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USDA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) - Phase I

 
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: 10.212
Sponsors
National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Deadlines
Nov 3, 2021
Contact

A list of contacts by topic area is provided in Appendix I of the application instructions.

Purpose

USDA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) - Phase I provides funding for research that focuses on the development of new technologies that address important problems affecting people, institutions, and communities in rural America.

Priority topic areas include:

  • Topic Area 8.1 - Forests and Related Resources
  • Topic Area 8.2 - Plant Production and Protection (Biology)
  • Topic Area 8.3 - Animal Production and Protection
  • Topic Area 8.4 - Conservation of Natural Resources
  • Topic Area 8.5 - Food Science and Nutrition
  • Topic Area 8.6 - Rural and Community Development
  • Topic Area 8.7 - Aquaculture
  • Topic Area 8.8 - Biofuels and Biobased Products
  • Topic Area 8.12 - Small and Mid-Size Farms
  • Topic Area 8.13 - Plant Production, and Protection (Engineering)

Rural health related research priorities include, but are not limited to:

  • Water and air quality
  • Methods for processing and packaging food to improve safety and nutritional quality
  • Programs and products that increase consumption of healthy foods, reduce obesity, and/or eliminate food deserts
  • Expanding broadband access in rural communities
Eligibility

Small businesses with less than 500 employees are eligible to apply.

A minimum of two-thirds of the research or analytical work, as determined by budget expenditures, must be performed by the proposing organization

Geographic coverage
Nationwide
Amount of funding

Award ceiling: $181,500
Project period: 8-20 months
Estimated total program funding: $12,000,000

Application process

Links to the full announcement, application instructions, and the online application process are available through grants.gov.

Tagged as
Agricultural health and safety · Broadband · Children and youth · Community and economic development · Elderly population · Environmental health · Food security and nutrition · Health workforce · Housing and homelessness · Human services · Obesity and weight control · People with disabilities · Poverty · Research methods and resources · Self-sufficiency · Technology for health and human services · Telehealth · Transportation · Veterans



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