Congress has reauthorized the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program for another three years, despite some criticisms. A new report looks at how SBIR money is being spent, and on what.
- Michael Crosby, CEO of Leadership Connect, stated that the SBIR program is 16 percent more successful than its private sector peer.
- Health and Human Services, Department of Homeland Security and NASA are three of the main civilian offices contributing to the program, according to Crosby.
- He discussed the different attributes of the people who are making the decisions of the award recipients.
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This interview was sponsored by Leadership Connect