The laureates` reporting obligations are on the checklist for the Confederation`s support report reports, DOE F 4600.2, attached to the award agreement. Property and Commercialization Rights: applies to STTR Program Only The Small Business Administration Policy Directive (PD) sets guidelines for the implementation of the STTR program. The requirement is for an agreement to be reached between the Small Business Concern (SBC) and the participating research institution with respect to the allocation of property and marketing rights. Please use this DOE certification form to confirm that there is an agreement between an SBC and the research institute that awards intellectual property and intellectual property rights, if any, to conduct further research, development or commercialization resulting from a STTR project. Funding Agreement Certification – Time of Awardsees are required to sign the following certifications of promotional contracts at the time of award: DOE Certification Form: Certification for Property and Commercialization Rights Agreement Terms and conditions: The terms and conditions of sale do not confirm all the provisions of the applicable statutes and regulations, nor do they constitute an exhaustive list of all the requirements applicable to this support agreement. On the contrary, requirements that are generally particularly relevant to research grants are highlighted and consistent with them. DoE Agreement Standard Form: Attribution of Intellectual Property Rights and Rights for Tracking Research, Development or Marketing Frequently asked after distinction: here you will find the answers to many questions asked after the award of a Phase I or Phase II SBIR/STTR award. Responses to survey areas include public contract notifications, free renewals, progress reports and audit requirements. Certification – Life Cycle Awardees Funding Agreement also signs certifications if they submit renewal applications or receive their awards. . The continuation of SBIR/STTR`s specific intellectual property rights during Phase III prices is described in this paper. These guidelines can be useful both for DOE`s contract services that provide Phase III premiums and for the small businesses that receive them.