4 edition of Federal lab technology transfer found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Gordon R. Bopp.|
|Contributions||Bopp, Gordon R.|
|LC Classifications||T174.3 .F43 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||88001605|
The Federal Technology Transfer Act of (P.L. ) amended Stevenson-Wydler to accelerate technology transfer by requiring that personnel evaluations of federal laboratory scientists and engineers include information about their support for technology transfer activities and that GOGO laboratories pay in- ventors a minimum of a The FLC is planning a second shoot of the LabTech at Home environment to feature even more household innovations that were originally developed by federal agencies and labs and later introduced to the commercial marketplace. This is an ideal opportunity for any agency or laboratory looking to market their technology transfer successes to the.
Federal Technology Transfer Defined Technology transfer is the process by which knowledge, facilities, or capabilities developed under federal research and development (R&D) funding are utilized to fulfill public and private needs -- it can occur: Between the government and non-government entities. Federal Technology Transfer Act of Long title An Act to amend the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of to promote technology transfer by authorizing Government-operated laboratories to enter into cooperative research agreements and by establishing a Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer within the National Science Foundation, and for other purposes.
Assess, streamline, and accelerate the transfer of technology from Lab-to-Market: Identify critically needed improvements to Federal technology transfer policies, practices, and efforts Seek broad input from Federal R&D, intellectual property and technology transfer stakeholders. Tech Transfer: From the Lab to Main Street Tech transfer—sometimes called knowledge transfer—is the process by which those breakthroughs make it .
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Federal Technology Transfer Legislation and Policy (The Green Book) Federal Technology Transfer Legislation and Policy, more commonly known as “The Green Book,” provides the principal statutory and executive branch policies that constitute the framework of the federal technology transfer program.
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The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) is pleased to publish this sixth edition of Federal Technology Transfer Legislation and Policy (“The Green Book”), which provides the principal statutory, regulatory, and executive policies that constitute the framework of the federal technology transfer program.
Entrepreneurs can rapidly accelerate the growth of their companies and become more competitive by acquiring federal laboratory innovations. This book is an indispensable resource for those who want access to the latest breakthrough technologies, most of which can be traced to universities and federally funded by: 4.
Technology Transfer for Entrepreneurs: A Guide to Commercializing Federal Laboratory Innovations by Gross Clifford M. Allen Joseph P. () Hardcover 2/5(1). White Paper: Federal Laboratory Designations White Paper: Building a Foundation for Effective Technology Transfer through Integration with the Research Process White Paper: Basic Understanding of Intellectual Property.
13 rows Federal Laboratory Technology Transfer Summary Reports to The President and The. The Federal Laboratory Consortium's "Green Book" summarizes Technology Transfer legislation and executive orders since the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of The most recent pdf copy of the Green Book can be found here (PDF).
Overview of Federal Technology Transfer Federal laboratories continuously partner with many non-federal organizations in industry, academia, the non-profit sector, as well as state and local governments. Through these partnerships, Federal agencies are better able to transform the results of their research into economic and social value.
Technology transfer facilitates the practical application of Federal research directly through the transfer of laboratory results and by providing non-federal entities opportunities to partner with Federal laboratories on innovative research of mutual interest.
Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer. Charles came to the OSJA after an active duty career as a judge advocate with the U.S. Army. Most of his tours were served at Army Medical Department assignments. He was the initial editor and contributed to numerous articles over the years to the Army’s Medical-Legal Desk book.
A high-resolution image or illustration of the featured technology that showcases the R&D conducted at your lab (full size, dpi, and in one of the following formats: TIFF, JPEG, EPS, PSD, or AI) A photo caption explaining the technology’s scientific relevance and potential impact (Note: Captions MUST be words or less.).
A toolbox for accessing federal laboratory innovations and financing the acquisition of new technologies with corporate equity, this book is also a guide to understanding the expertise of specific government laboratories.
Entrepreneurs can rapidly accelerate the growth of their companies and become more competitive by acquiring federal laboratory innovations. Federal Lab Technology Transfer examines current technology transfer efforts between these two sectors and discusses the prospects for increased transfer to private companies.
and actively seek opportunities to transfer technology to industry, universities, and state and local governments Federal Technology Transfer Act of (FTTA) Makes tech transfer a responsibility of every federal laboratory scientist and engineer The National Competitiveness Technology Transfer Act.
Technology Transfer: Improving Incentives For Technology Transfer at Federal Laboratories T-RCED Published: Publicly Released: The Federal Technology Transfer Act Established and was the second major piece of legislation to focus directly on technology transfer.
The law also established a. between a federal laboratory and one or more nonfederal organizations. Federal agencies have varying authorities for other kinds of collaborative R&D relationships. Source(s) National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S.
Department of Commerce, Federal Laboratory Technology Transfer. covers Federal laboratory technology transfer activities through FY Periodic reporting to the President and Congress about the Federal laboratories’ technology transfer activities has been a statutory requirement since under the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 3.
From until recently, the Office of Technology. Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer. The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer facilitates knowledge and technology sharing across federal laboratories, and speeds the adoption of new knowledge and technologies in the wider economy by facilitating the sharing federal research with non-governmental public and private entities.
FLC—a nationwide consortium of federal labs—helps labs transfer technology to the private sector. In recent years, FLC created new initiatives to provide a clearinghouse—a central point for collecting and disseminating information—for technology transfer opportunities.The Federal Technology Transfer Act (FTTA) was enacted by Congress in and builds on the Stevenson-Wydler Act of FTTA improves access to federal laboratories by non-federal organizations.
It allows government inventors to patent their technologies and receive a share of the royalties when patents are licensed.