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Federal Technology Transfer

 Standards Michigan would like to see workpoint subject matter experts -- usually non-policy professionals working in laboratories -- to know about this opportunity and perhaps contribute to its own agenda of making the education facilities industry safer, simpler, lower-cost and longer-lasting.


Federal Technology Transfer

July 30, 2018
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The U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) are co-leading the Lab-to-Market Cross Agency Priority goal, part of the recently released President’s Management Agenda(link is external). To accelerate these efforts, NIST has launched an initiative to improve federal technology transfer.

The education industry – particularly large research universities — are likely stakeholders in this discussion  – which NIST will expand outside the policy-making precincts of Washington DC.   Standards Michigan collaborates with the American National Standards Institute on issues of this nature.

Comments are due July 30th.   Ahead of this deadline a series of meetings will be hosted by NIST — both online and on-site — from May 17 through May 31.   See the the first page of the Federal Register Notice [Docket Number: 180220199–819–01] for more information.

All NIST activity is on the standing agenda of our weekly Open Door teleconferences; every Wednesday, 11 AM Eastern time which are open to everyone.  Click here to log in.


Issue: [18-122]

Category: US Department of Commerce, Public Policy

Colleagues: Mike Anthony, Christine Fischer, Paul Green

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