Our April webinar topic addressed the common strings attached with your government grant or contract. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) clause 52.216-7 Allowable Costs is typically embedded in SBIR/STTR Phase II, R01, U01, R21, BAA, BARDA, IDIQ and ARPA-E awards.
Apr 8, 2016 11:07:37 AM
Apr 5, 2016 10:00:00 AM
You’ve received an SBIR award and you’re excited to get going on the project you proposed on – great!
First things first though, you need to make sure you address those accounting system requirements that go along with your SBIR award. There is a lot to maintaining a proper accounting system.
Oct 15, 2015 9:47:11 AM
Our October webinar topic addressed the common strings attached with your government grant or contract. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) clause 52.216-7 Allowable Costs is typically embedded in SBIR/STTR Phase II, R01, U01, R21, BAA, BARDA, IDIQ and ARPA-E awards.
Sep 25, 2015 5:27:00 PM
Each month, we host an informative webinar to ensure you protect your funds from the government. This week, we hosted a webinar on DCAA compliance accounting requirements for SBIR awardees.
Jun 26, 2014 3:34:00 PM
As part of our on-going involvement within the SBIR Program, two of our team members, Brian LaCroix and Tom Pistone, participated as volunteer proposal reviewers for the 2014 MassVentures SBIR START Program. The results of the proposals are now in, and congratulations to the 10 Stage 1 companies that won $100,000 grants from MassVentures, as well as the 4 Stage II Program winnners taking home $200,000 each! The Stage II winners will have the opportnity to compete for one of two Stage III awards of up to $500,000 each, based on their progress in bringing a product or service to the market.
Very exciting news for the Massachusetts Innovation Eco-system!
MassVentures Announces 2014 "START" Stage I & II Program Winners
MassVentures, announced today the 2014 START Stage I & II program winners. START, now in its third year, is a $6 million initiative funded by the Patrick Administration and administered by MassVentures to help growing companies commercialize technologies developed under SBIR and STTR contracts. The program is intended to help high-growth companies grow employment opportunities, promote manufacturing and commercialization, and stimulate innovation across the Commonwealth.
Each of the Stage I winners receieve $100,000. Each of the Stage II winners won $200,000 each, and in 12 months, they will compete for 1 of 2 $500,000 Stage III awards.
The Stage I winners are:
Jun 9, 2014 3:38:00 PM
Via CT Innovations:
Apr 23, 2014 1:00:00 PM
Ed Jameson was recently selected by Connecticut Innovations to provide a video resource to their start-up community on "How to Establish an SBIR Accounting System That Can Withstand A Government Audit".
Apr 16, 2014 10:48:00 AM
The National SBIR/STTR Conference is being in just 2 months. If you are a small business considering non-dilutive funding to build out your business and fund your R&D, this is the most influential event of the year and is not to be missed!
The event will be held at the Gaylord National Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland on June 14-16, only a few miles outside of Washington D.C. along the Potomac river. This event will be held in conjunction with it's larger event, the National Innovation Summit.
Mar 28, 2014 4:35:00 PM
A looming deadline is quickly approaching for Massachusetts SBIR/STTR Participants. START is a Program funded by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to assist Mass. Companies with SBIR Phase II funding to commercialize their technologies.
Mar 11, 2014 5:42:00 PM
Ed Jameson has been chosen to present on SBIR/STTR Grants & Contracts Accounting & Auditing at the 2014 kentucky SBIR-STTR Conference on Friday April 11th, 2014 in conjunction with Mahendra Jain of the Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation.
The presentation will begin at 2:05, and last approximately 45 min, along with one-on-one session availability for conference participants.