The mission of the VA Technology Transfer Program (TTP) is to facilitate the commercialization of VA inventions to benefit Veterans and the American public.
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
Technology Transfer Program (10P9TT)
810 Vermont Ave, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20420
Inquires related to the Invention Disclosures (ID) process or Inventor Certifications (IC): email@example.com
Inquires related to CRADA issues (including process questions and eCRADA registry) or submission of annual reporting requirements: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquires related to either patent or royalty questions: email@example.com
To locate a specific TTP team member, view contacts page.
INTRANET ONLY RESOURCES
NOTE: CRADAs and some policy documents are available on the VA intranet only. If you have access go to:
Specialty Team Advising Research (STAR) is a legal team dedicated to research issues. This resource is available on the intranet only. If you have intranet access, copy and paste this link to your browser: http://tinyurl.com/musjbjv
Managing IP at the VA Research Office; Tips and Hints - webinar slides
First patent of FY2018 granted by USPTO
Optical illumination system, 9,778,573, was granted to Tang, Emiliani and Pennefather, with the Department of Veterans Affairs as the sole patent holder on Oct. 3, 2017
VA Technology Transfer Program eLearning Course
The 25 Top Global Innovators: Government
- The VA ranks as #2 US Government Innovator and as #17 Global Government Innovator! View report (1.5 MB, PDF)
This document (revised May 5, 2017) provides guidance and instruction regarding intellectual property (inventions) and the transfer of new scientific discoveries to benefit the public good (technology transfer).