Independent Offices Appropriations, 1965: Hearings, Eighty-eighth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 11296
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - United States - 1886 pages
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Page 133 - ... the need of each such air carrier for compensation for the transportation of mail sufficient to insure the performance of such service, and, together with all other revenue of the air carrier, to enable such air carrier under honest, economical, and efficient management, to maintain and continue the development of air transportation to the extent and of the character and quality required for the commerce of the United States, the Postal Service, and the national defense.
Page 548 - Exchange is supported jointly by the Department of Defense, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Atomic Energy Commission, the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, the National Science Foundation, the Veterans' Administration, the Federal Aviation Agency, and the Smithsonian Institution which also acts as the contracting agency.
Page 36 - Contract: means any actual or proposed contract, agreement, grant, or other arrangement, or subcontract entered into with or for the benefit of the Government where a purpose of the contract is the conduct of experimental, developmental, or research work.
Page 25 - Major policies, plans, and programs of science and technology of the various agencies of the Federal Government, giving appropriate emphasis to the relationship of science and technology to national security and foreign policy, and measures for furthering science and technology in the Nation.
Page 183 - Act of 1946, as amended, is hereby amended by striking out "from the Territories" (2) Clause (b) of section 1 of the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended (70 Stat. 743) is hereby amended by striking out "from a Territory".
Page 36 - practical application" means to manufacture in the case of a composition or product, to practice in the case of a process or method, or to operate in the case of a machine or system; and, in each case, under such conditions as to establish that the invention is being utilized and that its benefits are to the extent permitted by law or Government regulations available to the public on reasonable terms. (g) The term "made...
Page 34 - There is growing importance attaching to the acquisition of foreign patent rights in furtherance of the interests of US industry and the government. G. The prudent administration of government research and development calls for a government-wide policy on the disposition of inventions made under government contracts reflecting common principles and objectives, to the extent consistent with the missions of the respective agencies.
Page 915 - The preparation of this report was a project of the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Mutual Security Agency.
Page 34 - ... is in a field of technology in which the contractor has acquired technical competence (demonstrated by factors such as know-how, experience, and patent position) directly related to an area in which the contractor has an established nongovernmental commercial position, the contractor shall normally acquire the principal or exclusive rights throughout the world in and to any resulting inventions, subject to the government acquiring at least an irrevocable non-exclusive royalty free license throughout...