Army HQ's own William (Bill) Adams, Office of Counsel, honored with Meritorious Service Award from CENDI
It's well deserved --- Bill Adams from Army's Office of Counsel is honored for his service educating various Federal agencies about copyright issues.
From the announcement:
CENDI’s Meritorious Service Award recognizes an individual(s) or team that makes “a noteworthy contribution to CENDI and to federal interagency cooperation through its events, publications, administration, or outreach."
Bill Adams, a significant contributor to the work of CENDI’s Copyright and Intellectual Property Working Group, is being honored as an expert on federal acquisitions, patent law, trademark law, copyright law, technical data rights, and technology transfer. He contributed substantively to the Copyright Working Group’s major publications, including Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright, Permissions – Government-produced and Non-government Produced Works; Copyright Issues in Mass Digitization (in process), and Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright and Computer Software: Issues affecting the U.S. Government with Special Emphasis on Open Source Software. Adams has demonstrated his commitment to CENDI and advancing interagency cooperation by sharing his expertise in the legal challenges involved in information management and delivery within the federal government.