What is the South Carolina Research Authority??
The South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) chartered in 1983 by the South Carolina General Assembly as a public, non-profit corporation, SCRA fosters South Carolina's Innovation Economy by supporting entrepreneurs, enabling academic research and its commercialization, and connecting industry to innovators.
What does SCRA stand for??
ABOUT US. Chartered by the state of South Carolina in 1983, South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) is a public, non-profit corporation that fuels South Carolina’s innovation economy.
How is SCRA funded??
In 1983 the South Carolina General Assembly made a one-time grant of $500,000 and 1,400 acres of undeveloped land to form SCRA. SCRA has been self-sustaining since inception, relying on mostly on fees earned on the applied research programs it creates and leads.
Who is the director of Finance and administration at South Carolina??
About the author: John Sircy is the Director of Finance and Administration at the South Carolina Research Authority. He has served as a senior financial executive in banking, industry and higher education. Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!