Phase II Matching Solicitation
OSCR provides critical bridge funding between Phase I and Phase II of the federal project - up to $25,000. A company may be eligible for Phase II funding if they have successfully completed their Phase I project and submitted a SBIR/STTR Phase II proposal. Companies eligible for SBIR Phase II matching must be an Oklahoma based small business enterprise that has received Phase I funding, submitted a final report and applied for federal Phase II funding. The funding levels are 50% of the federal SBIR Phase I award, up to a maximum of $25,000. Click on the solicitations below to learn more about eligibility and how to apply.
FY2015 SBIR Matching Funds
FY2015 STTR Matching Funds
When you download a solicitation, you will notice that it is made up of two sections:
- The first section is introductory material and instructions.
- The second section is the application form.
You should read this section carefully and follow all instructions. The instructions vary slightly between the programs and from year to year, so please read them each time you download a new solicitation.
The next step will be to complete your application. The application will consist of:
- The application forms
- The application requirements as described in the Section F of the solicitation instructions
Complete the application forms electronically. Complete the attachments fully and accurately. Please include the Zip+4 on all application forms. Do not leave blanks. If a question or statement does not apply, put “Not Applicable.” Your proposal may be submitted in person or by mail. It is your responsibility to ensure that OCAST receives the application by the deadline.
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