Dissemination definition

Dissemination means any transfer of information, whether orally, in writing, or by electronic
Dissemination means the public disclosure of the results by appropriate means (other than resulting from protecting or exploiting the results), including by scientific publications in any medium;
Dissemination means the disclosure of foreground by any appropriate means other than that resulting from the formalities for protecting it, and including the publication of foreground in any medium;

Examples of Dissemination in a sentence

  • Reproduction and Dissemination of the Thesis The filing, reporting, reproduction and dissemination of the thesis shall be done in each country pursuant to the regulations in force.

  • If you have questions on compliance with this code section, contact the Texas Department of Public Safety Non-Criminal Justice Unit, Access and Dissemination Bureau, FAST-FACT at XXXX@xxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx and you should send an email identifying you as a contractor to a Texas Independent School District or ESC Region 8 and TIPS.

  • Dissemination of own (including jointly owned) Results During the Project and for a period of 1 year after the end of the Project, the dissemination of own Results by one or several Parties including but not restricted to publications and presentations, shall be governed by the procedure of Article 17.4 of the Grant Agreement and its Annex 5, Section Dissemination, subject to the following provisions.

  • Project Element: Dissemination of Research Findings Our dissemination strategy will focus on sharing findings with study participants, poverty and guaranteed income scholars, local municipalities exploring similar guaranteed income programs, policymakers who might support guaranteed income policies at the state or federal level, small business development organizations, and philanthropic organizations whose support could make more guaranteed income programs possible.

  • Dissemination activities shall be compatible with the protection of intellectual property rights, confidentiality obligations and the legitimate interests of the owner of the results.


More Definitions of Dissemination

Dissemination means the written, oral or electronic
Dissemination means the disclosure of Foreground by any appropriate means other than that resulting from the formalities for protecting it, and including the publication of Foreground in any medium;
Dissemination means the disclosure of III CHRI by an Authorized Recipient to an authorized Contractor, or by the Contractor to another Authorized Recipient consistent with the Contractor’s responsibilities and with limitations imposed by federal and state laws, regulations, and standards as well as rules, procedures, and standards established by the Compact Council and the United States Attorney General.
Dissemination means any transfer of information, whether orally, in writing, or by electronic means. The term shall not include access to the information by officers or employees of a criminal justice agency maintaining the information who have both a need and right to know the information.
Dissemination means the written, oral or electronic communication
Dissemination means the disclosure of the foreground by any appropriate means other than that resulting from the formalities for protecting it, and including the publication of these results in any medium.
Dissemination means agency initiated or sponsored distribution of information to the public (see 5 CFR 1320.3(d) (definition of "Conduct or Sponsor")). Dissemination does not include distribution limited to government employees or agency contractors or grantees; intra- or interagency use or sharing of government information; and responses to requests for agency records under the Freedom of Information Act, the Privacy Act, the Federal Advisory Committee Act or other similar law. This definition also does not include distribution limited to correspondence with individuals or persons, press releases, archival records, public filings, subpoenas or adjudicative processes.