4. THE NATO CODIFICATION CONTRACT CLAUSE:

4.3. GENERAL NOTES:

4.3.1. MILITARY SECURITY

It is the responsibility of any Organisation handling codification data to ensure that the security status of any IoS and its related documentation is fully protected.

4.3.2. INDUSTRIAL SECURITY

It is the responsibility of any Organisation demanding or receiving documentation under the Codification Contract Clause to comply strictly with Industrial Security Rules, particularly with regard to Patents and Registration. Documentation of patented IoS should be suitably marked at the time of supply to fully protect IPR.

4.3.3. FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

The financial provision for the cost of providing technical data or documentation for use in carrying out codification, if such is needed, must be included in bids or tenders and considered at contract placement.

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