Office of Procurement - Previous Acquisition Projects
SS-PAPT-10-00001 - USPTO's Public Data Dissemination
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) seeks to meet the President’s Open Government Initiative (OGI) to provide increased transparency of Government operations and information by making more patent and trademark bulk data in machine-readable format available via the Internet.
SS-PAPT-09-10008 USPTO’s Data Dissemination Solution
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) embraces the President’s initiative to provide increased transparency of government operations and information by making data available directly to the public. Recent efforts have focused on making virtually all public information from the USPTO accessible on the Internet. Data sets, estimated to be nearly 2 petabytes and maintained by the USPTO include: Application documents (Specification, Claims, Amendments, etc.); MetaData associated with the Applications (Application Data/Transaction History/Patent Term Adjustment/Patent Term Extension Foreign Priority/Attorney Address/Continuity Data/Published Documents); Assignment Data, including history of assignments; Fee Data Associated with the Patent Application/Patent; Application Meta Data (document or paper type/ date of the paper/ page size).
The United States Patent & Trademark Office intends to issue a sole source award to QuestionMark Corporation for the renewal of maintenance of software licenses owned by the USPTO.
The USPTO embraces the President’s initiative to provide increased openness and transparency of government operations through formulation of plans for increased public participation and collaboration, and through solicitation of ideas and expertise of the e-Learning industry participants. The USPTO is considering the development of an outsourcing model for internal and external e-Learning, and is interested in working with vendors and service providers to host and deliver Intellectual Property (IP) and other content to external (public) personnel and internal (USPTO) employees at no cost to the USPTO.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is seeking information from interested parties to participate in policy studies, conferences, and other development programs in support of fair international protection of intellectual property rights.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has a requirement for Information Technology Help Desk Tier 1 Support Services for the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the USPTO.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), an organization with an employee base of approximately 7,000, has a requirement for Information Technology Help Desk Tier 2 and 3 Support Services for the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the USPTO.
Special Notices - Expired
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will be issuing several Requests for Proposals (RFP) for competitive procurements in support of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) in the near future.
The synopsis available below is for information only and provides an outline of upcoming and potential future requirements of the USPTO. The USPTO needs a portfolio of contracts that can provide the flexibility to fulfill the majority of its Information Technology (IT) services and needs.
All of the RFPs in the synopsis will encompass the USPTO Chief Information Office Systems Development Life Cycle methodology and include common terms, conditions and provisions such as Certification and Accreditation and Earned Value Management.
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