Army testing new IP policy with four key programs

By Ashley Tressel / June 18, 2019 at 5:06 PM
The Army has chosen four key systems to serve as "pathfinder programs" to inform its intellectual property implementation guidance. Alexis Ross, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for strategy and acquisition reform, told an audience at the Center for Strategic and International Studies today the Next Generation Squad Weapon, Integrated Visual Augmentation System, Precision Guidance Kit Anti-Jam and Future Long Range Assault Aircraft will serve as "models" for the service's new IP policy released late last year. Ross said her...

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