America's DataHub Innovation Challenge and Prize
Align With The Federal Statistical System
Join the first ever innovation acceleration challenge for America's DataHub Consortium (ADC), representing the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES) - the National Science Foundation's (NSF) statistical agency and one of 13 statistical agencies across the Federal government. These statistical agencies collect, analyze, and distribute data on myriad topics, including: technology, innovation, energy, health, employment, crime, and more.
This Challenge seeks the tools of new data integration and distribution solutions, data linking, as well as data security and privacy innovation, in order to more effectively use information to solve some of our toughest challenges.
Pitch your technologies and solutions, and connect with representatives from relevant government agencies, ADC representatives and members, as well as leading corporate and investment partners for a chance to earn prize money. We will invite qualified participants to begin other arrangement (OA) conversations with the goal of deploying robust and effective technologies across various evidence-building challenges.
Who Should Apply
Innovators representing technologies in the areas of AI/ML for data integration, data linking, data access, data dashboards, data security and privacy, novel analytics, or data distribution systems are ideal entrants for this Challenge.
Submit and pitch your solution to top investment and industry scouts, as well as federal agencies and members affiliated with America's DataHub Consortium.
Dates & DeadlinesSubmissions open: May 5, 2022
Informational webinar on Vimeo.
Finalists will receive an invitation to pitch at Defense TechConnect Innovation Conference in Washington, D.C.
Date: September 27, 2022
About America's Datahub Consortium
America's DataHub Consortium (ADC) strengthens, supports, and advances the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES) mission by engaging in ground-breaking activities related to data access and sharing, infrastructure, and analysis across the broad landscape of the science and engineering enterprise. The consortium's primary objectives are to:
Sponsors & Partners
2022 SBIR/STTR Agency Partners
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