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DAU Releases Source of Funding and Specially Negotiated License Videos Releases Source of Funding and Specially Negotiated License Videos2021-10-04T12:00:00Z Image.jpg, Image.jpg Image.jpg<div class="ExternalClass85EA4AB1385D4098A765CE6819B1D66C">Are you looking for a short discussion of how the source of development funding for technology acquired by DoD programs impacts the Government’s license rights in technical data and computer software? What about specially negotiated licenses? When should they be used? DAU has released two short videos addressing these topics. These videos are the first in a series of short, targeted learning resources on IP and data rights topics that DAU will release in the next several weeks.<br> <br> The first video is titled “Source of Funding Determinations for Non-Commercial Technology.”<br> It discusses three important questions pertaining to data rights funding determinations for non-commercial technology: How will funding for technology development affect the Government’s rights and our ability to execute our mission? How do I figure out development funding when both DoD and the contractor have funded development of different aspects of the technology? How can I use a Work Breakdown Structure ("WBS") or similar document to answer these questions? <br> <br> The second video is titled “Assessing the Business Case for Specially Negotiated Licenses.” The video describes the circumstances under which specially negotiated or customized commercial licenses should be considered and discusses three issues: (1) What is a specially negotiated or customized commercial license? (2) When should you consider or propose a specially negotiated or customized commercial license? (3) How do you assess a proposed specially negotiated or customized commercial license to decide whether the Government should agree to the license?<br> <br> DAU hopes you find these videos useful as you consider how the source of development funding and specially negotiated licenses may impact your organization’s licensing rights in technology needed for mission requirements. The videos are available on DAU’s IP Community of Practice webpage under “Featured Multi-media” - <a href="/cop/ipdr/Pages/Default.aspx"></a>.<br> <br> Please contact DAU’s IP Team at <a href=""></a> if you have any questions.<br> <br> <strong><em>Stay tuned for other videos in the series on important Intellectual Property and Data Rights topics! </em></strong></div>string;#/training/career-development/program-management/blog/DAU-Releases-Source-of-Funding-and-Specially-Negotiated-License-Videos
More Than 900 Transferring From Army, Navy, And Marine Corps To Space Force Than 900 Transferring From Army, Navy, And Marine Corps To Space Force2021-10-04T12:00:00Z Force No Explain.jpg, Force No Explain.jpg Force No Explain.jpg<div class="ExternalClassF6CFDDE6351A4FD783874203DD7FF5BD">The Space Force, working with the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, has selected 670 active-duty service members and 259 civilians to transfer into the Space Force during fiscal year 2022. These volunteers come from the pool of candidates who applied in March 2021 and members who are currently assigned to Army and Navy units slated to transfer into the new service. These new selects join the initial 50 selects announced in June 2021 and once transferred into the Space Force, they will account for about seven percent of the service, which totals nearly 13,000 military and civilians today. Military transfers will be matched to Space Force specialties– space operations, intelligence, cyber, engineering and acquisition. Separate actions will occur in fiscal years ’22 and ’23 to realign additional space missions and units from across the Department of Defense to the Space Force.</div>string;#/training/career-development/program-management/blog/More-Than-900-Transferring-From-Army,-Navy,-And-Marine-Corps-To-Space-Force
Could Be Perfect Storm For Space Acquisition Be Perfect Storm For Space Acquisition2021-09-08T12:00:00Z Force No Explain.jpg, Force No Explain.jpg Force No Explain.jpg<div class="ExternalClass476900AEA14C4D0D8FDA4AF570F1F300">According to the Aerospace Corporation's CEO, the speedy commercialization of space and the recent Space Force stand-up are two key components for change in how we acquire our national security space systems. The Aerospace Corporation is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) focused on supporting our nation's key space programs. <a href="">See the full article</a>.</div>string;#/training/career-development/program-management/blog/Could-Be-Perfect-Storm-For-Space-Acquisition
Space Force Activates STARCOM Force Activates STARCOM2021-09-08T12:00:00Z Force No Explain.jpg, Force No Explain.jpg Force No Explain.jpg<div class="ExternalClassC633B51232F14B18ADF00F8BF8D84228">The Space Force activated <a href="">Space Training and Readiness Command (STARCOM) </a>on 23 Aug 2021. The Chief of Space Operations said, "Today marks a significant milestone for the U.S. Space Force, The stand-up of STARCOM is a critical step in aligning education, training, and test and evaluation units under one command, in support of the nation's newest military Service. With our three field commands and commanders now in place, we continue to transition from inventing the force to integrating it, with a targeted focus on developing combat-ready space forces and delivering critical space warfighting capabilities to joint and coalition forces." STARCOM's five goals are: build the USSF training enterprise, develop a domain-focused education enterprise, develop space doctrine and tactics, build the test and range infrastructure, and develop and reinforce Space Force culture. It will accomplish these goals through the missions of its five subordinate deltas, which are organized around a specific function, such as test, doctrine, training, etc.</div>string;#/training/career-development/program-management/blog/Space-Force-Activates-STARCOM

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