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Hacking Program Management Series: Government Intellectual Property Rights Part 2: DoD's Viewpoint

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    Please use this LINK to view the recording Full Screen.

    Attend: Program managers at all levels, including both government and military personnel. 

    CLPs: 1

    Topic: Every member of DoD's Acquisition workforce, and especially PMs, KOs, Engineers, and Logisticians are forced to deal with the concept of Government Intellectual Property Rights at some point in their career.  It is becoming impossible to execute a program today without needing more data than their Prime Contractor is willing to share.  As emerging processes, technologies, and capabilities like Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA), and Digital Twins quickly become the Gold Standard for development, manufacturing and sustainment, DoD requirements for technical data are changing.  DoD is trying to proactively (or in a growing number of programs, reactively) trying to change the narrative associated with Government Intellectual Property Rights from "just get all the Government Purpose Rights" to working with our Industry partners to identify the "real" requirements for each program according to the needs of the warfighter to operate and maintain the systems that we develop while staying within the total acquisition budget allocated to that system.

    Speaker(s): 

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    Mr. Rodney Davis, Acting Deputy US Army Program Executive Officer (PEO), Aviation

    Mr. Davis received his commission from the United States Military Academy in 1990 as an Aviation Officer.  Mr. Davis has served in Kuwait as a Contracting Officer, several times at different levels as program manager of Army Aviation programs, and as an Administrative Contracting Officer in Iraq in support of the U.S. Marines and in Afghanistan for the Combined Forces HQ in Kabul. Mr. Davis holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from the United States Military Academy and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Virginia. He is also a graduate of the Command & General Staff College and is Level III certified in Program Management and Contracting. He completed the Program Manager's Course at DAU's Defense Systems Management College in 2012.


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    Mr. George Winborne, Lead for Communications, Knowledge and Performance Management, Intellectual Property Cadre 

    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. He had fifteen years of experience as an IP attorney for the U.S. Army supporting acquisitions, sustainment, technology transfer, and litigation.  Prior to the Army, he was a patent attorney at two major law firms doing IP litigation and licensing, and patent prosecution.  He has a Master's Degree in solid-state physics.



    Ms. Vicki Allums, ESQ., DAU Intellectual Property Learning Director 

    Vicki Allums has extensive policy and legal experience as a government and non-profit corporate attorney practicing in the areas of domestic and international intellectual property (IP), licensing, IP enforcement, international trade, cyber law, cybersecurity and information security matters. She is currently Learning Director for Intellectual Property at Defense Acquisition University, where she has oversight for DAU’s IP and Data rights curriculum and provides mission assistance to DoD program offices. Her other government experience includes working as Associate General Counsel for Intellectual Property and Information Law at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), senior attorney in the Office of Legislative and International Affairs at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and senior attorney in the Intellectual Property Branch at U.S. Customs. Ms. Allums also served as Associate General Counsel on the Executive Office team at The American Institute of Architects (“AIA”) and Assistant General Counsel at National Public Radio, Inc. (“NPR”).


    Moderator: 

    Dr. Steven Moore, DAU Professor of Program Management


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