In reaction to a Congressional mandate, the nationwide examine Council performed a evaluation of the Small company Innovation examine software (SBIR) on the 5 federal organizations with SBIR courses with budgets in far more than $100 million (DOD, NIH, NASA, DOE, and NSF). The undertaking used to be designed to reply to questions of software operation and effectiveness, together with the standard of the examine tasks being carried out below the SBIR application, the commercialization of the study, and the program's contribution to reaching supplier missions. the 1st in a chain to be released based on the Congressional request, this document summarizes the displays at a symposium convened at first of the undertaking. The file presents a finished evaluation of the SBIR programâ€™s operations on the 5 businesses accountable for ninety six percentage of the programâ€™s operations.
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