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The Air Force Technology Transfer (T2) Program was created to ensure Air Force science and engineering activities are transferred or intentionally shared with state and local governments, academia and industry. The exchange of knowledge, expertise, equipment, and testing facilities leverages the Department of Defense (DoD) research and development investment.

The Air Force T2 Program office is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio.

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tabT2 Leadership 
Keith Quinn
T2 Program Manager

Tricia Randall
T2 Specialist
Abby Boggs
T2 Patent Administrator
tabAir Force Locations 
Map of Active Air Force Locations
tabMechanisms to facilitate Technology Transfer 
Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA)  A CRADA is a legal agreement between one or more federal laboratories and one or more non-federal parties that leverages participants' resources when conducting research and development.

"Commercial Test Agreement (CTA)  A CTA is an agreement where a defense laboratory may make available to any person or entity, at an appropriate fee, the services of any government laboratory for the testing of materials, equipment, models, computer software, and other items.

"Patent License Agreement (PLA)  A PLA is a legal agreement in where the owner of the patent grants another person or company permission to make, use, or sell the patented invention in return for some valuable consideration.

Educational Partnership Agreement (EPA)  An EPA is a formal agreement between a defense laboratory and an educational institution for the purpose of encouraging and enhancing study in scientific disciplines at all levels of education.

T2 Checklist  Checklist for submitting a White Paper to the AF Technology Transfer Office.
tabFrequently Asked Questions 
This factsheet has answers to several commonly asked questions about the Air Force Technology Transfer program.      

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tabTechnology Transfer 
tabIn the News 
Self-healing tech could lead to more durable wearables

Rsignia Inc. and Air Force Research Laboratory Enter Agreement to Research Cyber Security Capabilities

How to Plug In Your Brain

Air Force will partner with Purdue Research Foundation
Gatorade to market biosensor developed at Wright-Patt lab

Sparking Innovation by Bringing Together the Military, Entrepreneurs and Investors

BATMAN'S friend, BATDOK, uses technology to save lives

Guidestar Laser Reaches, Surpasses Wattage Goal

School of Nursing Initiates Research Study That Can Change How CPR is Taught

High-tech, hands-on internship program winding down 

Information Directorate civilian receives DoD George Linsteadt Technology Transfer Achievement Award

Air Force, Ohio State team up on medical research

DOD shows science, technology success despite hard year for workforce

TechLink: A Valued Resource in Licensing Federal Technologies

Creating the Perfect Target

Head of Information Directorate earns technology transfer award

Bio-sensing gives new meaning to 'breaking a sweat'

Wright-Patt, OSU partner on 25m microscope project (Dayton Daily News)
tabSuccess Stories 
AFRL Scientists Provide Technical Expertise, Consulting to Local Company Developing Technologies for Physicians

Life-Saving Wound Treatment Revolutionizes Warfighter and Civilian Care

AFRL Information Directorate and TechLink partner on ATAK SmartPhone PLA

Engineer's discovery could save Air Force millions

Cadet Research Seeks to End Costly Bird-strikes on Aircraft

Collaboration Advances Alternative Fuel Development

AFRL, UES Develop Automated Serial Sectioning System for 3-D Microstructural Investigation

The Air Force Soars Through the Knights In The First DOD Math Game Virtual Tournament

Falcon Telescope Network Helps to Identify Space Objects

Product Evaluation Agreements


711 HPW STEM Collaboration Chosen for the 2013 FLC State & Local Government Annual Publication

Training Affiliation Agreements

Commercial Efforts Pay Off for Air Force (Dayton Daily News)

AFRL 3-D Audio Research Helps to Make Cockpit Safer

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tabContact Information
Phone: (937) 904-9830
FAX: (937) 656-5368

tabT2 Partnership Intermediaries
Partnership Intermediaries are agencies of a state or local government or nonprofit that provide assistance in partnering small business firms and educational institutions with Federal Laboratories.

Partnership Intermediaries Map

DoD (Department of Defense) 
          -- TechLink
          -- MilTech
          -- TechComm
          -- First Link

Air Force
          -- Basic Research Innovation
              Collaboration Center 
          -- Cyber Innovation Center
          -- Doolittle Institute
          -- Griffiss Institute
          -- Phillips Technology Institute
          -- Purdue Research Foundation
          -- Wright Brothers Institute
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