Intellectual Property

Who owns the code and rights to make changes to initial programing configuration once the project has been turned over to the owner/end-user?

This is an often-disputed and often-debated issue. It is NSCA’s belief that code ownership needs to be a defined arrangement: something contracted between the software developer, manufacturer, programmer, integrator, and end-user. This is very complex when many parties are involved. There are several legal opinions, numerous case studies, and, in some instances, unresolved project closeout Read the full article…


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