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DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY

SBIR 2006.2 Submission of Proposals


DARPA’s charter is to help maintain U.S. technological superiority over, and to prevent technological surprise by, its potential adversaries. Thus, the DARPA goal is to pursue as many highly imaginative and innovative research ideas and concepts with potential military and dual-use applicability as the budget and other factors will allow. In accordance with Executive Order 13329, DARPA is also pursuing manufacturing-related R&D through manufacturing processes, equipment and systems protection.


DARPA has identified technical topics to which small businesses may respond in the second fiscal year (FY) 2006 solicitation (FY 2006.2). Please note that these topics are UNCLASSIFIED and only UNCLASSIFIED proposals will be entertained. Although the topics are unclassified, the subject matter may be considered to be a “critical technology”. If you plan to employ NON-U.S. Citizens in the performance of a DARPA SBIR contract, please identify these individuals in your proposal as specified in Section 3.5.b(7) of the program solicitation. A list of the topics currently eligible for proposal submission is included in this section followed by full topic descriptions. These are the only topics for which proposals will be accepted at this time. The topics originated from DARPA technical program managers and are directly linked to their core research and development programs.


DARPA requires electronic submission of Cover Sheets, Technical and Cost proposals, and Company Commercialization Reports. Only proposals submitted through the on-line submission site at www.dodsbir.net/submission will be processed or considered for award. Proposals must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the DoD Program Solicitation at www.dodsbir.net/solicitation and the following instructions below.


PLEASE DO NOT ENCRYPT OR PASSWORD PROTECT YOUR TECHNICAL PROPOSAL


HELPFUL HINTS:

  1. Consider the file size of the technical proposal to allow sufficient time for uploading.

  2. Perform a virus check.

  3. Signature is no longer required at the time of submission.

  4. Submit a new/updated Company Commercialization Report.

  5. Please call the Toll Free SBIR Help Desk if you have submission problems: 866-724-7457

  6. DARPA will not accept proposal submissions by electronic facsimile (fax) or email.


DARPA Phase I awards will be Firm Fixed Price contracts.


Phase I proposals shall not exceed $99,000, and should be a 6-month effort.


DARPA Phase II proposals must be invited by the respective Phase I DARPA Program Manager (with the exception of Fast Track Phase II proposals – see Section 4.5 of this solicitation). Phase II invitations will be based on the technical results reflected in the Phase I draft and/or final report as evaluated by the DARPA Program Manager utilizing the criteria in Section 4.3. DARPA Phase II proposals must be structured as follows: the first 10-12 months (base effort) should be approximately $375,000; the second 10-12 months of incremental funding should also be approximately $375,000. The entire Phase II effort should generally not exceed $750,000.


It is expected that a majority of the Phase II contracts will be Cost Plus Fixed Fee. However, DARPA may choose to award a Firm Fixed Price Contract or an Other Transaction, on a case-by-case basis.


Prior to receiving a contract award, the small business MUST be registered in the Centralized Contractor Registration (CCR) Program. You may obtain registration information by calling 1-888-227-2423 or Internet at www.ccr.gov.


The responsibility for implementing DARPA’s SBIR Program rests in the Contracts Management Office. The DARPA SBIR Program Manager is Ms. Connie Jacobs.


SBIR proposals will be processed by the DARPA Contracts Management Office and distributed to the appropriate technical office within DARPA for evaluation and action.


DARPA selects proposals for funding based on technical merit and the evaluation criteria contained in this solicitation document. DARPA gives evaluation criterion a., “The soundness and technical merit of the proposed approach and its incremental progress toward topic or subtopic solution” (refer to section 4.2 Evaluation Criteria - Phase I), twice the weight of the other two evaluation criteria. GOVERNMENT TRANSITION OF THE PROPOSED EFFORT IS VERY, VERY IMPORTANT. THE SMALL BUSINESS SHOULD INCLUDE THEIR TRANSITION VISION IN THEIR COMMERCIALIZATION STRATEGY. THE SMALL BUSINESS MUST UNDERSTAND THE END USE OF THEIR EFFORT AND THE END USER, i.e., ARMY, NAVY, AF, SOCOM, ETC.


