With detailed instructions for every step – from getting started and registering to viewing, submitting, and tracking applications, this user guide helps applicants navigate and utilize the Grants.gov environment.
Each year the DOE prepares and submits a budget to Congress to fund initiatives consistent with DOE’s mission in regards to energy; science and innovation; and nuclear safety and security, as described on this site.
Download and use this checklist, which identifies the various components of your application that you must prepare, keeping in mind that it does not include every task required to submit an award-winning proposal.
DOE – Instructions for Completing a DOE SBIR/STTR Phase I Grant Application
Material Growth Partners specializes in commercialization of technologies, with a focus on industrial/commercial firms and physical sciences technologies such as chemicals, machining and metal forming, electronic devices, and environmental control systems, among many others.
Here you can learn about the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data.
ND – University of North Dakota Center for Innovation
With your MPIN, you can visit this site to download a proposal application package and your AOR can register with Grants.gov, which will generate an email to your SAM E-Business POC for approval – all of which can take 6 weeks.
RI – Rhode Island Science and Technology Advisory Council
This form can be used to satisfy the SBA requirement that an agreement exist between a Small Business Concern and a participating Research Institution concerning the allocation of property and commercialization rights.
Once you have your DUNS and EIN, you can start the 6-week SAM registration process by visiting this site, setting up an account, activating that account upon receiving an email, and then completing the registration process, to ultimately get an MPIN.
During the period between mid-February and mid-July there are no current DOE Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOA) to which you can respond. We have referred to this period as “Between”. During this time period we recommend that you take a look at the Tutorials under the Tutorial tab and learn more about items of particular interest.