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Most commonly used in a Sports setting - think baseball - the term 'Statsreferences the rigorous and systematic processing of data relevant to a particular field of endeavor. 
   In that context, quality analytical tools and careful definition of relevant types of Stats - also as in baseball - can support useful and sometimes powerful range of strategy development and relevant business decisions.
   Thinking about the diversity that is SBIR with over 23,500 technology-based companies - 6000+ currently active - across the full range of business applications as the equivalent to a "living lab" providing precisely these type of insights, usefully framing the discussion around
  • what SBIR Reauthorization should actually look like
  • how a particular agency's program efforts could (perhaps) be (more) productively managed
  • how most effectively to address the business development options of particular awardees 
  • by what means - as is the focus here - can we most efectively draw down more of the value of what SBIR Awardees collectively have created.
The idi SBIR systems:
Though still among the most comprehensive sources of searchable awards data - and arguably the very first such resource having been originally instituted in 1984 - it should be stressed that the primary focus of data collection for our powerful relational systems is compilation of a range of data indicative the technological capabilities and business condition of SBIR-STTR Awardees
   
To that end, whatever the extent of their SBIR-STTR involvement and current status, in our offline systems we meticulously keep the detail of the SBIR record, tracking a range of other useful data on every SBIR-STTR involved firm to include firms having out-grown the program or moved on to other endeavor as well as the most recent new awardees.  Systematicaly to mine the veritable treasure trove of information - collective and individual - we have developed (and continue to develop) useful routines, powerful algorithms, along with a range of other tools and techniques.
 
   Synopsis of elements tracked in idi SBIR-STTR relational databases
   Profile relevant data    Business condition: as applicable
Overview of SBIR-STTR Awardee: Business identifier and useful Company Business Profile; Year founded;  Background and source of technology-base (as relevant); Academic & other collaborations; Total complement of SBIR-STTR involvement by Souce, Year and Dollars;  Current Employment and Revenue range; Management team and staff: many with bios; Present SBIR-STTR status; Other federal funds activity; Business and professional recognitions & awards;  Other Names by which firm known or previously known; Full contact info to include address history
  • Patent holdings to include relevant filing and issuances info. Full Abstract, Claims and citations
  • Licensing activity Collaborations and Working Relationships
  • Extent, form and sources of Venture Capital
  • Overview of Mergers and Acquisitions activity
  • Publicly traded: IPO: Exchange, year and yield; post IPO funding 
  • Extensive Publication and Media coverage
  • Professional presentations and publications

SBIR TechBase® TechSeeker Registry®
Full complement of every SBIR-STTR Award and Awardee: 1983-present
Large/Mid-sized Corporations having working relationship(s) - current or former - with one- more SBIR-STTR Awardees
Tech Seekers: Profile plus extent of SBIR involvement
Tech Seekers: indication of Extent of Awardee involvement but - as yet - no developed Profile
You are actively encouraged to add to Tech Seeker-SBIR involvement profiles. Contact us.
     SBIR-STTR Awards:     114,167     SBIR-STTR Awardees:      24,478
     New entries: 
114,133 Awards 24,451 Firms
SBIR_STTR Awards:
menu-driven search
Alphabetized Listing of every Awardee
Company Registry:  menu-driven search
In DOD and NIH particularly, Phase II award may be on Phase I project begun 3-4 years earlier. By careful choice, therefore, the comprehensive SBIR-STTR tracking systems developed and maintained entirely with in-house sources by Innovation Development Institute LLC is project-grounded.  All related Phase IIs are tracked by relevance to original Phase I Award. 
Public Sector Players
TWO specially structured areas supporting Source Overview, Data Search capabilities and useful analyses.
State SBIR Support Offices
Federal SBIR Agency Offices
For each Brass Plate Office, option exists for that organization to assume the active Site Management role actively using the site: upload materials etc. 

Pro-active use of Full System Data

Though still among most comprehensive sources of searchable awards data - and arguably the very first such resource - it should be stressed the primary focus of data collection for our powerful relational systems is the compilation of a range of data indicative the technological capabilities and business condition of awardees.
    To that end, in our offline systems we track a range of other useful data on every SBIR-STTR involved firm to include firms long since out of business, those having out-grown the program or moved on to other endeavor.

  • Overview of SBIR-STTR Awardee:  Business identifier and useful Company Business Profile; Year founded; Employment and Revenue range; Management team - many with bios; Present SBIR status; other Names by which firm has been previously known; Address history

  • Patent holdings to include all relevant fiing and issuances info; Full Abstract and Claims; citations
  • Licensing activity in- and out
  • Extent, Form and Sources of Venture Capital as applicable: aggregate info and detailed analytics
  • Overview of Mergers and Acquisitions activity: aggregate info and analytics
  • Publicly traded listings - as applicable and to include IPO and post-IPO funding details
  • Extensive Publication and Media coverage; Professional presentations and publications

Public Sector players



At both Federal and State levels, Public Sector has considerable interest and involvement in SBIR-STTR: 
  • Federal agencies as the source of funding and, for mission agencies, often a first-adoption customer for developed technologies
  • State entities because - whatever the extent and scale of SBIR-STTR involvement - there is a sometimes considerable (rarely trivial) in-state economic impact.

The approach here has been to provide
  • useful search capabilities specific to Awardees in each Agency and in each State to include data elements that are not typically available elsewhere 
  • powerful analyses across a range of variables not compiled by any other source
Interesting in their own right - not previously published nor elsewhere available - this approach serves well to provide
  • valuable insights into how the Programs are being used, supported and managed by different sources and locations
  • with useful indications to those managing these efforts re. how they stack up against their peers and how they might learn from the approach of others

No-Cost Site Usage Low-Cost Subcription
Limited criteria searches
Limited live connections
Capped total yield per session
Multi-variable searches
Enhanced search criteria & data yield
Saved searches area
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Custom Reports (for fee): Individual Awardee Profiles*; Defined group Profiles; Aggregate data: awards and/or awardees
* immediate download