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Research and Development Deliverables Under Government Contracts, Grants, Cooperative Agreements and CRADAs: University Roles, Government Responsibilities and Contractor Rights


Danielle M. Conway


University of Maine School of Law

January 30, 2004

Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, Vol. IX, 2004

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Developing technology pursuant to government contracts is fertile ground for future innovation and licensing opportunities. While involvement in Federal procurement may seem complex, these avenues for technology development and dual-use licensing prove extremely profitable for businesses willing to engage the Government as a development partner. Congress departed from its tradition of retaining title to contractor inventions with the passage of the Bayh-Dole Act, 35 U.S.C. section 200 et seq. Pursuant to Bayh-Dole, Congress granted small business firms, universities, and other non-profit scientific and educational organizations the right to retain title to inventions made under federally funded research and development contracts and grants.

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Keywords: Government contracts, innovation, research development, grants, cooperative agreements, contractors cooperative, university, government


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Date posted: January 27, 2009 ; Last revised: July 13, 2014

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Conway, Danielle M., Research and Development Deliverables Under Government Contracts, Grants, Cooperative Agreements and CRADAs: University Roles, Government Responsibilities and Contractor Rights (January 30, 2004). Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, Vol. IX, 2004. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1333391

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University of Maine School of Law ( email )
246 Deering Avenue
Portland, ME 04102
United States
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