(a) publications. The FAS and the federal government enjoy a free, non-exclusive and irrevocable right to reproduce, publish or otherwise use materials developed in conjunction with a financial support activity or federal contract under such an agreement, and to authorize others to be used. (1) NFS must recognize assistance to the FAS, whether in cash or in kind, in all publications written or published with the assistance of the federal award and, where possible, at each publication reporting on the results of a federally subsidized activity or describing: "This material is based on work supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the federal agricultural service under the federal endowment." (2) All of these documents must also include the following disclaimer, unless the publication is formally approved by the FAS: "All opinions, conclusions, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the U.S. Department of Agriculture." 3. All public or technical information relating to work carried out under a federal award is provided by other developing countries for consultation and advice. The information made available to the public should describe the contributions of both parties to the work efforts. In the event of a dispute, a separate publication can be made with effective confirmation and disclaimer statements. 4. The ENF or its agents are not authorized to develop and publish documents that may be sold and distributed for profit. b) media. The NFS recognizes the support of the FAS in all forms of support (printing, DVD, audio production, Web, etc.) which, as stated in paragraph a) (1) above, are produced with federal assistance and generate direct production costs of more than $5,000 for the ENF.
Unless otherwise of the federal price, this requirement does not apply to media produced as research instruments or for the documentation of experiences or results intended for presentation or dissemination to a USDA/FAS audience. c) audiovisual. The SAF must determine the ownership of the audiovisual production on the basis of the contributions of the parties to the production. If THE SAFs and/or other federal authorities contribute at least 50% of the total cost, including in kind, to the development of audiovisual production, it is owned by the FAS. 1. If faS finds that the FAS is the owner, the FAS must source audiovisual media through the public procurement procedures of the Office of Administration and the budget of the Board of Directors.