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Technology transfer from federal laboratories to the private sector
|Statement||prepared for U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Federal Technology Management, Washington, D.C. prepared by Gulf South Research Institute.|
|Contributions||Gulf South Research Institute., United States. Dept. of Commerce. Office of Federal Technology Management.|
|LC Classifications||T174.3 .T386 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||88115574|
The Regional Laboratory Award is presented to the management of a Mid-Continent member laboratory or facility that has provided exceptional support and encouragement to the transfer of federal technologies to the private sector. Such support and encouragement must have provided tangible benefit to the private sector and to the general public. Stevenson–Wydler Technology Innovation Act ()(PL ): requires federal laboratories to establish technology transfer offices and to set aside funds for technology transfer. Small Business Innovation Development Act of (PL ): requires federal agencies to provide special set aside funds for small business R&D.
Private Sector Engagement Improved clarity and use of best practices by Federal Laboratories would streamline Partnership Agreements; Private sector collaborations for translational R&D could be increased via Expanded Partnership Agreements; Federal Laboratories could accelerate technology maturation by attracting private sector investment through Non-Profit Foundations. The report offers a number of recommendations on how federal laboratories can improve cooperation with the private sector and facilitate the development and commercialization of new inventions. They focus on four mechanisms used at particular agencies that could be expanded across other agencies. Agreements for Commercializing Technology (ACT).
The OHS Technology Transfer Program provides an amount no greater than percent of the OHS Research and Development budget to the National Institute of Standard and Tests (NIST) as required by 15 U.S.C. § for the activities of the Federal Laboratory Consortium. K. The OHS Technology Transfer Program submits OHS input to The Annual. Technology Transfer is the intentional sharing of knowledge, expertise, equipment and other resources between different organizations for the purpose of further development and/or commercialization. The Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of established technology transfer as a mission of the federal government.
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Technology Transfer (T2) involves the movement of scientific discoveries and innovative technical knowledge from the federal laboratories to the private sector for commercialization.
How do we know, though, that T2 is occurring. Patenting, licensing, collaborative research agreements, publishing and contracting are all examples of T2 activity. This chapter departs from an emphasis on US federal laboratories to technology transfer activity from US federal agency sponsored private sector research.
The program of focus in the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) : Albert N. Link, Zachary T. Oliver. The authors describe how the private sector can engage these labs as long-term strategic partners, as well as development partners for the ongoing, cost-effective improvement of new technologies.
Jargon-free and succinct, this guide also explains how to benefit from knowledge of the current technology-transfer landscape in order to maximize 2/5(1). The case studies illustrate that bringing innovations derived from federally transferred technology to the private-sector marketplace takes time as well as the federal laboratories’ long-term commitment to investments in R&D.
Federal laboratory management may facilitate the success of technology transfer by providing resources, championing the to-be-transferred technologies, and Author: Christopher S. Hayter, Gretchen Jordan, Zack Oliver, Albert N. Link. Technology generated by this research may have application beyond agencies' immediate goals if commercialized by the private sector.
For example, federal research has contributed to innovative products, including antibiotics and the Internet. FLC—a nationwide consortium of federal labs—helps labs transfer technology to the private sector.
federal laboratories have adopted many innovative strategies to transfer technology to the private sector with the ultimate goal of commercialization.
Many agencies and laboratories have streamlined their technology transfer processes and increased their outreach activities use of partnership intermediary organizations through the with the. Since Congress has passed laws to facilitate the transfer of technology from federal laboratories to U.S. businesses.
In particular, the National Competitiveness Technology Transfer Act of authorized federal laboratories operated by contractors, including the Department of Energy's (DOE) national laboratories, to enter into. Federal technology transfer—the phase when innovations are transitioned from federal government labs to the commercial market—is in need of a transformation.
Learn about the government's role in the innovation economy to find a use for federally funded research in the commercial marketplace. FAA Technology Transfer (T2) is the process by which existing knowledge, innovations, or capabilities developed at FAA 's federal laboratories with federal funding are transferred and utilizied to fulfill other public and private economic needs.
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Abstract Abstract In this paper we review the legislative emphasis on technology transfers from U.S. federal laboratories, and we present a framework to describe how private sector firms benefit from the adoption of technologies from federal laboratories.
The concept of technology transfer from Federal laboratories is to get the ideas, inventions and technologies developed with tax dollars into the hands of the private sector as quickly as possible in a form useful to that community.
The Secretary of Defense shall encourage, to the extent consistent with national security objectives, the transfer of technology between laboratories and research centers of the Department of Defense and other Federal agencies, State and local governments, colleges and universities, and private persons in cases that are likely to result in accomplishing the objectives set forth in section.
(a) Agencies with Federal laboratories shall develop plans that establish performance goals to increase the number and pace of effective technology transfer and commercialization activities in partnership with non federal entities, including private.
Specifically identify and describe the outstanding cooperative effort by federal science and technology employees from laboratories representing two or more Federal agencies in the transfer of a specific technology, product, or service that has been adopted by and/or benefits another Federal agency or private sector entity for government or non.
The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) is the formally chartered, nationwide network of over federal laboratories, agencies, and research centers that fosters commercialization best practice strategies and opportunities for accelerating federal technologies from out of the labs and into the marketplace.
Technology transfer is important in the interests of industrial competition. The shift has been toward the promotion of collaborative research relationships between publicly supported scientists in universities and federal laboratories and those in the private sector.
(e) Establishment of Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (1) There is hereby established the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (hereinafter referred to as the "Consortium") which, in cooperation with Federal laboratories and the private sector, shall.
First, following on legislation of the early s that made technology transfer from federal agency laboratories to the private sector an explicit objective of federal policy, the Federal Technology Transfer Act authorized the establishment of cooperative research and development agreements (CRADAs) between government-operated.
Partnering with our Laboratories. The Technology Transfer program manager works closely with each laboratory on technology transfer matters. Read more about DHS laboratories.
Partnership Intermediaries. DHS has entered into partnership intermediary agreements with the purpose of: Identifying new technologies in the private sector that can be.
1. Identify the cooperative effort undertaken by the educational institution and federal laboratory to transfer a specific technology, product, or service that has been adopted by and/or benefits another federal agency or private sector entity for government or non-government use.
[60 points/1, words] 2. Partnership Agreements. Technology Transfer enables Federal agencies, the private sector, and other non-Federal entities to join forces so that: U.S.
industries have easy access to Federal research and development expertise and facilities; Federal agencies have access to private sector expertise and resources that complement their agency mission-driven research and development; and .and local governments and to the private sector. Each Federal agency which operates or directs one or more Federal laboratories or which conducts activities under sections and of title Federal Laboratory Consortium - Technology Transfer Contribution from DOE (FY ).
7 Table 2. Technology Metrics at DOE National.