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Appendix G 2009 BRDIS Results PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS

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11019015 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 2009 BUSINESS R&D FORM AND INNOVATION SURVEY BRDI-1 (01-06-2010) Draft 11 OMB No. 0607-0912: Approval Expires 10/31/2011 DUE DATE: Report electronically: www.census.gov/econhelp/brdis Username: Password: Reporting electronically allows Table 1 - 2009 Totals you to save your work as you go through the form and See last page for Undistributed Lines could save you time. Report by mail: If you report online, please do not mail in the paper form. U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 1201 East 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47132-0001 For information or assistance: • www.census.gov/econhelp/brdis • Call 1-800-772-7851, option "5" (8 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST, M-F) • Write to the address above. Include your 11-digit ID printed on the mailing label. (Please correct any errors in this mailing address) Your Response is Required by Law Title 13, United States Code, requires businesses and other organizations that receive this questionnaire to answer the questions and return the report to the Census Bureau. Respondents are not required to respond to any information collection unless it displays a valid approval number from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The OMB number appears at the top of this page. Your Response is Confidential by Law Title 13, United States Code, requires that your response be seen only by persons sworn to uphold the confidentiality of Census Bureau information and may be used only for statistical purposes. The law also provides that copies retained in your company’s files are immune from legal process. About the Business R&D and Innovation Survey The Business Research and Development and Innovation Survey is a national survey that collects critical information about research and development (R&D) and innovation at businesses operating in the U.S. Policy makers and data users in industry and academia make use of this information for short and long-term planning. Better information about R&D and innovation in the U.S. business sector will help leaders make better decisions to strengthen American competitiveness. Thank You – Your Response is Important Accurate and timely statistical information could not be produced without your continued cooperation and goodwill. Thank you. ∼ This survey is jointly conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Science Foundation ∼ USCENSUSBUREAU §,"{0¤

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11019023 Table of Contents Survey Overview and Table of Contents The survey is divided into six sections. Each section asks questions about different aspects of R&D or innovation at your company. Due to the specialized nature of each section, it may be necessary to collaborate with colleagues in different departments to answer the questions. The sections are color coded and cover the following topical areas: Section 1: Company Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.4 Topics: company ownership, business(es), revenues, and innovation. Requires: knowledge of the company’s sales and revenues. Section 2: Financial Schedule A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.9 Topics: R&D expenses and capital expenditures for R&D. Requires: knowledge of your company’s accounting concepts and access to financial records. Section 3: Financial Schedule B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.18 Topics: costs for work that was funded, paid for, or reimbursed by others. Requires: knowledge of your company’s financial records related to R&D activities. Section 4: Management and Strategy of R&D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.31 Topics: characteristics of R&D reported in Sections 2 and 3. Requires: familiarity with the technical and strategic aspects of your company’s R&D. Section 5: Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.39 Topics: your company’s employees, focusing on those who work on R&D activities. Requires: familiarity with human resources (HR) concepts and access to HR records. Section 6: Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.43 Topics: intellectual property and technology transfer. Requires: knowledge of your company’s general business strategy, patenting, and licensing. What is Research and Development (R&D)? R&D is planned, creative work aimed at discovering new knowledge or developing new or significantly improved goods and services. This includes a) activities aimed at acquiring new knowledge or understanding without specific immediate commercial application or use (basic research); b) activities aimed at solving a specific problem or meeting a specific commercial objective (applied research); and c) systematic use of research and practical experience to produce new or significantly improved goods, services, or processes (development). The term Research and Development does NOT include expenditures for: • Costs for routine product testing, quality control, and technical services unless they are an integral part of an R&D project • Market research • Efficiency surveys or management studies • Literary, artistic, or historical projects, such as films, music, or books and other publications • Prospecting or exploration for natural resources Changes from the 2008 survey Based on extensive conversations with many of the 2008 survey respondents, the 2009 survey has been improved. Both sections and questions have been modified to facilitate a better understanding of the concepts presented. For a list of specific changes, go to www.census.gov/econhelp/brdis. Filing electronically You may submit your survey online via a secure website. Online submission allows you to save the data on secure Census Bureau servers as you go, so you can save, exit, and resume later without losing any of your data. It also allows you to save a paper or electronic copy of your completed survey. To submit online, do the following: (1) Go to www.census.gov/econhelp/brdis (2) Click on Report Online (3) Follow the instructions to log in. Your username and password are located in the upper left corner of the front page. (4) Respond to this survey. Form BRDI-1 2 §,"{8¤

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11019031 Electronic materials Electronic versions of the questionnaire and related documents are available to print or share with others in your company via email. They can be found at www.census.gov/econhelp/brdis. You can: • Print and download copies of the questionnaire in PDF format • Download Excel worksheets for each section • Get question-by-question instructions, definitions, and examples that provide clarification • Get answers to frequently asked questions, including how the data will be used Reporting unit The reporting unit is your company, including all subsidiaries and divisions. Include operations of subsidiary companies where there is more than 50 percent ownership. Reporting for discontinued operations For reporting purposes, treat discontinued operations as ongoing and include these data in your responses where applicable. Reporting for worldwide, domestic, and foreign operations The term “worldwide” refers to all geographic locations, including the United States. The term “domestic” refers to the 50 United States and the District of Columbia only. The term “foreign” refers to all other locations outside the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. Foreign-owned companies If your company is foreign-owned, the reporting unit for the survey is your U.S.-based company, including all its majority-owned subsidiaries and divisions regardless of location. For reporting purposes, your foreign owner and any other foreign affiliates your company does not own should be treated the same as any other customer or business partner you do not own. If you pay your foreign owner for R&D services, those costs should be included in your responses in Section 2 as "costs for purchased R&D services". If your foreign owner pays or reimburses your company for R&D services, the costs for this R&D should be included in your responses in Section 3 as "costs funded, paid for, or reimbursed by others". Report your survey data using U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (U.S. GAAP) as recognized by the Financial Accounting Standard Board (FASB). If your company follows International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), we request that you estimate any adjustments that would be required to conform to U.S. GAAP. Please note these estimates in the space for "Remarks" at the end of the survey. Reporting period Report data for the calendar year 2009, if possible, or for your company’s fiscal year ending between April 2009 and March 2010. Partial-year reporters If your company was purchased by a U.S. company or ceased operations between April 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009, report for the period from January 1, 2009 to the date of purchase or the date your company ceased operations. If either of these events occurred before April 1, 2009, complete questions 1-1 through 1-3 on pages 4-5 and return this form to the Census Bureau. Disregard this instruction if your parent company instructs you to complete this survey. Estimates are acceptable Please report all items to the best of your ability. To speak with a survey specialist, call 1-800-772-7851, option ‘5’. Survey specialists are available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, M-F to help with any questions you may have. Form BRDI-1 3 §,"{@¤

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11019049 SECTION 1 SECTION 1 Company Information 1-1 Who is the survey coordinator? The survey coordinator is the person at your company responsible for gathering all requested information, ensuring instructions are followed, and submitting the completed survey. The survey coordinator may not be able to personally complete the entire survey. The task of completing this survey will require collaboration with persons who have access to your company’s R&D, accounting, human resources, and legal departments. Name Title Telephone Fax Area code Number Extension Area code Number E-mail address 1-2 Did another company other than a holding company own more than 50 percent of your company during 2009? Yes ➔ Please provide the following information: Name of owner EIN of owner (9 digits) (MM) (DD) (YYYY) Date owner purchased your company Is the owner a U.S. company? Yes ➔ Please follow the instructions on page 3 for "Partial-year reporters" No ➔ Please follow the instructions on page 3 for "Foreign-owned companies" No Form BRDI-1 4 §,"{R¤

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11019056 1-3 Has your company ceased operations? SECTION 1 Yes ➔ Please provide the following information: (MM) (DD) (YYYY) Date your company ceased operations Please follow the instructions on page 3 for "Partial-year reporters" No 1-4 Did your company own more than 50 percent of any company operations or subsidiaries outside the 50 United States and D.C. during 2009? Yes ➔ Include data for these operations/subsidiaries in your survey responses No 1-5 Did your company have discontinued operations in 2009? Yes ➔ Include data for these operations in your survey responses No Business Codes 1-6 Do the business code(s) listed below reflect all applicable codes from the list on pages 46-48 in which your company operated worldwide during 2009? NOTE: These codes will be used to describe both business activities and R&D activities and may differ from industry codes used by other government surveys and reports. If no business codes are printed below, please write in the codes from pages 46-48 that apply to your company. Yes ➔ Continue with Question 1-7 No ➔ Draw a line through codes that are incorrect. As needed, enter additional codes and descriptions from pages 46-48 in the spaces provided. Business Code (see pages 46-48) Description Form BRDI-1 5 §,"{Y¤

