12.6   Work for Others Management and Technology Transfer Programs

The list below represents subject areas to be considered for scoring Less than expected performance in a given area does not necessarily equate to a failed score Similarly, this list is not considered all inclusive and other topics, issues, or area of concern may be commented on under this criterion.

•   Effectiveness and efficiency of the management of work for others (WFO) and technology transfer and in the benefits to the Laboratory’s mission performance.

•   Leveraging CRADAs and WFO to maintain critical NNSA capabilities

•   Implementation of corrective actions from FY 2009 management assessments, audits, and capability reviews.

•   Leverage intellectual property for cooperative research projects.

12.7   Science ARRA Management Stimulus

The list below represents subject areas to be considered for scoring Less than expected performance in a given area does not necessarily equate to a failed score. Similarly, this list is not considered all inclusive and other topics, issues, or area of concern may be commented on under this criterion

•   Implementation of stimulus capability applicability process for all stimulus competitive grants that are issued.

•   Share lessons learned on stimulus capability applicability process with applicable S&T organizations.

•   Demonstration of effective communication and teaming with outside entities associated with stimulus-related work (State of New Mexico, other laboratones, municipalities, etc.)

•   Oversight of execution of stimulus-funded S&T work to ensure baselines (scope, cost, and schedule) are achievable

•   Oversight of execution of stimulus-funded S&T work to ensure appropriate reporting is submitted to sponsors.

•   Other related items, concerns, and missions.



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