Effective Date: December 20, 2001
Expiration Date: January 20, 2014
P.2 Applicability and Scope
1.1 National Policy
1.2 NASA Policy
1.3 Strategic Overview
2.1 Process Overview
2.2 Program/Project Types
2.3 NASA TechTracS Information System (NTTS)
3.1 Planning Overview
3.2 Determining Commercial Potential
3.3 What to Include in the Technology Commercialization Process Plan
3.4 Commercialization Plans for Technology Focused and Technology Supported Programs/Projects
3.5 Commercialization Plans for Operations/Support Programs/Projects
3.6 Communication of Commercial Technology Objectives to Contractors and Recipients
4.1 What are New Technologies and Innovations?
4.2 Why Report New Technologies and Innovations (IncludingSoftware)?
4.3 Who are the Innovators?
4.4 Who Should Report New Technologies and Innovations (Including Software)?
4.5 How to Report a New Technology or Innovation
4.6 How is a New Technology's Commercial Potential Assessed?
5.1 What are Commercial Technology Partnerships?
5.2 NASA Commercial Partnership Goal
5.3 Implementing Mechanisms for Commercial Technology Partnerships
5.4 Identifying Potential Partners
6.1 What is a Technology Commercialization Success Story?
6.2 Finding and Reporting Success Stories
7.1 Technology Commercialization is Performance Based
7.2 What is the Core Set of Performance Data?
7.3 Determining and Reporting the Performance Status
8.2 NASA Sponsored Technology Commercialization Training Development
8.3 NASA Sponsored Technology Commercialization Training Courses