Accession Number : ADA293948
Title : Federal Defense Laboratory Diversification (FDLD) Technology Transfer Program, Fiscal Year 1995.
Corporate Author : DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF DEFENSE RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING WASHINGTON DC
PDF Url : ADA293948
Report Date : 17 MAR 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 46
Abstract : Title 10, United States Code, section 2514, requires the Secretary of Defense to establish a Federal Defense Laboratory Diversification (FDLD) Program to encourage greater cooperation in research and production activities carried out by defense laboratories and industry. The Deputy Director, Defense Research & Engineering, Office of Technology Transition, (DDDR&E/OTT) was established as the department's focal point for this program, as well as for all dual use technology transfer programs within the department. Title 10 U.S.C., sections 2501 and 2511, and Public Law 103-337, section 1113(a), establish the statutory requirements for this program. Public Law 103-337 authorized the funds and Public Law 103-335 appropriated the FY 1995 funds for the program. The statutes provided in Title 10 and Public Law, and the applicable guidance provided in Congressional Committee Reports, are summarized for reference in Appendix C. A DoD-wide Broad Area Announcement was issued by DDDR&E/OTT to announce the program and to invite potential participants to request this Program Information Package (PIP). The purpose of this PIP is to provide information useful for formulating and structuring lab/private sector proposal partnership teams, developing ideas and concepts, selecting activities, determining matching funds required, and conforming with statutory requirements. Included within this PIP are: general proposal guidance; planned program execution information; the dual use technology transfer topics of interest to specific laboratories; and the operations other than war/law enforcement topics and their specific laboratories.
Descriptors : *TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, *FEDERAL BUDGETS, *FEDERAL LAW, WARFARE, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, UNITED STATES, INDUSTRIES, DEFENSE SYSTEMS, PRODUCTION, CODING, MILITARY RESEARCH, LABORATORIES, TRANSITIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Subject Categories : Government and Political Science
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE