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Systems and technical consultancy services

Pobl Group | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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72220000

Pobl Group (The Group) is seeking a procurement consultant to work in partnership with its directorates for a period of up to 4 years to take an active role in transforming and modernising the Group's circa 20 000 000 GBP per annum Repairs and Maintenance service and associated systems and infrastructure.

The Group's objective is to create an excellent, best-in-class Repairs and Maintenance service that delivers excellent quality, value for money and customer service through a highly effective procurement framework underpinned by efficient cost and performance management systems, a modern digital and financial infrastructure, and a culture of collaboration, co-operation, openness, trust and shared goals that is fully aligned with the Group's core values.

Patent and copyright consultancy services

Swansea University | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline March 8, 2017
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79120000, 73000000

This procurement is for patenting and professional intellectual property related services in support of the technology transfer activity at Swansea University. The requirement is for a firm/s of patent agents to provide cost effective, general intellectual property advice and to undertake the preparation, registration and prosecution of applications for patents and other forms of registered intellectual property including but not limited to trademark applications across all of the relevant research areas of the University. The patent firm/s will be expected to possess the necessary breath of intellectual property law experience and technical understanding particularly in the life, physics and computer sciences with respect to patents, design rights and trademarks.

This procurement is for patenting and professional intellectual property related services in support of the technology transfer activity at Swansea University. The requirement is for a firm/s of patent agents to provide cost effective, general intellectual property advice and to undertake the preparation, registration and prosecution of applications for patents and other forms of registered intellectual property including but not limited to trademark applications across all of the relevant research areas of the University. The patent firm/s will be expected to possess the necessary breath of intellectual property law experience and technical understanding particularly in the life, physics and computer sciences with respect to patents, design rights and trademarks.

It is important that the patent firm/s is able to develop a strong rapport with both the academic community and the technology transfer team at Swansea University and to take proactive steps to foster good relations including availability to correspond in efficient time via email and telephone and to visit Swansea as reasonably requested.

The patent firm/s will also be required to track and report on the costs of their service provision on a quarterly basis and to provide training for University staff in IP administration. Before the end of the contract, the patent firm/ s will provide a professional transfer of IP administrative processes to the University and the cost of this should be included.

The University will reserve the right to procure IP services from other firm/ s of patent agents where, for example, they believe unique specialist skills are required, where they are mandated by funders of University research or where it perceives a potential conflict of interest.

Patent and copyright consultancy services

Swansea University | Published February 4, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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79120000, 73210000

Swansea University has recently secured funding from the Welsh European Funding Office and the Welsh Government's Department for Health and Social Services in order to build portfolios of intellectual property and commercialisation opportunities across the Welsh NHS, at Swansea University and beyond. The program, AgorIP, will run until 31.12.2020.

Swansea University has recently secured funding from the Welsh European Funding Office and the Welsh Government's Department for Health and Social Services in order to build portfolios of intellectual property and commercialisation opportunities across the Welsh NHS, at Swansea University and beyond. The program, AgorIP, will run until 31.12.2020.

In order to deliver the required outputs from this Programme, Swansea University now wishes to appoint a Pipeline Manager who will oversee certain aspects of this initiative. The Pipeline Manager will report to the Director of AgorIP within the University's School of Management located at the University's Bay Campus.

The Pipeline Manager shall work closely with members of the AgorIP team and the School of Management team at Swansea University to:

— Identify and maintain a pipeline of early-stage projects;

— Identify and evaluate specialist commercial advisors;

— Recruit and Chair a Commercial Panel to approve project funding;

— Assist in project delivery and the capture of project outputs; and

— Assist in the reporting to Welsh Government officials.

Patent and copyright consultancy services

Swansea University | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 8, 2017
cpvs
79120000, 73000000

This procurement is for patenting and professional intellectual property related services in support of the technology transfer activity at Swansea University. The requirement is for a firm/s of patent agents to provide cost effective, general intellectual property advice and to undertake the preparation, registration and prosecution of applications for patents and other forms of registered intellectual property including but not limited to trademark applications across all of the relevant research areas of the University. The patent firm/s will be expected to possess the necessary breath of intellectual property law experience and technical understanding particularly in the life, physics and computer sciences with respect to patents, design rights and trademarks.

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