Wednesday, January 19, 2005

COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP. LANDS USPTO CONTRACT: Information technology company Computer Sciences Corp. received a systems development and integration contract from the federal Patent and Trademark Office for up to $280 million - one of the largest IT agreements awarded by the office, the company said Tuesday.

Under the contract, which has one base year and seven one-year options, CSC will provide systems design, development, implementation, integration, maintenance, testing and training and assess performance effectiveness and provide feedback to the patent office to help improve processes and enterprise architecture.

- Lets see where this leads us one year from now . . .

3 Comentários:

Anonymous said...

Was it just me or did anyone else notice the USPTO's screw up yesterday, 8/18/2005, when they published the 8/25/2005 Patent Applications online, ONE WEEK EARLY. They later retracted them all.

What will this do to a company's filings vis-a-vis the prior art?

Anonymous said...

>> - Lets see where this leads us one year from now . . .


Well Peter, it has been a year and a half since your post.

Where has it lead us?

Anonymous said...

>> - Lets see where this leads us one year from now . . .


Well Peter, it has been a year and a half since your comment.

Where HAS it lead us?

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