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Delivering Societal. Benefits: Outcomes from the U.S. Advanced. Technology Program. National Institute of Standards and Technology • Technology ...

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DeliverinieocltagS Bts: nefiomesOutcmf ore the U.S. Adecnavd Technology Program
Marc G. Stanley ATP Director 301 975-2162 marc.stanley@nist.gov | www.atp.nist.gov
French-American Foundation and the National Academies Perspectives on the U.S. Innovation System: ioutolEvs It,n Chalenewaeld Roposd Pr ,nagnsee March 1, 2005, Paris, France National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
ATP Mission 
Toccaereleatthe development ofevitaovnni technologiesfornolabrnatioad benefitthroughrtparsnepshiwith the private sector.
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
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National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
benefit Industry leadership in planning and implementing projects Project selection based on technical and economic merit Demonstrated need for ATP funding Requirement that projects have well-defined goals/sunset provisions Project selection rigorously competitive, based on peer review Program evaluation from the outset
Key Features of the ATP
ATP is Part of NIST
NIST assets include:
™ budget$858 million FY 2005 operating ™3,000 employees ™1,800 associates ™NIST laboratories: National measurement standards
™Advanced Technology Program: $2,269 million co-funding with industry since 1990 ™Manufacturing Extension Partnership: 400 centers nationwide to help small manufacturers ™Baldrige National Quality Award
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
Gaithersburg, MD
NIST Mission 
Strengthenthe U.S. economy
andverompithe quality of life
Boulder, CO
by working with industry to
develop and apply technology,
measurements, and standards.
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
requesting$14,708 Mfrom ATP 768 projects awardedwith1,511 participantsand an equal number of subcontractors 218 joint venturesand550 single companies $4,371 Mofhigh-risk researchfunded  share = $2,269 MPTA nIudtsyrs aherM 201,2$ = Small businesses are thriving  %fo66d bys leject proams lnisuessesb Over170 universitiesparticipate Over30 national laboratoriesparticipate Over1,171 patents
Since 1990 
ns,itiompet 4ocot4 et dmbti 429porplasous sAot t oal6,f 
ATP Projects: Market-Driven Solutions to Societys Technical Chalsgeen
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
Addressing a National Problem or Need
Evidence Federal funding plays a critical role in crossing theValley of Death ATP represents a more important element in bridging this gap than may have been appreciated VC, State Government and Universities only contribute between 8 and 16% toward early stage technology development ATP and SBIR account for between 21 and 25%
Lewis M. BranscombPhilip E. Auerswald Aetna Professor of Public PolicyAssistant Director, Science, And Corporate Management, emeritusTechnology, and Public Policy Program Kennedy School of Government, Harvard UniversityKennedy School of Government, Harvard University
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
National In go ynd adsarolhnec T etutitsdnatS fo
Estimated distribution of funding sources for early-stage technology development, based on restrictive and inclusive criteria
NoteThe proportional distribution across the main funding sources for early-stage: technology development is similar regardless of the use of restrictive or inclusive definitional criteria.
 Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
Two Major Criteria
Scientific and Technological Merit Technical innovation High technical risk with evidence of feasibility Detailed technical plan
Potential for Broad-Based Economic Benefits National economic benefits Need for ATP funding Pathway to economic benefits
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce
Inputs zATP funding zIndustry cost-share
ATP Measures Against Mission
EVALUATION
Outputs zR&D partnering zRisky, innovative technologies zS&T knowledge
Outcomes zAcceleration zCommercial activity
FEEDBACK
Impacts zBroad national economic benefits
National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce