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December 8, 2020 | International, Land

DoD SBIR/STTR Component BAA Open: Army SBIR BAA 21.4, Topic A214-001

The DoD Small Business and Technology Partnerships Office announces the opening of the following Broad Agency Announcement (BAA):
Army SBIR 21.4
• A214-001: Identifying and Enabling Emerging Technology Leaders
IMPORTANT DATES:
• December 8, 2020: BAA opens, begin submitting proposals in DSIP
• December 23, 2020: Topic Q&A (formerly SITIS) closes to new questions at 12:00 p.m. ET
• January 12, 2021: BAA closes, full proposals must be submitted in DSIP no later than 12:00 p.m. ET
The instructions and topics for these BAAs are available on DSIP at https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/login and at https://rt.cto.mil/rtl-small-business-resources/sbir-sttr/.
Please be sure to submit your proposals as early as possible in order to avoid unexpected delays due to high volume of traffic during the final hours before BAA close. Report system difficulties to the DSIP Help Desk IMMEDIATELY and include screenshots of any error messages received

[NEW!] DSIP Registration and Login
Effective August 13, 2020: The DoD SBIR/STTR Innovation Portal (DSIP) is now integrated with Login.gov – a government-wide registration platform that provides a seamless login experience.
ALL Small Business Concerns (SBCs) are required to register for a Login.gov account and link it to your DSIP account. If you already have a Login.gov account, simply link your existing account to DSIP. To set up your Login.gov account, click the “Login/Register” button on the DSIP homepage, here: https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/login.
NOTE: The email address you use for Login.gov should match the email address associated with your existing DSIP account. If you do not recall the email address associated with your DSIP account, or if you already have an existing Login.gov account using a different email address, you will need your Firm's DUNS number and your Firm PIN in order to link your Login.gov account with your DSIP account. If the email address associated with your existing DSIP account has been used for multiple DSIP accounts within your Firm, you will also need your Firm's DUNS number and your Firm PIN in order to link your Login.gov account with your DSIP account. The Firm PIN can be obtained from your Firm Admin. You can view the Firm Admin's contact information by entering your Firm's DUNS number when prompted. If you are the Firm Admin, please ensure that you contact all DSIP users in your Firm and provide them with the Firm PIN.
Job Aids and Help Videos are in the Learning & Support section of DSIP, here: https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/learning-support/training-materials. ALL SBCs MUST complete your Login.gov setup as soon as possible to avoid delays in submitting proposals in DSIP.
After setting up your Login.gov account, take a few minutes to log in and become familiar with DSIP.
• Returning users can log in from the DSIP homepage.
• For new program participants, follow the steps for New User Registration to create your account in DSIP.

Topic Q&A (formerly SITIS)
Proposers may submit technical questions through Topic Q&A page at https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/login. All questions and answers are posted electronically for general viewing. Topic Q&A will close to new questions on December 23, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. ET, but will remain active to view questions and answers related to the topics until the BAA close.
Proposers are advised to monitor Topic Q&A during the BAA period for questions and answers and frequently monitor DSIP for updates and amendments to the topics.

Learning & Support
Visit the Learning & Support section for Job Aids and Help Videos to guide you through submitting and viewing questions and answers in the Topic Q&A, preparing and submitting your proposal in DSIP, and more: https://www.dodsbirsttr.mil/submissions/learning-support/training-materials

DSIP Help Desk Contact Info
• Phone Number: 703-214-1333
• Email: DoDSBIRSupport@reisystems.com
• Non-Holiday Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET
• Please refer to the DSIP homepage for Help Desk availability on holidays.
Thank you for your interest in the DoD SBIR/STTR Program.
DoD SBIR/STTR Support Team

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