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AFWERX is a catalyst for agile Air Force engagement across industry, academia and non-traditional contributors to create transformative opportunities and foster an Air Force culture of innovation.
Includes SITIS (SBIR/STTR Interactive Topic Information Search) as well as other valuable program information.
All firms must be registered on this site in order to submit SBIR/STTR proposals.
Various resources for small businesses, agencies, investors, etc. as well as news on SBIR/STTR legislation and more.
View these resources for tips on how to prepare your proposal
Numerous guidelines and resources for small businesses doing business with the DoD
US SBA Homepage – access to Services, Tools and Local Resources.
Valuable resources and tools for doing business with the USAF, Overview of SBIR and STTR Programs as well as Training Opportunities.
Online training courses for small businesses working or wanting to work with the US Government.
Source of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), including the FASAB Handbook.
These sites have now been consolidated under the System Award for Management (SAM). The adjacent link provides additional information.
NOTE: This site has replaced the former Central Contractor Registry (CCR) and Online Representation and Certification (ORCA) websites. Prior CCR registration is still valid.
Provides technical information to small businesses engaged in Department of Defense SBIR/STTR programs.
A communications resource to provide industry with improved insight into the Research and Engineering investment priorities of the Department of Defense (DoD).
AFRL has established Small Business offices at each AFRL site to assist small businesses in marketing to the laboratory. Additionally, small business
liaisons at each Wright Research Site technology directorate are available to discuss specific business opportunities within a variety of technology disciplines.
Free and open business events hosted by the Small Business Hub to drive opportunity discovery and identify supporting resources.
Find local Small Business Development Centers.