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This page is a launchpad for the Phase II application process in addition to managing your Phase I or II grant.

Current grantees and alumni, learn how you can help spread the word about the NSF SBIR/STTR program.

Phase I

Information for Current
Phase I Grantees

Phase I Grant General Conditions

CAAR Videos for Phase I Awardees:
Financial Capability, Accounting, and Phase II Budgeting

Supplemental Funding Opportunities

Phase I Reporting Requirements

**How to Apply for a Phase II Award**

Phase II

Information for Current
Phase II Grantees

Phase II Grant General Conditions

**Supplemental Funding Opportunities**

Phase II Reporting Requirements

Award Activities

Information for Both
Phase I & Phase II Grantees

Common Forms and Checklists

Revising a Budget

Time Extension (no cost extension)

Changes at Your Organization

Change of PI

About the National Science Foundation's Small Business Programs

At the National Science Foundation (NSF), Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) is an approximately $180-million program that catalyzes the commercialization of high-risk technological innovations via R&D grants to small businesses and startups. Through SBIR/STTR, NSF seeks to transform scientific discovery into societal and economic benefit. NSF is an independent, $7-billion federal agency that supports fundamental research and education across all fields of science and engineering.

This description is approved for use in press releases and other publications.