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Author Topic: Is There One Government Office that Evaluates Technology ?  (Read 1079 times)

Jp

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I would like to know from inventors here in the U.S., Have you found one government office that excepts new technology for evaluation where an individual designer or inventor or just anyone that has a good idea or technology that is useful to the state or federal government, can submit there concept.

The only government offices that I have ever found that excepted technologies, concepts, ideas and inventions for evaluation, was the O.E.R.I., Office of Energy Related Inventions, it was in the National Institute of Standards and Technology,
U.S. Department of Commerce.

It is not there any longer !









« Last Edit: 03-29-09 at 07:45 am by Jp »
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Wealth of Ideas, October 2007

"The proposed Patent Reform Act of 2007, however, is so consistently and unmistakably biased in favor of large corporations that the purported motivation for the proposed change to a First-to-File system must be viewed with deep suspicion."
 



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