Presentation on theme: "Partnership Intermediaries Joseph Teter Director of Technology Transfer NAVSEA Carderock Division Federal Laboratory Consortium Mid-Atlantic."— Presentation transcript:
Partnership Intermediaries Joseph Teter Director of Technology Transfer NAVSEA Carderock Division Joseph.Teter@navy.mil Federal Laboratory Consortium Mid-Atlantic Region Annual Meeting September 15 -17, 2009
What is a PIA? Partnership Intermediate Agreement - Statutory authority is Title 15 U.S.C. Section 3715 - PIA is a contract or memorandum of understanding between a federal lab and an entity known as a partnership intermediary PIA provides for the partnership intermediary to perform services for the federal laboratory that increase the likelihood of success in the conduct of cooperative or joint activities with small business firms, institutions of higher education, or educational institutions. PIA provides for the partnership intermediary to perform services for the federal laboratory that increase the likelihood of success in the conduct of cooperative or joint activities with small business firms, institutions of higher education, or educational institutions.
Appropriate Partnership Intermediary Organizations Partnership intermediary is defined in terms of the organization’s “structure and function” Structure: -An agency of a state or local government, or -A nonprofit entity owned, operated and funded in whole or in part by, or charted by state or local government Function: -Assist, counsel, advise, evaluate, or cooperate with small business firms, institutions of higher education
Local and State level PIAs County level – Montgomery Co. MD State level – Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) TEDCO contact – Ron Kaese, 410-715- 4170, email@example.com
http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/transition/training/docs/pia_guidance.pdf http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/transition/tech_tran/res_docs.asp Navy PIA resources Navy PIA boilerplate can be obtained from: Advice and consultation on PIA issues obtained from: Dottie Vincent, Code 362 Navy T2 Program Manager Office of Naval Research, Code 03TSB 875 North Randolph Street, Rm 253 Arlington, VA 22203-1995 703-696-4792 (voice) 703-696-4884 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the DoD Partnership Intermediary Network
7 Role Connect the DoD with companies and investors to commercialize technologies for the emergency and security sectors (“Tech Transfer”) Emphasis on DoD laboratories, and DoD testing & evaluation centers Focus The needs of our nation’s First Responders The full event life cycle: Prevention, Preparedness, Response, Mitigation FirstLink Program
THREAT CONTAINMENT UNIT Objective: Rapidly commercialize and transition TCU technology for commercial and DoD applications Benefits: Decreased disruption of airport operations (est. cost of $15K/min.) Increased protection of airport employees and air travelers Technology: The TCU is a trailered threat containment unit designed to safely transport a suspected explosive package away from an airport terminal with minimal disruption. The TCU has been designed to mitigate the effects of an explosion to protect the public and emergency responders. Participants: Invented by NSWC – Carderock Division Prototyped and tested by Aberdeen PG Developed under FAA/TSA sponsorship Technology marketing by FirstLink Status: Licensed to Nabco, Inc. with FirstLink assistance. Being commercialized for civilian and DoD use.
9 Mr. Allan Jones Program Director (e): email@example.com@dodfirstlink.com (P): 724-933-3525 Contact Information
A Program of the Juneau Economic Development Council A Partnership with the US Department of Defense Building Partnerships
Our Focus Extending our reach Exploiting new possibilities Looking beyond the obvious Focusing on value Delivering on the Mission Innovative Partnerships EPAs Licenses SBIRs TSAs Contracts CRADAs
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES Objective: Develop an approach to the City of Wrangell and SE Alaska’s solid waste management issues. Benefits: Wrangell is provided with a cost effective solution to meet solid waste management needs. The Navy benefits from integration and operation of technologies for future applications on Navy ships and to support deployed military ground forces. Participants: NAVSEA, Carderock Division City and Borough of Wrangell, Alaska SpringBoard (PIA) Status: CRADA signed March, 2009 Technology: The US Navy’s Environmental Quality Division has developed waste mitigation technologies for all shipboard waste streams. Products: Land-based waste reduction systems and potential new products.
Contact Information Mr. Brian Holst Executive Director SpringBoard (e): firstname.lastname@example.org@jedc.org (P): 907-523-2333