ITECS helps our clients get government funding through partnering with the government, licensing technologies, winning grant proposals, and/or participating in consortiums and federal agency roadmaps. For the fifteen years, ITECS has helped some of the world’s most successful companies and universities do business with the government, assisting them in securing over $400 million in R&D and capital funds.
ITECS review and analyze our client’s technology portfolios and core platforms and identify partnering opportunities, potential intellectual properties, along with funding opportunities. ITECS than facilitates connections to the appropriate fund keepers and agency program managers to position the clients technology.
During the pursuit of funding, it is necessary to prepare grants. ITECS can help develop a value proposition for the proposal, manage the proposal writing process, and provide experienced grant writers to write and edit the proposal. This will ensure that the proposal fits the guidelines of the request and has a clear value proposition that is reinforced throughout the entire document.
Some of our clients do not have experience with managing government contracts. ITECS can provide technical writers, accountants, and lawyers to ensure that the right deal is made and the resultant contract is executed to meet both the clients need and the government needs. Not only does this give our clients peace of mind but, in most cases, the cost of the service can be paid for from the monies received by the government
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