Getting to SBIR Phase III -- Winning a Congressional Earmark


Getting to SBIR Phase III:
Winning a Congressional Earmark

Last year, Congress set aside $18.3 billion in the federal budget for earmarks. With the right assistance, many SBIR Phase II technologies make excellent earmark projects.

In this webinar, earmark insider Alan Dillingham of Alchemy GS will show you how your company can tap into this opportunity. Leveraging his past House Appropriations Committee experience, Dillingham has played a direct role in winning earmarks for a wide array of technologies.

Webinar topics include:

  • How Congress appropriates funds for earmarked projects
  • Why SBIR Phase IIs make good earmark projects
  • Examples of successful SBIR Phase II earmark requests
  • Maximizing your company’s chances of winning an earmark


AlchemyGS Webinar

October 16, 2008 // 12:00 – 1:00 pm

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AlchemyGS Combines the right mix of lobbying and business development to create golden opportunities in the federal market for distinctive, breakthrough technologies.


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