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11019056 1-7 What was the amount of your company’s worldwide net sales and revenues SECTION 1 - Relative Standard Errorduring 2009? =0.5% - Collected on both forms. Include: - Unit non-response • Sales and operating revenues from discontinued operations $Bil. Millions US $ Mil. Thou. weight adjustment applied. - Item imputation was Exclude: • Non-operating income such as gains on disposal of assets 10,139,109 done by HQ analysts for significant cases 1-8 How much of the amount reported in Question 1-7 was attributable to or - Relative Standard Errororiginated from domestic operations? = 0.7% $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. - Collected on both forms.Include: • - Unit non-response weight Operating revenues and sales to foreign customers, adjustment applied. including foreign subsidiaries 7,407,583 - Item imputation was done by HQ analysts for significant cases or by 1-9 using substitution from How much of the 2009 net sales and operating revenue amounts was for each Business Register sales business code listed or amended in Question 1-6: or by NALOB ROI (1) Worldwide net sales and operating revenues reported in Question 1-7 (2) Domestic net sales and operating revenues reported in Question 1-8 (1) (2) Worldwide net sales and Domestic net sales and Business Code operating revenues operating revenues (see page 5) $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Less eliminations – sales and revenues that are eliminated in order to - Collected only the largest code on the BRDI-1A form. consolidate the business codes. . . . j. Total. . . . . . . . . . . 10,139,109 7,407,583 Total equals Question 1-7 Total equals Question 1-8 Form BRDI-1 6 §,"{Y¤

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11019072 Innovation SECTION 1 1-10 Did your company introduce any of the following during the three-year period, 2007 to 2009? Weighted Counts a. New or significantly improved goods (excluding the simple resale YES NO of new goods purchased from others and changes of a solely -Collected on aesthetic nature) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RSE .=4.1% . . . . 78,761 Yes .. ... ... 1,237,645 RSE =0.8% No BOTH forms b. New or significantly improved services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122,212Yes 1,191,882 RSE = 0.9% -No item imputation RSE =3.8% No ... producing goods or services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.7%. . . . 59,588 Yes c. New or significantly improved methods of manufacturing or RSE = . . ... 1,252,086 RSE = 0.8% No methods for your inputs, goods, or services . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.5%. . . . 55,777 Yes d. New or significantly improved logistics, delivery, or distribution .. ... 1,255,552 RSE = 0.8% No RSE = e. New or significantly improved support activities for your purchasing, accounting, or computing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.7%. . . .125,545Yes 1,183,918 RSE =0.9% processes, such as maintenance systems or operations for RSE = No .. ... 1-11 If you answered "yes" to either 1-10, line a, or 1-10, line b, were any of those new or significantly improved goods or services: Weighted Counts YES NO a. New to one of your markets? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes No RSE =% RSE =% Your company introduced new or significantly improved goods or services to one of your markets before your competitors? (It may have been available in other markets) RSE =% Yes No RSE = % b. Only new to your company? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Your company introduced new or significantly improved goods or services that were already available from your competitors in your markets. 1-12 Using the definitions above, please give the percentage of your total sales in 2009 from: Millions US $ a. New or significantly improved goods and services introduced during 2007 to 2009 that were new to one of your markets? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 627,110 % RSE = 0.4% b. New or significantly improved goods and services introduced during 2007 to 2009 that were only new to your company?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 590,811 % RSE = 0.8% c. Goods and services that were unchanged or only marginally modified during 2007 to 2009 (include the resale of new goods or services purchased from other enterprises) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,032,566 % RSE =0.5% 1 0 0 % d. Total sales in 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -Collected on BOTH forms -No item imputation -NOTE: sum of details does not equal Q1.8 because Q1.12 was derived from sales numbers that have since been revised (difference = $111,378m) Form BRDI-1 7 §,"{i¤

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11019080 Reporting Information SECTION 1 1-13 Is the information in this section reported for the 2009 calendar year? Yes No ➔ Enter time period covered below: (MM) (YYYY) (MM) (YYYY) From To Hours Minutes 1-14 Approximately how long did it take to complete this section? : 1-15 Please list the names and titles of the persons who provided data for this section. Name Title Form BRDI-1 8 §,"{q¤

