diversity and assessment challenges. Report of a symposium. Nelson RR (1982) Government and technical progress: a cross-industry analysis.

Commercialization of successful SBIR awards is a key challenge for the program and represents an essential stepĀ .

Commercialization of successful SBIR awards is a key challenge for the program and represents an essential step in the program's contribution to government missions. The conference, captured in this report, contributed significantly to a better understanding of the obstacles and opportunities in this phase of the SBIR program and to legislation designed to address these challenges.

SBIR and the Phase III Challenge of Commercialization : Report of a Symposium. by: Wessner, Charles W. Published: (2009). Published: (1999).

Commercialization of successful SBIR awards is a key challenge for the program and represents an essential step in the program’s contribution to government missions. To better understand the challenges inherent in the conversion of promising research to useful products and processes, the National Research Council convened a conference focused on the commercialization of SBIR-funded innovations at DoD and NASA. A unique feature of the conference is that it brought together, for the first time, the program managers, small business leaders, and prime contractor personnel involved in commercializing the results of SBIR awards through procurement at DoD and NASA. These participants identified the challenges and highlighted existing and evolving best practices among successful cases in the third (or commercialization) phase of the SBIR program. The conference, captured in this report, contributed significantly to a better understanding of the obstacles and opportunities in this phase of the SBIR program and to legislation designed to address these challenges.