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Summary of Financial and Performance Highlights

FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
(Dollars in Thousands)
Line Item %  Change
2011 over 2010
September 30,
2011
September 30,
2010
Fund Balance with Treasury 13.6% $1,631,206 $1,436,432
Property, Plant, and Equipment, Net 18.5% 206,628 174,397
Other Assets (8.5%) 15,663 17,124
Total Assets 13.9% $1,853,497 $1,627,953
Deferred Revenue 9.2% $845,782 $774,388
Accounts Payable 22.1% 85,640 70,114
Accrued Payroll, Benefits, and Leave 14.3% 203,956 178,465
Other Liabilities 2.8% 115,859 112,681
Total Liabilities 10.2% $1,251,237 $1,135,648
Net Position 22.3% 602,260 492,305
Total Liabilities & Net Position 13.9% $1,853,497 $1,627,953
Total Program Cost 7.0% $2,148,097 $2,006,938
Total Earned Revenue 6.4% (2,236,374) (2,101,682)
Net Income from Operations (6.8%) $(88,277) $(94,744)
Budgetary Resources Available for Spending 8.2% $2,338,600 $2,161,632
Total Collections, Net of Outlays 56.9% $(191,593) $(122,074)
Federal Personnel 7.4% 10,210 9,507
Disbursements by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) 100% 99%
On-Time Payments to Vendors 4.2% 100% 96%
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS
Performance Measures FY 2011
Target
FY 2011
Actual
Performance
Results1
Patent Average First Action Pendency (months) 23.0 28.0 Not Met
Patent Average Total Pendency (months) 34.5 33.7 Met
Patent Final Disposition Compliance Rate 95.6% - 96.5% 95.4% Met
Patent In-Process Compliance Rate 94.6% - 95.6% 95.2% Met
Patent Applications Filed Electronically 90.0% 93.1%2 Met
Trademark Average First Action Pendency (months) 2.5 to 3.5 3.1 Met
Trademark Average Total Pendency (months) 12.5 10.5 Met
Trademark First Action Compliance Rate 95.5% 96.5% Met
Trademark Final Compliance Rate 97.0% 97.0%3 Met
Trademark Applications Processed Electronically 68.0% 73.0% Met

Percentage of prioritized countries that have implemented at least 75% of action steps in the country-specific action plans toward progress along following dimensions:

  1. Institutional improvements of IP office administration for advancing IPR
  2. Institutional improvements of IP enforcement entities
  3. Improvements in IP laws and regulations
  4. Establishment of government-to-government cooperative mechanisms
75.0% 100.0% Met
Percentage of foreign officials trained who have initiated or implemented a positive change in the IP systems in their organizations and/or countries Baseline 4 4

Notes:

1: The performance result of a given measure is either met (100 percent or greater of target), slightly below (95 to 99 percent of the target), or not met (below 95 percent of target). (back to text)

2: This is preliminary data and is expected to be final by December 2011 and will be reported in the fiscal year (FY) 2012 PAR. (back to text)

3: Within the target range of 97 percent considering the margin of error (+/- 0.6 percent). (back to text)

4: FY 2011 is a baseline year for this new measure. A target will be assigned after baseline data has been analyzed, and actuals reported subsequently in FY 2012. (back to text)

United States Patent and Trademark Office
Last Modified: 01/03/2012 14:02:37