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Technology Transfer: Federal Laboratory Consortium Should Increase Communication with Potential Customers to Improve Initiatives
John Neumann (au)
The federal government spends about one-third of its annual $145 billion research and development budget at hundreds of federal agency labs. Technology generated by this research may have application beyond agencies' immediate goals if commercialized by the private sector. For example, federal research has contributed to innovative products, including antibiotics and the Internet. The Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) -- a nationwide consortium of federal labs -- helps labs transfer technology to the private sector. In recent years, FLC created new initiatives to provide a clearinghouse -- a central point for collecting and disseminating information -- for technology transfer opportunities. This report assesses (1) the extent to which FLC has communicated with potential customers when designing and implementing its clearinghouse initiatives; and (2) how FLC measured the results of those initiatives. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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