Army's new intellectual property policy seeks to plan ahead

By Ashley Tressel / December 11, 2018 at 1:24 PM
The Army's new policy on intellectual property in acquisition intends to provide overarching guidance on how the service should consider IP in negotiations and better plan for sustainment, according to one of its authors. Bruce Jette, the Army's acquisition executive, announced the policy's creation this summer, saying it would take a "much more familiar approach to IP" that embraces private-sector standards. Alexis Ross, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for strategy and acquisition reform, who managed the job of...

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