Awards

The FLC Awards Program annually recognizes federal laboratories and their industry partners for outstanding technology transfer achievements. The FLC’s 30 plus years of advancing tech transfer to meet the needs of our nation’s economy would not have been possible without the creativity and dedication of the federal scientists and inventors we recognize through the Awards Program, as well as the innovative professionals who work alongside them to achieve their goal of creating available technologies to countless people around the world.

The FLC awards are ranked as some of the most prestigious honors in the T2 field and are given as a symbol of well-deserved recognition for phenomenal technological efforts.

The FLC recognizes honorees in the following categories:

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Awards for Excellence in Technology Transfer

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Laboratory Director of the Year

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FLC Service Award

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Interagency Partnership Award

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Outstanding Technology Transfer Professional Award

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State and Local Economic Development Award

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Rookie of the Year Award

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Technology Transfer Innovation Award

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Impact Award

 

Awards Nominations 

The 2020 FLC awards nomination period is now open. All nominations should be submitted through the FLC online submission portal.

All general award nomination submissions are due by Thursday, October 17, 2019. Submissions for the Laboratory Director of the Year award are due Monday, December 2, 2019.

For more detailed information on the 2020 national awards, visit the online submission page.


Tips for Nominating

Whether you’re new or experienced in writing nominations and are looking for an edge to catch the judges’ attention, check out our “Writing a Successful Nomination” video tutorial. This brief video provides inside tips on what makes an ideal nomination, as well as a list of do’s and don’ts.

How to fill out the Nomination form:

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Questions? Contact Us:

If you have questions or require assistance contact awards@federallabs.org