Survey of Laboratories and Implementation of the Federal Defense Laboratory Diversification Program. Annex A. Department of the Army Domestic Technology Transfer
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR (DEFENSE RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING) WASHINGTON DC
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The Army considers Technology Transfer to be a very broadly defined term consistent with the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980. A key element of the Armys Technology Transfer program is, and always been, based on developing cooperative RD efforts. These collaborative efforts include Cooperative Research and Development Agreements. The report is structured into two sections as follows Section I includes, for each of the twelve Army activities, summary sheets which detail the particular activitys areas of expertise and their unique facilities. The summary sheets are followed by data sheets which describe the activitys efforts in technology transfer. These sheets do not completely describe the activitys efforts but provide examples of certain types of efforts that they are performing and how they relate to technology transfer. Finally, there are each activitys plans for enhancing technology transfer for FY 1994. Section II describes a few success stories of Army technologies commercialized by the private sector.
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