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Heres one federal program where Wisconsin has gained some hard-earned ground

MADISON Its no secret Wisconsin fares poorly when it comes to attracting federal dollars. In annual 50-state rankings, Wisconsin scores in the bottom five in getting a return on the federal tax dollars its citizens send to Uncle Sam. In bringing home the bacon, Wisconsin is mostly oink and little pork.

The exceptions are those federal programs where Wisconsin research institutions and, i......

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The top 10 companies secured more than $840,000 in federal R&D awards. The largest award winner, Stratatech Corp. of Madison, won four awards totaling nearly $4.9 million.

The size of the average federal R&D award increased from $284,000 to $333,000.

More Wisconsin companies are converting Phase I awards into more lucrative Phase II awar......

Full article >>> ded how-to forums for interested companies. TechStar, an organization serving southeast Wisconsin, has added a SBIR-STTR specialist. This weeks Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference in Milwaukee will feature a fly-in for SBIR-STTR specialists from federal agencies. The word about how to apply is getting out.

Wisconsin may lag when it comes to traditional pork-barrel programs, but its high-te......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 05/31/04


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