As funding is limited, DARPA reserves the right to select and fund only those proposals considered to be superior in overall technical quality and highly relevant to the DARPA mission. As a result, DARPA may fund more than one proposal in a specific topic area if the technical quality of the proposal(s) is deemed superior, or it may not fund any proposals in a topic area. Each proposal submitted to DARPA must have a topic number and must be responsive to only one topic.


Cost proposals will be considered to be binding for 180 days from closing date of solicitation.


Successful offerors will be expected to begin work no later than 30 days after contract award.


For planning purposes, the contract award process is normally completed within 45 to 60 days from issuance of the selection notification letter to Phase I offerors.


The DoD SBIR Program has implemented a Fast Track process for SBIR projects that attract matching cash from an outside investor for the Phase II SBIR effort, as well as for the interim effort between Phases I and II. Refer to Section 4.5 for Fast Track instructions. DARPA will process Fast Track Applications ANYTIME during the 6th month of the Phase I effort. The Fast Track Phase II proposal must be submitted no later than the last business day in the 7th month of the effort. Technical dialogues with DARPA Program Managers are encouraged to ensure research continuity. If a Phase II contract is awarded under the Fast Track program, the amount of the interim funding will be deducted from the Phase II award amount. It is expected that interim funding will generally not exceed $40,000.


DARPA FY2006.2 Phase I SBIR

Checklist


Page Numbering


Number all pages of your proposal consecutively ______

Total for each proposal is 25 pages inclusive of cost proposal and resumes.

Beyond the 25 page limit do not forward appendices, attachments and/or additional references.

Company Commercialization Report IS NOT included in the page count.


Proposal Format


b. Cover Sheet, Technical and Cost proposals, and Company Commercialization Report MUST be submitted electronically ______


c. Identification and Significance of Problem or Opportunity ______


d. Phase I Technical Objectives ______


e. Phase I Work Plan ______


f. Related Work ______


g. Relationship with Future Research and/or Development ______


h. Commercialization Strategy ______


i. Key Personnel, Resumes ______


j. Facilities/Equipment ______


k. Consultants ______


l. Prior, Current, or Pending Support ______


m. Cost Proposal ______


n. Company Commercialization ______


SUBJECT/WORD INDEX TO THE DARPA FY2006.2 TOPICS


Subject/Keyword Topic Number


3D 023


Adaptive filters 017

Agents 008, 009

Analog Links 014

Anomaly Detection 010

Antenna Remoting 014

Attention 007


Bandwidth Reduction 021

Beacons 019

Bistatic Receiver Space-Based Antenna 020


Change Detection 011

Chemical Power 019

Chemical/Bio Sensor 001

CMOS 021

Coatings 003

Cognitive Processing 007

Cognitive Systems 008, 009

Coherent Array 020

Collaborative Planning 012

Compressors 005


Development Tools 006

Distributed Algorithms 012

Dynamic Resource Allocation 012


Explosives 022

External Modulation 014


Fiber Optics 014

Foveated Vision 021

FPGA 006

Frequency Standard 002

FRET 004


Game Theory 012

Generator 005


High Temperature 003

High-Q Microcavity 017

Human Identification 011

Hyperspectral Imaging 002


Image Compression 021

Image Processing 021

Information Management 007

Infrared Imaging 015

ISR 011


Laser Diode Array 013

Laser Diode 013

Light Sources 019

Low Cost Sensor 015

Low-Loss Optical Polymer Materials 016


Manufacturing 005, 023

Medical Evacuation 005

MEMS 017

Microfluidics 001

Microwave Photonics 014

Molecular Spectroscopy 002

MTI 010

Multi-Modal Displays 007

Multi-Mode Discrimination 018

Multi-Stack 016


Nanocomposite 003

Nanofluidics 001

Negotiation Theory 012

Normalcy Modeling 010


Optical Modulators 014


Photonics Links 014

Polymer Modulators 016

Polymer Waveguides 016

Productivity Tools 006

Protein Conformations 004


Real-Time Deconfliction 012

Reconfigurable Processing Productivity 006

Resonant coupling 017

RF Devices 020

Robots 009


Sensor Fusion 018

Sensor Resource Management 010

Sensor 015, 22

Sensors 019, 23

Silicon-Germanium 015

Single-Molecule Spectroscopy 004

Small Satellite 020

Sparse Array 020

Statistical Pattern Analysis 010


Terahertz Source 002

Turbine Engine 003


Urban Sensing 011

User Interface Design 007


Weapons Detection 018

Workload 007
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