Thank you for your interest in obtaining a license for JPL software. In order to fulfill your request, we need to gather some information about you, your organization, and how you intend to use our software. Please fill out, as completely as possible, the on-line forms (Part 1 and 2), and we will process your request in a timely manner.
Note that all JPL software is subject to U.S. export regulations such as the International Trafficking of Arms Regulations (ITAR). Many programs can only be licensed to U.S. persons. If verification of citizenship status is necessary, the JPL software release authority will contact you with instructions.
Government subcontractors may receive a royalty-free license for performance on an active government contract. For such licenses, the Government Contracting Officer (GCO) will be contacted and must provide verification of and information about the government program.
Licenses will only be sent to valid government, university, or professional addresses. If the license request is approved, a license form will be sent via email, unless otherwise requested. For non-U.S. Government Agency requests, licenses must be signed, dated and received by the JPL Software Release Authority via fax or mail.
Caltech/JPL reserves the right to refuse any new license request. Submission of information does not constitute an agreement to grant a license.
Feel free to contact the JPL Software Release Authority with any questions.
JPL Software Release Authority
Office of Technology Transfer of JPL
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, M/S: 321-123
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Pasadena, CA 91109
Name: Brian A. Morrison