B. Within three (3) months of the conclusion of this agreement, a final report containing all inventions or the certificate certifying that there are none and listing all subcontracts or other agreements with a related body containing a patent and right of invention article (in accordance with paragraph G of this article) or the certificate of absence. This section describes the conditions under which one of the parties may terminate the ASA. The termination must be made in writing. It can be sent by letter, email or fax. When developing this clause, consideration should be given to the time required for notification in order to minimize programmatic effects. For SAAs with low-risk activities, it is often helpful to provide that each party can terminate the contract after 30 days` notice. Longer notice periods may be necessary if termination has significant programmatic or budgetary implications. These ASAs may also provide for the negotiation of a termination agreement during this period in order to resolve outstanding issues, such as. B as the property provision used for activities under the ASA. Data rights clauses 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124.3 relate to the rights of the parties to publish the overall results obtained under an ASA.
In addition to the applicable confidentiality clause of Clause 126.96.36.199, clause 188.8.131.52, “Gross Data Rights” is used in AAS, which includes basic research or analysis of raw data69 by one or more identified lead investigators. These ASAs are generally related to research conducted from space or terrestrial research missions or to the analysis of raw data from Earth or space research. The “Gross Data Rights” clause deals with the rights to raw data generated under the ASA and the publication of the final research results. The use of this clause requires that IP and the exclusive lifespan of IP data or a group of researchers identified in ABS.70 98 NPR 9090.1, Section 3.4.4, be specifically identified to obtain additional guidelines for calculating the actual costs of collaborative credit agreements. Note that a collaborative recovery agreement does not allow NASA and the other federal authority to “pool” funds to pay for goods or services. Reimbursable collaborative agreements allow NASA to pay for its own volume of work to support a cooperation project, while NASA receives reimbursement from the other federal agency for the extent of NASA`s work to support the cooperation project. a summary of the purpose of the agreement is sufficient to communicate to a reader the type of work and how the work is consistent with one or more of NASA`s legal objectives, a particular category of unique agreements for the ISS program deserves a special mention: “Barter” and “Offset” agreements.126 While international cooperation in the field of space generally does not involve any exchange of funds. , ISS cooperation agencies share certain responsibilities for which iGA and ISS Memoranda use unique exchange and offset transactions for goods and services. The purpose of this unique category of international agreements is to minimize the exchange of funds in the implementation of ISS cooperation, a goal highlighted in the IGA and the ISS memorandums of the agreement.