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March
21
Thursday
2019

Teams from the current AFRL Commercialization Academy cohort will pitch their startup in cyber security, big data, information systems, and UAS, to a panel of judges and compete to win for $300,000 in prize seed funding provided by IDEA NY!

March
21
Thursday
2019

What is govtech? It is new technologies that empower government employees, improve public services, and make a real difference in everything from the housing crisis to climate change.

March
21
Thursday
2019

Sponsored by the OUSD (R&E) Defense Laboratories Office, Elevate is a year-long training series designed by Fed Tech to grow the capability of DoD lab personnel to interact with industry, non-traditional partners and the venture community.

March
21
Thursday
2019

The 2019 Hagerstown Technology Showcase is a partial day event where life science and healthcare companies and entrepreneurs will learn how to work with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to access licensable technologies and collaborative opportunities – as well as funding programs through

March
21
Thursday
2019

Discover how you can Imagine, Invent, and Incorporate your own products with federal resources and build wealth for your company, community, and the country.

This is T2

March
20
Wednesday
2019

As small technology transfer offices (TTOs) demonstrate successes, their mission may evolve and faculty services and required resources may increase. These offices can quickly grow by 100% or 200%.

March
15
Friday
2019

The #1 market briefing event on the state and local government IT market: Beyond the Beltway 2019!

March
13
Wednesday
2019

Using the USDA as an example, the talk will explore the role of technology transfer in building an internal innovation culture and serving as a connector to the external innovation ecosystem. The talk will provide examples of initiatives and programs that foster an innovation culture.

March
12
Tuesday
2019

The National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of Acquisition and Logistics Management (OALM), Small Business Program Office is requesting your institution's participation at the first NIH Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Industry Day.

March
12
Tuesday
2019

The “Big Bang” of acquisition innovation is gaining power as it spreads government-wide, from bottom to top and side to side. The most expansive explosion of transformational change in 25 years just keeps growing, motivated by mission-driven urgency.

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