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Contractors Responsible for Burden of Proof on Asserted Rights Restrictions in Technical Data and Computer Software Delivered under Government Contracts

Posted by: Anne Lanteigne
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When a contractor submits a list of asserted restrictions on the Government’s rights in required-deliverable technical data (TD) and computer ...
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Benefitting the Public Using the Department of Defense’s Technology Transfer Program

Posted by: Anne Lanteigne
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The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has an active technology transfer (T2) program. The program aims to achieve practical application of DoD-funded ...
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Understanding the Goals and Phases of Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Programs

Posted by: Anne Lanteigne
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With the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, the Government seeks to support ...
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A Picked Apart Bid Proposal Can Be Vulnerable to Protest

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Ambiguity can create numerous issues. When a word, phrase or expression can be understood in two or more possible ways, misunderstandings between ...
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Eminent IT Protests Contract Award by Department of State

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Eminent IT, LLC, protested a contract award decision by the Department of State (DOS). The contract was for the maintenance, operation, and ...
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Company Size Matters with the Small Business Administration (SBA)

Posted by: Joe Whitcomb
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In government contracting, there are specific contracts reserved for small businesses. For a company to be eligible for these contracts, the business ...
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Unclear Request for Proposal Leads to Bid Protest

Posted by: Joe Whitcomb
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A Request for Proposal (RFP) is a document the government (and commercial companies) uses when soliciting responses from contractors on a particular ...
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