Topic Archives: Grants

Cybersecurity

Supreme Court Removes “Substantial Competitive Harm” Requirement for Contractors Seeking to Protect Confidential Information from Release Under FOIA

You can rejoice in a recent Supreme Court decision if you have ever spent hours trying to convince a government agency not to release your company’s confidential information to the public in response to a Freedom of Information request. In a reversal of long-standing precedent in federal district and circuit courts, the Supreme Court ruled ...›

Compliance

Bayh-Dole Regulatory Update Offers Clarifications to Federal Grantees and Contractors But Also Raises Specter of Government Interference with Patent Rights

Effective May 1, 2018, newly issued federal government contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements will be subject to revised regulations implementing the Bayh-Dole Act, the federal statute governing title and license rights for inventions developed with federal funding.  The new regulations were issued on April 13, 2018 by the Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards ...›

Compliance
May 17, 2017Compliance, Grants

OMB Gives Grant and Cooperative Agreement Recipients Additional Time to Comply With New Procurement Requirements Mandated by “Super Circular”

The Office of Management and Budget (“OMB”) announced earlier this week that it is giving universities, nonprofits, state and local governments, and other “non-Federal entities” an additional year to comply with the new procurement standards that were part of the extensive changes to administrative processes, cost accounting, and audit requirements set in motion by OMB’s December ...›