WSM 022 Intellectual Property/Data Rights (IPDR) Workshop For FAR-Based Contracts
 Description
Workshop attendees will be introduced to the fundamental aspects of intellectual property and data rights inherent in US Government contracts, along with the considerations for developing an IPDR Strategy. Building upon the base knowledge, an in-depth examination into the pre- and post-award strategy and management will be explored. Attendees will apply knowledge gained to a major case study to clarify and reinforce concepts discussed. Alternatively, attendees from a specific Program Office or program team can use the workshop to develop an IPDR Strategy specific to their program.
The Critical Performance Behaviors expected to result from this workshop are:
  • The ability to assess and differentiate the rights obtainable under various forms of licenses, and strategically ascertain and plan for the impacts to the program prior to execution.
  • Review the conformity of deliverables to the requirements set forth in the DFARS clauses and the assertion tables, so as to pursue, when necessary, corrective action.
  • Proactively manage, in a pre- and post-award environment, the data rights provided to the program and that which may arise as a result of contract performance.
  • Objectives
    The Learning Objectives are:
  • Distinguish the various types of Intellectual Property that could impact a government procurement.
  • Understand how to strategically plan for acquiring data rights from pre-award through operations and sustainment.
  • Determine how to manage data rights in a post award environment.
  • Evaluate how to structure deliverables in fulfillment of the strategic plan.
  • Explain various license approaches that can be implemented.
  • Target Attendees
    Acquisition team members serving in defense systems acquisition mission area:
  • Primarily for contracting officers, logicians, project engineers, and program managers and is particularly beneficial when a multi-disciplined project team can attend together.
  • Ideally suited for acquisition team members with more than 5 years of experience, who are approaching a major procurement or are currently working on a major program.
  • Prerequisite(s)
    If more than 5 years of experience, completing all the prerequisites is not required, but highly recommended. If less than 5 years of experience, complete at least 2 of the following before attending:
  • CLE 068- Intellectual Property and Data Rights
  • CLM 071- Introduction to Data Management
  • CLM 072- Data Management Strategy Devel0pment
  • CLM 075- Data Acquisition
  • CLM 076- Data Markings
  • Predecessor Course(s) (Acceptable substitutes for meeting current course prerequisite and certification standards)
    Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Accepted Until
    None None None None
    Course Length
    1 or 2 days but can be tailored to the needs of the organization (see notes)
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode  Workshop
    Equivalent Courses  N/A
    ACE Recommended Credits  N/A
    PDS Code  
    Current CEU, CLP and RRP      Click here for Previous Allocation
    Continuous Education Units  0
    Continuous Learning Points
    Reservist Retirement Points  
    Notes
  • The workshop can be tailored based upon the specific acquisition, however the program specifics/documentation must be provided sufficiently in advance of the workshop for incorporation into the training material.
  • CLPs will be adjusted according to the length of the workshop. 7 CLPs for a one-day workshop and 1 CLP for every additional hours.
  • Fee-For-Service arrangement may be required.
  • Non-FFS offerings available for registration through the DAU Virtual Campus