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WIPO
DIRECTORATE
GENERAL
OF
WORLD
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY
RIGHTS
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY
OF
INDONESIA
ORGANIZATION
COOPERATION
AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
THE
DIRECTORATE
GENERAL
OF
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY
RIGHTS
OF
INDONESIA
AND
THE
WORLD
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY
ORGANIZATION
FOR
THE
DEVELOPMENT
OF
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY
OFFICE
BUSINESS
SERVICES
The
World
Intellectual
Property
Organization
(hereinafter
referred
to
as
"WIPO")
having
its
headquarters
in
Geneva,
Switzerland,
and
the

Directorate
General
of
Intellectual
Property
Rights
(hereinafter
referred
to
as
"the
Office"),
located
in
Tangerang,
Indonesia
(hereinafter
referred
to
as
the
"Parties"),
RecogniZing
the
desire
of
the
Office
to
cooperate
with
WIPO
for
providing
efficient
and
effective
services
of
intellectual
property
(hereinafter
referred
to
as
"IP")
rights
registration
and
related
services
in
support
of
the
economic
and
social
development
of

Indonesia;
Considering
that
strengthening
cooperation
between
the
Parties
through
the
exchange
of
IP
information
(in
particular,
industrial
property
information)
will
be
mutually
beneficial
and
give
impetus
to
technological
and
economic
development
at
the
national
and
the
international
level;
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Desiring
to
promote
cooperation
between
WIPO
and
the
Office
in
the
furtherance
of
the
common
goal
to
develop
global
IP
infrastructure,

including
globallP
databases
(in
particular,
industrial
property
databases)
as
public
information
goods
to
be
accessible
for
promoting
innovation
and
creativity;
Considering
that
partnership
between
the
Parties
can
substantially
increase
awareness
of
the
importance
of
IP
office
business
services
with
a
view
to
contributing
to
national
economic
and
technical
development;
Taking
into
account
the
Memorandum
of
Understanding
between
the
Directorate
General

of
Intellectual
Property
Rights
of
the
Ministry
of
Law
and
Human
Rights
of
the
Republic
of
Indonesia
and
the
World
Intellectual
Property
Organization,
signed
on
30
December
2009;
Have
agreed
to
enter
into
a
Cooperation
Agreement
(hereinafter
referred
to
as
"the
Agreement"),
as
follows:
I.
INITIATION
OF
THE
PROJECT
Both
parties
agree
to
make
an
inclusive
assessment
of
the
Office's

needs
for
modernization
of
its
IP
business
services
with
a
view
to
preparing
a
detailed
assessment
report
and
1/6
2/6
recommendations
on
the
basis
of
a
preliminary
finding
and
information provided
by
the
Office
to
WIPO.
Both
Parties
agree
that
the
initiation
of
a
project
to
improve
business
services
should
be
based
on
the
understanding
that
the
Office
intends
to
make

available
the
resources
to
implement
the
recommendations
to
be
made
by
WIPO
with
full
support
from
the
Government
of
Indonesia
in
order
to
share
resources,
responsiblities
and
work
between
the
Parties.
II.
TECHNICAL
CONSULTANCY
SERVICES
WIPO
agrees
to
provide
the
Office
with
necessary
technical
consultation
services
in
preparing
automation
strategic
plans.
project
scoping,
project
and
implementation
costs,
simplification
of
business

procedures
and
technical
advice
and
guidance,
to
assist
the
Office
in
delivering
consistent,
appropriate
and
high-quality
IP
business
services.
The
Parties
shall
separately
agree
in
writing
on
specifications
and
other
details
pertaining
to
the
exact
nature
of
the
technical
assistance
program.
III.
TECHNOLOGIES
TO
BE
USED
AND
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARDS
In
principle,
in
view
of
promoting
interoperable
and
internationally
compatible
tools

and
facilities
in
developing
global
IP
infrastructure,
WIPO
uses
technologies
that
are
in
line
with
WIPO
and
industry
de
facto
standards.
IV.
DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS
WIPO
agrees
to
provide
the
Office,
upon
its
request
and
resources
permitting,
with
assistance
in
scanning,
indexing,
formatting
and
with
OCR
(Optical
Character
Recognition)
of
its
industrial
property
data
to
enable
the
Office
to
provide
value-added

information
services
to
its
stakeholders.
The
Parties
shall
separately
agree
in
writing
on
specifications
and
other
details
pertaining
to
the
exact
nature
of
the
technical
assistance
program.
Upon
request,
WIPO
will
make
available
the
WIPOScan
Software
and
the
user-manual
thereof
to
the
Office
to
facilitate
the
digitization
projects,
subject
to
the
terms
and
conditions
attached
in
Annex
II,
which
may

be
modified
and
amended
by
WIPO
from
time
to
time
and
communicated
to
the
Office.
The
data
created
as
a
result
of
the
digitization
projects,
including
full-text
data
created
by
WIPO
using
the
OCR
software,
shall
remain
the
property
of
the
Office
and
shall
be
made
available
to
WIPO
on
the
terms
and
conditions
specified
in
Article
VI.
V.
IP

BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
PROJECTS
WIPO
agrees
to
provide
the
Office,
upon
its
request
and
resources
permitting,
with
assistance
in
automation
of
its
administrative
procedures
for
processing
of
IP
applications,
so
that
the
Office
can
provide
effective
and
efficient
services
to
its
stakeholders.
The
Parties
shall
separately
agree
in
writing
on
specifications
and
other
details
pertaining
to
the
exact
nature
of
the

technical
assistance
program.
Upon
request,
WIPO
will
provide
to
the
Office
software
products
and
platforms,
customization
and
implementation
services,
and
related
documentation,
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