Except as noted in the linked to document, RBA/OBA intellectual property is free for use (with attribution) by government and nonprofit or voluntary sector organizations. There is a similar exemption for small for-profit consulting groups as outlined. Larger for-profit organizations are required to pay an annual fee for use of RBA/OBA intellectual property based on the size of the organization.
The link below sets out licensing and fee requirements for the use of RBA/OBA intellectual property. RBA/OBA intellectual property includes material authored by Mark Friedman, including the book “Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough,” the websites www.resultsaccountability.com and www.raguide.org, and numerous papers on the topics of management, budgeting, planning and accountability dating back to 1993.
To view the Results-Based Accountability™ Licensing Terms and Agreement check out the Clear Impact’s website here.