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The sheet linked above lists US government contracts that include a reference to selected Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.227 clauses which relate to the non-voluntary use of third party patents. The most important of these clauses is FAR 52.227-1, “Authorization and Consent.” When this clause is included by reference in a contract, the company can use any and all US government granted patents to carry about the contract, and the patent holder’s only remedy is to sue the U.S. government for reasonable compensation.

For more context, note that when a company has a FAR 52.227-1 authorization and consent clause, it is not required to notify patent holders, there are no restrictions on exports (TRIPS 31.f does not apply), and the patent holder is not entitled to an injunction. Read the clause here: https://www.acquisition.gov/far/52.227-1