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NSA Updates Patent Portfolio Under Tech Transfer Program

The National Security Agency has updated a list of patented tools NSA aims to bring into the commercial market through a technology transfer program, Nextgov reported Monday.

NSA’s updated patent portfolio covers multiple research and development projects that aim to address big data, cyber, internet of things and mobility challenges.

The list includes big data search, software integrity evaluation systems, electronic component tracking, speech and language recognition, simultaneous voice detection and maritime communications support technologies.

The TTP program works to help companies commercialize agency-developed tools through patent licensing agreements.

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