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DOC52PAPT1000017 - International Intellectual Property 2010 Project Initiatives

Proposals Due:  Awarded!
Important Notices
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The following non-profit organizations have received joint project agreement (JPA) or cooperative agreement (CA) awards in response to the RFP.  
Information is also provided identifying each organization’s assignment.  

The National Academy of Sciences (NAS)

  • Comparative Study on Intellectual Property Management in Standard-Setting Organizations and in Government Mandated or Approved Standards - cooperative agreement, award amount $386,675.00

Kenan Foundation Asia

  • Update the Kenan Institute Asia-EPO Comparative Assessment Study of Patent Offices in Southeast Asia - cooperative agreement, award amount $75,792.00

University of California, Berkeley

  • The Implications of Patent Application Growth in China on the USPTO - cooperative agreement, award amount $371,478.00

Light Years IP

  • Implement a comprehensive education program in Ethiopia and Uganda - cooperative agreement, award amount $1,261,463.00

California Western School of Law

  • Roundtable Program and Study on the Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution in IPR Litigation - cooperative agreement, award amount $106,125.00

Widener University

  • Joint Project on the Connection Between Counterfeit Hard Good and Public Health and Safety - joint project, award amount $115,630.00

National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) 

  • Conference and Journal Publication on IP Standards – Cooperative Agreement, award amount $122,000.00

Amendment 2  (posted 2010apr13) – The proposal due date is extended to April 23, 2010. Proposals shall be submitted electronically no later than 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) April 23, 2010. Proposal submissions regarding this RFP should be sent electronically to the following Point of Contact:

John Bardwell
Office of Procurement, USPTO
(571) 272-6567 (Office)

This Amendment 2 has been posted to the Government Point-of-Entry, Federal Business Opportunities.

 The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is seeking proposals in response to request for proposal (RFP) DOC52PAPT1000017 from non-profit organizations 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 project agreements to conduct these programs. Reference the subject RFP for details. The RFP is also posted on FedBizOpps, the Government’s Point-of-Entry.

Procurement Type: Combined Synopsis & Solicitation

Classification Code: B --Special studies and analysis - not R&D

NAlCS Code: 928120 -- International Affairs

>>Proposals are due by April 16, 2010 5:00 pm Eastern.


 Primary Point of Contact:
John L. Bardwell Ill
Contracting Officer
Phone: 571-272-6567 



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