FLC Policies

Featured here are the FLC Bylaws and the FLC’s Strategic Plan. Both documents provide an in-depth look at how the FLC functions as an organization, as well as explain the tactful direction the organization is headed to further its mandates and facilitate technology transfer among its member laboratories and industry.

  • This Strategic Plan was developed to guide the FLC as it seeks to fulfill its legislative mandates during the planning period of 2015-2019. The FLC Strategic Plan explains the mandated mission, vision, and strategic goals the organization plans to achieve in support of federal laboratories’ technology transfer missions and for the betterment of the FLC community.

  • Since its formal charter by the Federal Technology Transfer Act of 1986, the FLC has set in place organizational bylaws for all members and participating members to acknowledge and adhere by for the organization to function successfully.

    The FLC Bylaws state exactly how the FLC operates and clearly define the following:

  • Laboratory Representatives and voting members for labs can use this guide to better understand the FLC and their role in it, including how the Consortium works, the benefits and responsibilities of FLC membership, and how they can participate.