Partnership Intermediary Agreement Funding

For the purposes of this section, “partnership intermediaries” means a state or local government agency or a non-profit organization owned, in whole or in part, by an organization they have chartered, funded in whole or in part or managed in whole or in part by a state or local government, which assists, advises, advises, evaluates or otherwise collaborates with small businesses; Higher education institutions within the meaning of Section 1141 (a) 1 title 20 or educational institutions within the meaning of Title 10, Section 2194 of Title 10, which have or may require technological assistance from a federal laboratory, including state programs, funds from cooperative agreements under Section 5121 (b) of the Highway Trade and Competitiveness Act 1988 and Competitiveness (15 U.C note 278l). The Griffiss Institute supports AFRL/RI through an Intermediate Partnership Agreement (PIA). A PIA is an agreement (contract or memorandum of understanding) between the government and an intermediary organization (government or local organization or non-profit organization). As partnership mediators, the IG provides services to AFRL/RI that increase the likelihood of success in implementing cooperative or collaborative activities with small businesses, universities and industry. Pia offers a wide range of licensing initiatives and other technology transfer initiatives. In particular, the AFRL/RI GI assists technology transfer (T2) in identifying appropriate afrl/RI technologies for CRADAs, EPAs, licensing and commercialization, as well as identifying new technologies in the private sector that AFRL/RI can use and transfer for operational use. Pub. L. 103-337, div. A, title II, No.

217 (f), October 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 2695, modified by pub. L. 105-261, div.C, title XXXI, No. 3136, October 17, 1998, 112 Stat. 2248; Pub. L. 111-84, div. A, title II, No. 254, October 28, 2009, 123 Stat. 2243, subject: . Title 20, mentioned in subsections a) (1) and c), was created by Pub.

L.L. 105-244, p. 3, Title I, No. 101 (b), Title VII, 702, Oct. 7, 1998, 112 Stat. 1585, 1616, 1803, effective October 1, 1998. However, the term “higher education institution” is defined in Section 1001 of Title 20, Education. The Air Technology Transfer Program (T2) was created to ensure that all air force scientific and technical activities facilitate the transfer or exchange of technology with governments and local governments, universities and industry. These activities enhance the economic competitiveness of the industry and promote the productivity of national and local governments while using research and development investments from the Ministry of Defence (DoD). They can also serve science by developing extensive areas of exploration and cooperation. Paragraph (b) of this section, which required the Secretary to include in each three-year report required pursuant to Section 3704 fifteen of that title a discussion and evaluation of activities conducted in accordance with this section, was omitted due to the end of the three-year reporting requirement.

See the coding note in Section 3704a of this title. 2000- below. (a) (1) pub. L.106-404, No. 9(1), inserted into educational institutions under Title 20, paragraph 1141, point a), or educational institutions within the meaning of Title 10, paragraph 2194, after “small businesses.”

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