Gov. Dannel Malloy’s 10-year, $291 million agreement to subsidize a genomic medicine center in Farmington built by the Jackson Laboratory is complex, involving multiple state agencies.

Connecticut Innovations, the state’s venture capital agency, made several agreements with Jackson on behalf of the state. Those agreements are publicly available here.

Now three important agreements with the University of Connecticut Health Center are made available on the internet. The health center released the agreements after Raising Hale made a Freedom of Information Act request.

The documents are the assignment and assumption agreement (three pages), the collaborative research agreement (16 pages) and the intellectual property management agreement (11 pages).

The CRA details how the health center will provide Jackson with 10 employees – paid with taxpayer money – who count toward Jackson’s job-creation goals.

In all, taxpayers will subsidize each Jackson employee by more than $42,000 per year.

Assignment and Assumption Agreement
Assignment and Assumption Agreement Execution Version as of 3.7.12

Collaborative Research Agreement
Collaborative Research Agreement Execution Version as of 3.7

Intellectual Property Management Agreement
Intellectual Property Management Agreement Execution Version as of 3.7

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