Licensing Software and Technology to the Federal Government

Federal Publications Seminars

05/19/2015-05/20/2015

Government Contracts + Public Procurement

Arlington, VA

W. Jay DeVecchio

W. Jay DeVecchio

Speaking Engagement

This special course provides clear, authoritative analysis and instruction on software licensing, offering answers to vital questions and issues, including:

  • How can software providers and contractors maximize their rights and product protections?
  • What types of licensing rights are available? How should they be written?
  • What software and documentation do the new regulations require to be delivered with a license for unlimited rights?
  • What danger/warning signals should you be looking for in solicitations?
  • How do the new regulations define software "developed at private expense"?
  • How is the licensing software treated when it is developed with indirect costs?
  • How can proprietary source codes be protected?
  • How can software developers protect proprietary applications to which the standard contract language would give the Government unlimited rights?

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