GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES Sample Clauses

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. A work prepared by a U.S. Government officer or employee* as part of his or her official duties is not eligible for U.S. copyright. If at least one of the authors is not in this category, that author should sign the transfer Agreement above. If all the authors are in this category, one of the authors should sign below, and indicate his or her affiliation. Author Signature(s) Name(s) (print) Institution (e.g., Naval Research Laboratory, NIST) Date
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GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in the Agreement, use and license rights to the United States Government’s interest in any applicable patent rights developed in whole or part by its employees are subject to and governed by Federal law and regulation. Terms of this Agreement are applicable to Federal employees or agencies to the extent that they do not conflict with Federal law or regulation, and if You are a Federal agency You agree to exercise whatever discretion granted to You by federal law and regulation to make such patent rights available on terms consistent with the principles of this Agreement.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. 4. □ This work was created in the course of an author’s employment by the United States Government If the Work or a portion of it has been created in the course of any author's employment by the United States Government, check the "Government" box at the end of this form. A work prepared by a government employee as part of his or her official duties is called a "work of the U.S. Government" and is not subject to copyright. If it is not prepared as part of the employee's official duties, it may be subject to copyright. If “Government” is chosen, please do not choose a Creative Commons License. The work will be published with “Written work prepared by employees of the Federal Government as part of their official duties is, under the U.S. Copyright Act, a “work of the United States Government” for which copyright protection under Title 17 of the United States Code is not available. As such, copyright does not extend to the contributions of employees of the Federal Government.” NOTE: If author has selected Item 4, Section 3. on the Agreement will not apply to the Work.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. Work prepared by U.S. Government employees in their official capacities is not subject to copyright in the United States. Such authors must place their work in the public domain, meaning that it can be freely copied, republished, or redistributed. In order for the work to be placed in the public domain, ALL AUTHORS must be official U.S. Government employees. If at least one author is not a U.S. Government employee, copyright must be transferred to ASCE by that author. □ CROWN GOVERNMENT COPYRIGHT: Whereby a work is prepared by officers of the Crown Government in their official capacities, the Crown Government reserves its own copyright under national law. If ALL AUTHORS on the manuscript are Crown Government employees, copyright cannot be transferred to ASCE; however, ASCE is given the following nonexclusive rights: (1) to use, print, and/or publish in any language and any format, print and electronic, the above-mentioned work or any part thereof, provided that the name of the author and the Crown Government affiliation is clearly indicated; (2) to grant the same rights to others to print or publish the work; and (3) to collect royalty fees. ALL AUTHORS must be official Crown Government employees in order to claim this exemption in its entirety. If at least one author is not a Crown Government employee, copyright must be transferred to ASCE by that author. □ WORK-FOR-HIRE: Privately employed authors who have prepared works in their official capacity as employees must also transfer copyright to ASCE; however, their employer retains the rights to revise, adapt, prepare derivative works, publish, reprint, reproduce, and distribute the work provided that such use is for the promotion of its business enterprise and does not imply the endorsement of ASCE. In this instance, an authorized agent from the authors’ employer must sign the form below.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. If the Work or a portion of it has been created in the course of any author's employment by the United States Government, check the "Government" box at the end of this paragraph. A work prepared by a government employee as part of his or her official duties is called a "work of the U.S. Government" and is not subject to copyright. If it is not prepared as part of the employee's official duties, it may be subject to copyright. Government Employees please tick this box
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. Please fill in and sign below if you created the Paper within the scope of your duties as an officer or employee of a U.S. state or foreign government (non-U.S.). This work was prepared while under employment by the Government of as part of my official duties, and as such copyright is owned by that Government, which reserves its own copyright under state or national law. The copyright notice on the paper should read: Name: Signature: Date: Affiliation: Title: (Company or Institution) Address: (City) (State) (Zip Code) (Country) Phone: Fax: Email:
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. The Government shall make payments directly to the Contractor for all Government employees, whether or not the employee is contributing to the basic premium amount.
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GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. Title Date A work prepared by a U.S. Government officer or employee* as part of his or her official duties is not eligible for U.S. copyright. If at least one of the authors is not in this category, that author should sign the transfer Agreement above. If all the authors are in this category, one of the authors should sign below, and indicate his or her affiliation. Author Signature(s) Name(s) (print) Institution (e.g., Naval Research Laboratory, NIST) Date *Employees of national laboratories, e.g., Argonne National Laboratory, are not U.S. Government employees.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. If the Author is a United States government employee and the Article was prepared in the course of his or her duties as a United States government employee, as indicated in Item 2 above, and any of the licenses or grants granted by the Author hereunder exceed the scope of the 17 U.S.C. 403, then the rights granted hereunder shall be limited to the maximum rights permitted under such statute. In such case, all provisions contained herein that are not in conflict with such statute shall remain in full force and effect, and all provisions contained herein that do so conflict shall be deemed to be amended so as to provide to JoVE the maximum rights permissible within such statute.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. If your status as a government employee legally prevents you from signing this Agreement, please contact the Publication’s editorial office.
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