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Federal government is increasingly wanting unlimited rights in data, say commentators

Bid solicitations by the federal government are increasingly seeking unlimited rights in ‘data’ produced pursuant to the contract, using the FAR 52.227-17 Rights in Data clause under the Federal Acquisition Regulations. This is according to a client memo by Thomas J. Madden and James Y. Boland of the Venable firm.

Hat tip: Lexology.

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