DOC52PAPT09010232009 Congressional-mandated Appropriations for Intellectual Property Initiatives (IPI)
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The following non-profit organizations have received joint project agreement (JPA) or cooperative agreement (CA) awards in response to this RFP. Information is also provided identifying the organization’s project assignments. These projects represent a broad array of USPTO priorities based on development and capacity building initiatives, geographic areas of interest/concern, a desire to advocate the United States position on various issues, cutting-edge issues of global importance, and the need to raise intellectual property awareness.
GeorgeWashington University Creative and Innovative Economy Center
Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI)
Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) Educational Foundation
International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI)
Light Years IP
Progress & Freedom Foundation – Center for the Study of Digital Property (CSDP)
The Regents of the University of California – Public International Property Resource for Agriculture (PIPRA)
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is seeking proposals from parties interested in performing policy studies, conferences, and other development programs in support of fair international protection of intellectual property rights. The USPTO intends to issue joint projects and/or cooperative agreements to conduct these programs.
Procurement Type: Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
It is the responsibility of each interested party to check the project web-site (USPTO Intellectual Property Initiative) or the FedBizOps IPI page at (https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOC/PTO/OPDC20220/DOC52PAPT0901023/listing.html) for updates.