Pentagon's intellectual property debate with industry poised to continue

By Tony Bertuca  
January 16, 2019 at 2:04 PM
The Defense Department has received final recommendations from a special advisory panel on intellectual property rights indicating the struggle between defense contractors and the Pentagon over ownership and access to technical data is far from over. Though the congressionally mandated panel composed of government and industry personnel reached consensus on a host of topics, they identified three areas in which the debate over ownership and access to intellectual property remains unresolved, according to a 191-page report sent to the Office...

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