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Source: Public Law 90-396, July 11, 1968, The Standard Reference Data Act
Purpose: To provide for the collection, compilation, critical evaluation, publication and sale of standard reference data
Excerpt: Section 6 – ...the Secretary may secure copyright and renewal thereof on behalf of the United States as author or proprietor in all or any part of any standard reference data which he prepares or makes available under this Act, and may authorize the reproduction and publication thereof by others.
Source: Public Law 114-329, January 6, 2017, S. 3084 – American Innovation and Competitiveness Act , Section 108, Standard Reference Data Act Update
Purpose: To modify the definition of Standard Reference Data provided in Public Law 90-396
Public Law 90-396 in its entirety.
Public Law 114-329 in its entirety.