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Nicole Gingrich (Fed)

Economist

Nicole Gingrich is an Economist in the Technology Partnerships Office (TPO) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Nicole prepares annual reports on technology transfer, both at the departmental and federal levels; supports economic analysis activities through data collecting and processing; and serves as a contracting officer’s representative for TPO’s economic analysis contracts. She is also responsible for graphic design and web design content for TPO's internal and external web pages.

Prior to her current role in TPO, Nicole started as an aide for the TPO's paralegal. In May 2015, she shifted to her current role, working with the team of economists on technology transfer reporting.

Nicole holds a MS in applied economics from The Johns Hopkins University and a BA in economics from Hood College.

Publications

NIST Interactions: Fiscal Year 2015 through Fiscal Year 2018

Author(s)
Nicole K. Gingrich, Isaac Patterson, Jimmy Nazario-Negron, Michael J. Hall
This study analyzes data from fiscal years 2015 through 2018 of eighteen interaction types in which NIST participates annually. To describe the volume of direct

NIST Customer Demographics: Calibrations

Author(s)
Nicole K. Gingrich, Isaac S. Patterson
This economic analysis brief summarizes the efforts and results of the data collection and analysis of NIST's calibration customer information. Summary

NIST Customer Demographics: Patent Licenses

Author(s)
Nicole K. Gingrich, Isaac S. Patterson
This economic analysis brief summarizes the efforts and results of the data collection and analysis of NIST's patent licensee information. Summary statistics
Created September 24, 2019, Updated January 22, 2021