Cooperative Research And Training Units Act Law and Legal Definition

Cooperative Research And Training Units Act (“Act”) is a federal legislation enacted in 1960. The Act aims to promote U.S. wildlife research and training programs. It authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to enter into cooperative agreements with colleges, universities, various state fish and game agencies, and nonprofit organizations in order to develop adequate and coordinated research and training programs for fish and wildlife. Provisions relating to the Act are found under 16 USCS §§ 753a and 753b.