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Technical Data and Computer Software Rights in Government Contracts

Advance Regular Price Member: $
189
Advance Regular Price Non-member: $
189
Registration Deadline:
Apr 25, 2019
Regular Price Member: $
189
Regular Price Non-member: $
189
Registrar Name:
NCMA
Registrar Phone:
1-800-344-8096
Registrar Email:
memberservices@ncmahq.org
Code:
170208
CPE/CLPs:
1.5

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Registration closes 4/25/2019 at 10:30 am EST

Webinar Time: 12:00PM -1:30PM EST

Abstract:

Technical data and computer software rights are key parts of many government contracts—and understanding what constitutes technical data and computer software, as well as how rights are allocated between contractors and the government, is vital to contract performance. This webinar will examine the different allocations of rights in both commercial and noncommercial data and software, with particular attention to compliance and subcontractor issues.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Differentiate between categories of rights in technical data and computer software.
  2. Allocate rights in data and software between the government and contractors.
  3. Identify and describe special issues in commercial and noncommercial data and software.

 

CMBOK Competencies: 4.0 Pre Award and 6.0 Post Award


Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Presenter:

Weisberg William Weisberg, Esq.

 Partner

 Law Offices of William Weisberg PLLC

 Bill Weisberg is the principal of the Law Offices of William 
 Weisberg PLLC, which he founded in 2013 after practicing
 government contract law in large law firms for over 25 years, the last 10 of which he chaired the Government Contract practice groups of two international law firms.  Bill represents prime and subcontractors and grantees in all phases of government contracts and related areas, including protest and claims litigation, counseling, compliance, and the transactional and intellectual property aspects of government procurement.