Pentagon's new intellectual property chief gets to work

By Tony Bertuca  
December 2, 2019 at 5:00 AM
The Pentagon's new director of intellectual property began work last week focused on standing up a "cadre" of experts who can advise and train defense acquisition teams. Richard Gray, the new IP chief, comes out of the Defense Department's Office of the General Counsel, where he was DOD's sole IP lawyer, according to Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Mike Andrews. "His first task is to pull the 'cadre' together," Andrews said in an email. Gray will work for the office run...

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