Licensing for Sales to Government Organizations
As an academic research institution we've been developing a UE4 based application for bridge inspections, intended to be used by state departments of transportation. Under our current contract the application would be distributed to the state funding that is funding us, and their contractors, at no cost. From what I understand this setup does not incur any licensing fees?
However, we are investigating the possibility of partnering with a commercial company for expanding the application to other state departments, to whom licensing for the application would be sold. (So government agencies and contractors are purchasing the application from a commercial entity). Under this new model would the 5% royalty fee apply or is it exempt because the end-users are still government agencies/contractors?
asked Jun 16 '16 at 08:29 PM in Legal & Licensing
Agreed in the first scenario there would be license fees or royalty.
And on the second scenario, the royalty would apply - there is no exemption for government agencies or government contractors.
answered Jun 16 '16 at 08:31 PM
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