What Is A Partnership Intermediary Agreement
For the purposes of this Section, the term “partnership broker” means an agency of a State or local government or a non-profit organization that is owned, chartered, wholly or partially funded by, or operated in whole or in part by or on behalf of a State or local government and that assists: advises, advises, assesses or otherwise cooperates with small businesses, colleges within the meaning of Section 1141(a)1 of Title 20 or educational institutions within the meaning of Section 2194 of Title 10 that are in clear need or may use the technological support of a federal laboratory, including government programs that receive funding under cooperation agreements under Section 5121(b) of the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 (15 U.S.C. Note of 278l). Contract, agreement or memorandum of understanding with a not-for-profit partnership broker to engage academia and industry on behalf of government to expedite technology transfer and licensing. Many federal laboratories have entered into partnership agreements (PIAs) with institutions that facilitate joint projects and accelerate technology transfer between the laboratory and private companies. These intermediaries help companies identify federal technologies that can be licensed and commercialized. They also strive to increase the chances of success of collaborative activities between the laboratory and small businesses. Assist in the execution of technology transfer agreements, including patents and licences, research and development cooperation agreements (CRADAAs) and collaboration with private parties Enhance R&D partnerships between CCDC, academia, industry, other government agencies and contractors by promoting CCDC`s IP inventory and unique testing facilities and capabilities. Many federal laboratories and research centers have Intermediate Partnership Agreements (EPI) with organizations such as ETC that help government organizations find, collaborate, and contract with industry, labs, and academic partners to find and develop innovative solutions to solve problems. Simply put, an IPA is a partner – a specific type of government or nonprofit that is very different from a traditional support entrepreneur. Unlike how a PIA serves as an “intermediary” that extends the federal government to small businesses, educational institutions and laboratories. The Griffiss Institute supports the AFRL/RI through a Partnership Intermediary Agreement (PIA).
A PIA is an agreement (contract or letter of intent) between the government and an intermediary organization (local or state government agency or not-for-profit organization). .