SF298 Final Report
- How is the SF298 Final Report Form used in the final report?
- A final report is required for each Phase I project. The report must contain in detail the project objectives, work performed, results obtained, and estimates of technical feasibility. A completed SF 298, "Report Documentation Page", will be used as the first page of the report. The SF 298 Report Documentation Page may be prepared and printed from the link located in your main menu on the DoD electronic submission Web Site. DoD specific instructions for filling out the SF 298 form can be located at the following link SF 298 Instructions. The SF 298 Form is used by the Department of Defense to announce and catalog reports and must be included as the first page of you Phase I or Phase II final reports. The SF298 is the first page of the final report which is submitted in accordance with Component instructions.
- How do I submit the SF 298 Report Form to the agency?
- The SF 298 Final Report Form must be submitted in hard copy through the mail as part of the final report. The company shall submit FIVE COPIES of the final report on each Phase I project to the DoD in accordance with the negotiated delivery schedule. Delivery will normally be within thirty days after completion of the Phase I technical effort. The company shall, at the same time, submit ONE ADDITIONAL COPY of each report directly to the DTIC (unless instructed otherwise by the sponsoring DoD activity in the Phase I contract):
Defense Technical Information Center
8725 John J Kingman Road, Suite 0944
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-6218.
- Are there any specific instructions to be used in completing as SF298 Final Report Form for the DoD SBIR Program?
- For each unclassified report, the company submitting the report should fill in block 12a (Distribution/Availability Statement) of the SF298, "Report Documentation Page" with one of the following statements: (a) Approved for public release; distribution unlimited. (b)Distribution authorized to U.S. Government Agencies only; contains proprietary information. Note: Data developed under a SBIR contract is subject to SBIR Data Rights which allows for protection under DFARS 252.227-7018. The sponsoring DoD activity, after reviewing the company's entry in block 12a, has final responsibility for assigning a distribution statement.
Block 13 For each SBIR OR STTR Abstract. Include a brief (maximum 200 words) factual summary of the significant information contained in most the report. The abstract must include as the first sentence, "Report developed under SBIR OR STTR contract for topic [insert solicitation topic number]". The abstract will be published by the DoD, it must not contain any proprietary data.
Block 14 For each SBIR OR STTR Subject Terms. Keywords or phrases identifying major subjects in the report. Block 14 must include the term "SBIR OR STTR Report".