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Federal Research: Information on the Government’s Right to Assert Ownership Control over Federally Funded Inventions
Anu K. Mittal (au)
Recipients of fed. research funds have the option to retain patents on any inventions they create using fed. funds. The gov’t. has the right to ensure that the public benefits from these fed. research investments. One of these rights is known as the “march-in” authority (MIA), which allows fed. agencies to take control of a patent when they have credible info. that certain conditions described in the act have been met. This report reviewed: (1) the policies and procedures used to determine whether MIA should be exercised; (2) how the MIA has been used; and (3) what barriers and disincentives have been encountered in exercising the MIA. Four agencies accounted for 89% of fed. research funding: DoD, DoE, NASA, and NIH.
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