Utah Technology Innovation Funding (UTIF) is a pilot program to support Utah small companies in their efforts to develop novel technology and products through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. Utah applicants and winners can apply for microgrants and nonrecourse loans during this pilot.
Eligible Phase I applicants may seek microgrants to offset the costs of writing an SBIR/STTR proposal.
Eligible Phase I winners may seek nonrecourse loans to help bridge the gap between Phase I and Phase II SBIR/STTR R&D efforts.
If you are new to Go Utah opportunities, please complete the New Portal User Request Form to receive login credentials. This process takes about 24 hours.
If you already have login credentials, you can access the Go Utah Portal by clicking on the Apply Now button, where you’ll find the applications for the SBIR/STTR Microgrant and the SBIR/STTR Gap Funding Nonrecourse Loan.
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Frequently asked questions, along with appropriate answers, will be added to the FAQ section below as they’re received and addressed.