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  1. All, thank you for the great information! This is very useful. Mr. Antonio, I had not seen that tutorial from the SBA before, thank you. Really eye-opening, to me, anyway.
  2. Hello, this is my first time posting a question. I currently work in for a small business and formerly worked for the Department of Defense. One of the benefits of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is SBIR Data Rights to the intellectual property that is generated during the term of the contract. My understanding has always been that this flows down to subcontractors. By "this," I mean the intellectual property generated during the term of the contract, not any existing intellectual property. FAR 52.227, in paragraph (d), and DFARS 252.227-7018, in paragraph (b)(4), are pretty clear that the Government receives SBIR Data Rights to the intellectual property generated during the term of the contract, regardless of whether the contractor or the subcontract does the generating. The question I'm struggling to answer is whether or not the contractor owns any of the intellectual property generated by the subcontractor during the term of the subcontract? It does not appear that either of the above mentioned clauses contain the answer.
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