RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA Sample Clauses

RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA. NASA or Partner may, consistent with Federal law and this Agreement, release general information regarding its own participation in this Agreement as desired. Pursuant to Section 841(d) of the NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017, Public Law 115-10 (the "NTAA"), NASA is obligated to publicly disclose copies of all agreements conducted pursuant to NASA's 51 U.S.C. §20113(e) authority in a searchable format on the NASA website within 60 days after the agreement is signed by the Parties. The Parties acknowledge that a copy of this Agreement will be disclosed, without redactions, in accordance with the NTAA.
RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA. NASA or Partner may, consistent with Federal law and this Agreement, release general information regarding its own participation in this Agreement as desired.
RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA. NASA or PARTNER may, consistent with Federal law and this Agreement, release general information regarding its own participation in this SAA as desired. Insofar as participation of the other Party in this SAA is included in a public release, NASA and ULA will seek to consult with each other prior to any such release, consistent with the Parties' respective policies.
RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA. 1. The Parties retain the right to release public information regarding their own activities under this Agreement. The Parties will coordinate with each other in advance concerning releasing to the public, including the media, information that relates to the other Party's responsibilities or performance under this Agreement.
RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA. CASIS and User may, consistent with Federal law and this Agreement, release general information regarding their own participation in this Agreement as desired.

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