Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)
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SBIR/STTR Program Reports

Program Reports

Encouraging Innovation in Manufacturing - NIH Update of Activities for the Executive Order 13329

July 28, 2006 NIH Update of Activities for the Executive Order 13329: Encouraging Innovation in Manufacturing (FY 05 Submittal) (MS Word - 149 KB)

Encouraging Innovation in Manufacturing - NIH Implementation of EO 13329 

April 25, 2005 Report from the National Institutes of Health on the Implementation of Executive Order 13329 (MS Word - 79 KB)

National Survey to Evaluate the NIH SBIR Program

October 17, 2003 NOTE: The National Survey to Evaluate the NIH SBIR Program report (PDF - 1 MB) file has been replaced. A typographical error in Section 3.2.3 "Satisfaction with NIH SBIR Program" (page 3-26) has been corrected.

Through the SBIR Program, small businesses have contributed to the NIH mission of improving human health through biomedical and behavioral research, while enhancing the commercial potential and societal import of their technological innovations. The National Survey to Evaluate the NIH SBIR Program report (PDF - 1 MB) and Appendices (PDF - 1.4 MB) detail the NIH SBIR Program. It includes statistics and program results from companies that received Phase II awards between 1992 and 2001. A special note of appreciation goes to the SBIR awardees who so willingly participated in the study to describe their experiences with the SBIR program and their project outcomes. 

NIH will continue to monitor SBIR/STTR program outcomes. If your firm has been a participant of NIH's SBIR/STTR programs, we would like to hear if you have achieved success in your endeavors. To submit a success story, click here.