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Developing IP Licenses for Additive Manufacturing in Contested Environments

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    Event Date: 11 July 2024

    Event Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

    CLPs: 1.5

    Event Description: Join in the discussion with a panel of subject matter experts in Advanced Manufacturing (AM), depot level repair and Specially Negotiated License Rights.  

    Find out how to weave the intersection of these topics into your supply support and maintenance concept.  

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    Richard M. Gray, Director of the Intellectual Property Cadre, OSD

    Mr. Richard M. Gray

    Director of the Intellectual Property Cadre, OSD

    Mr. Richard M. Gray serves as the Director of the Intellectual Property (IP) Cadre in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment. In this Senior Level position, Mr. Gray is responsible for coordinating DoD-wide policy and guidance for the acquisition, licensing, and management of IP, and leading a cadre of cross-functional IP experts to provide advice and support to the Military Departments and other DoD components. He also chairs the Defense Acquisition Regulations Council's Patents, Data, and Copyrights Team, and serves as a subject matter expert for the Federal Acquisition Regulation Teams. 

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    Mrs. Tara Bell, Director of Policy (Acting), Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Product Support)

    Mrs. Tara Bell

    Director of Policy (Acting), Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Product Support)

    Mrs. Bell serves as the acting Director of Product Support Policy in the ODASD for Product Support. She leads the effort in developing and providing the DoD enterprise with policy, processes and procedures that fosters and enables effective product support planning and execution. She is responsible for updating policy, processes and guidance that aid Life Cycle Logisticians across the DoD enterprise with consolidated resources for product support management policy including general guidance and specific guidance for each of the six Adaptive Acquisition Framework pathways.

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    Rosemary Solomon, Sustainment and Technical Data Management Lead, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment

    Ms. Rosemary Solomon

    Sustainment and Technical Data Management Lead, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment

    Ms. Solomon serves as the Sustainment and Technical Data Management Lead for the Deputy Director for Intellectual Property (IP) Cadre, in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment. She is responsible for coordinating DoD-wide policy and guidance on product support and sustainment data-driven analyses required to tailor IP and technical data requirements to the unique characteristics of the program’s acquisition and product support strategies. 

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    George O. Winborne, Communications, Knowledge and Performance Management Lead, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment

    Mr. George O. Winborne

    Communications, Knowledge and Performance Management Lead, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment

    Mr. George O. Winborne serves as the Lead for Communications, Knowledge and Performance Management for the Department of Defense (DoD) Intellectual Property (IP) Cadre, in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (OUSD(A&S)). He leads efforts to develop and update intellectual property IP training and guidance for DoD in coordination with the Defense Acquisition University including integration of Modular Open System Approaches with contracting. He coordinates strategic communications with Congress and industry relating to DoD IP issues and supports acquisition programs with the development of strategies for the valuation and evaluation of IP.  

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    Dr. Jeffrey Gaddes AM SME DEVCOM Aviation and Missile Center

    Dr. Jeffrey Gaddes

    Advanced Manufacturing SME, Aviation ManTech, DEVCOM Aviation & Missile Center

    Dr. Jeffrey Gaddes leads the engineering team maturing airworthy additive manufacturing processes to improve aviation and missile systems. Dr. Gaddes operates AM research facilities and consults with program offices to facilitate smart adoption of AM.

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    John Freudenthal

    Mr. John Freudenthal

    Technical Chief for Improved Turbine Engine Program, Project Manager Aviation Turbine Engines, Program Executive Officer Aviation

    Mr. John Freudenthal is the Chief Engineer for the Improved Turbine Engine Program (ITEP), which is a Major Defense Acquisition Program currently in Engineering and Manufacturing Development.  The GE Aerospace T901-GE-900 engine is being developed and qualified to provide 50% more power with greater fuel efficiency than the T700-GE-701D engines which currently power the U.S. Army Black Hawk and Apache fleets.  The T901 design incorporates 11 additively manufactured components using metal laser powder bed fusion technology.


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