The Basics of Cooperative Research and Development Agreements with Federal Labs

The Basics of Cooperative Research and Development Agreements with Federal Labs

July 8 (Wednesday)
Noon – 1:15 p.m. EDT
Presenter:
Robert Charles, JD, LLM, MPH – US Army Medical Research and Development Command

$150 AUTM Members/$225 Non-members
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What It's All About
Cooperative Research and Development Agreements or CRADAs are the principal mechanism used by federal labs to collaborate with non-federal entities. Universities have entered into thousands of successful research collaborations with federal labs in almost every area of science and engineering. CRADAs fall outside the usual government procurement and grants rules and regulations. This webinar will provide a basic overview of what CRADAs are and can do for you.

You Will Learn
  • The expansive and flexible legal authority of Federal labs to collaborate with universities
  • Interaction of CRADAs with Federal procurement contracts and grants
  • Variations in T2 practice among the Federal agencies
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