09 Apr Dod Nda Agreement
(a) data marked by user rights or legends of state data law, which are used, modified, reproduced, disclosed, displayed or disclosed only for commercial purposes. Without the express written permission of the contractor whose name appears in the restrictive caption (the “contractor”), the recipient cannot disclose this data to persons other than its subcontractors or suppliers, or to potential subcontractors or suppliers who request this data to submit or execute contracts with the recipient. The recipient requires its potential subcontractors or suppliers or subcontractors to sign a usage and confidentiality agreement before such data is disclosed or disclosed to these individuals. Such an agreement must be consistent with the terms of this agreement. (iv) The contractor enters into a confidentiality agreement with the party whose name appears in the caption, to the extent it requires it, and that such a confidentiality agreement implements the restrictions on the use of such data or software by the contractor, as stated in this clause. The confidentiality agreement does not contain additional conditions, unless the parties to the confidentiality agreement agree; and (C) The contractor (or party asserting restrictions, as identified in the legend on limited rights) may require any public support company covered by the legend to enter into a confidentiality agreement directly with the contractor (or the party asserting restrictions) regarding the use of such data by the insured state assistance provider , or that the contractor (or the party asserting restrictions) may waive in writing the obligation of a confidentiality agreement; and DoD`s response: With regard to the law Izipientin and the effect of 252.227-7025, this clause clearly establishes a legally sufficient and binding obligation for the recipient of the information, which expressly contains all the restrictions contained in the legal language and which expressly confirms that the holder of information on the property is a third of those clauses and therefore has a direct reason for action against the recipient of the protected information in the event of a breach of those obligations.