E wo/pbc/23/3 original: english date: june 4, 2015 Program and Budget Committee Twenty-Third Session Geneva, July 13 to 17, 2015


STRATEGIC GOAL IV COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF GLOBAL IP INFRASTRUCTURE



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STRATEGIC GOAL IV COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF GLOBAL IP INFRASTRUCTURE


Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has created opportunities for greater efficiencies in the international IP system, more effective access to the output of the system, and increased participation in the system by least developed, developing and transition countries. The aim of this Strategic Goal is to strengthen the infrastructure of Member States, in particular, least developed, developing and transition countries, to enhance international cooperation in infrastructure and data flows throughout the system, and to develop global IP databases and voluntary platforms for increased technical cooperation.

The coordination and development of global IP infrastructure also contributes to Strategic Goal III (Use of IP for Development), Strategic Goal II (Provision of Premier Global IP Services) and Strategic Goal V (World Reference Source for IP Information). It includes the implementation of a number of Development Agenda recommendations.



Expected Results

Performance Indicators

Responsible Program(s)

IV.1 Updated and globally accepted system of international classifications and WIPO standards to facilitate access, use and dissemination of IP information among stakeholders in the world

No. of amendments and information files introduced into the Nice Classification
No. of new subdivisions introduced into the IPC per year

Program 12

Program 12






No. of amended and new standards adopted

Program 12




No. of users accessing the Internet publications of international classifications and standards, in particular from developing countries

Program 12

IV.2 Enhanced access to, and use of, IP information by IP institutions and the public to promote innovation and creativity

No. of ABC constituent members



Program 3




No. of donors

Program 3




No. of legal instruments, guidelines, statements of principles other than binding instruments with the participation of the stakeholders concerned in areas such as new copyright treaties and Copyright in the Digital Environment

Program 3




% of participants in seminars and workshops on copyright in the digital environment expressing positive feedback

Program 3




No. of sustainable national TISC networks (numbers cumulative)

Program 9

Program 14



Program 20




No. of organizations, communities, individuals that applied and used the Appropriate Technology as a solution to identified development challenges in LDCs

Program 9




Use of Appropriate Technology for development through patent searches and reports, technology landscapes, business plans (Number of experts, National Expert Groups (NEGs) in LDCs)

Program 9




Identified Appropriate Technology commercialized in LDCs

Program 9




Projects replicated in other areas in LDCs

Program 9




Institutions established to continue working on Appropriate Technology in LDCs

Program 9




Continuation and expansion of national technological capacity building programs on Appropriate Technology in LDCs

Program 9




Utilization of Appropriate Technology for economic development included in the national innovation and IP policies and strategies in LDCs

Program 9




No. of different users per quarter in all Global Database systems

Program 13




No. of languages in which cross-lingual search is available

Program 13




No. of language pairs available for translation of descriptions and claims

Program 13




No. of records contained in PATENTSCOPE

Program 13




Average no. of users serviced by TISCs per annum

Program 14




No. of Member States in the respective regions collaborating with Global Databases

Program 14




No. of active registered users of ARDI and ASPI

Program 14




No. of TISC Clinic requests submitted to TISCs

Program 14




No. of TISCs offering patent analytical services

Program 14




No. of users of WIPO’s global Databases, PATENTSCOPE, Global Brands Database, and Designs Database

Program 20




Increase in the no. of WIPO Lex users
No. of Technology Management Units (TMU) that were established or strengthened in Universities or R&D institutions under the WIPO University Initiative Program
No. of universities and/or research institutions having developed and/or improved their IP policies

Program 21

Program 30


Program 30

IV.3 Broad geographical coverage of the content and use of WIPO Global IP Databases

No. of records contained in Global Brands Database
No. of records contained in Global Designs Database

Program 13

Program 13






No. of National Collections in PATENTSCOPE

Program 13




No. of National Collections in Global Brands Database

Program 13

IV.4 Enhanced technical and knowledge infrastructure for IP Offices and other IP institutions leading to better services (cheaper, faster, higher quality) to their stakeholders and better outcome of IP Administration

No. of Offices using WIPO Infrastructure Platforms

Program 15

Program 20







Average Service Level of IP Offices assisted (ranging from 1 to 5

Program 9

Program 15






No. of Collective Management Organizations (CMOs) in developing countries and LDCs participating in regional and global networks facilitated by WIPO )

Program 15





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