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11019098 SECTION 2 Financial Schedule A Who should answer this section? Persons familiar with accounting concepts and with access to financial records related to your company’s R&D activities. What does this section cover? This section requests financial information about your company’s R&D expenses and capital expenditures SECTION 2 for R&D. This section requests information about your company’s R&D at multiple levels of detail: for your worldwide consolidated enterprise, for units or parts of your company defined by geography (countries, states, specific location), and for parts of your company defined by business code. 2-1 What was the total worldwide R&D expense for your company in 2009? - Relative Standard Error = 1.3% If your company is publicly traded, this amount is equivalent to that disclosed on SEC Form 10-K as defined by FASB Statement - Collected on BOTH No. 2, "Accounting for Research and Development Costs." $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. forms - No item imputation -NOTE: Q2.1 - Q2.3 If your company is foreign-owned, refer to the instructions on page 3. Additional guidance, such as for privately-owned 333,657 does not equal Q2.4 companies, is available online at www.census.gov/econhelp/brdis. because Q2.1 and Q2.3 were edited based on revised Q2.4 data (difference = $1,861m) Does the amount reported in Question 2-1 include any of 2-2 the following costs? a. Collaborative research and development that was reimbursed by business partners, such as through cost-sharing agreements . . . . . . . . . Yes No b. R&D paid for by government or private foundation grants . . . . . . . . . . . Yes No FOR 2.3: c. Technical services not an integral part of an R&D project (such as - Relative Standard product support provided by R&D employees) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes No Error = 17.9% - Collected on BOTH forms d. Bid and proposal costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes No - No item imputation e. Expense your company claimed resulting from the acquisition of another company with unfinished R&D projects (In-process R&D) . . . . . Yes No 2-3 If you answered "Yes" to any of the costs in Question $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. 2-2, what was the amount of these costs that were included in your response to Question 2-1? 23,074 2-4 Subtract 2-3 from 2-1 and enter the result here. $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. This is the total R&D paid for by your company in 2009. 312,444 FOR 2.4: - Relative Standard Error = 0.5% 2-5 Was the amount entered in Question 2-4 greater than zero? Collected on BOTH forms - - Unit non-response weight adjustment applied. - Item imputation was done by HQ analysts for Yes ➔ Continue with Question 2-6 selected cases where 10K values or prior year data was available No ➔ Skip to Section 3 on page 18 2-6 How much of the amount reported in Question 2-4 was $Bil. Millions US $ Mil. Thou. for R&D costs your company plans to recoup through indirect charges on U.S. federal government contracts 4,705 (IR&D or independent R&D)? -Relative Standard Error =0.0% -Collected on BRDI-1 ONLY -Unit non-response weight adjustment Form BRDI-1 applied -No item imputation 9 §,"{¥¤

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11019106 R&D paid for by your company 2-7 Of the amount reported in Question 2-4, what were the costs for each business code listed or amended on page 5 of this form? Allocate R&D that is applicable to more than one business code on a reasonable basis. Allocation in proportion to operating revenues is acceptable unless some alternative allocation basis is more appropriate. Business Code Millions US $ Thou. SECTION 2 (see page 5) $Bil. Mil. a. ................................ b. ................................ c. ................................ d. ................................ e. ................................ f. ................................ g. . . . . . . . . . Collected. only.the. largest . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . code on the BRDI-1A form. h. ................................ i. Total (equals Question 2-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8 Of the amount reported in Question 2-4, what costs were incurred by your company in the following countries? -Collected on BOTH $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. forms -Unit non-response a. Domestic U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251,938 RSE = 0.6% weight adjustment applied -Item imputation: 2.8a by NALOB ROI b. All other countries (including Puerto Rico) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60,506 RSE = 0.4% and 2.8b by subtraction c. Total (equals Question 2-4). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312,444 RSE = 0.5% 2-9 Copy the amount from Question 2-8, line a. This is the $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. total domestic R&D paid for by your company in 2009. 251,938 2-10 Copy the amount reported from Question 2-8, line b. $Bil. Millions US $ Thou. Mil. This is the total foreign R&D paid for by your company in 2009. 60,506 Form BRDI-1 10 §,"|’¤

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11019429 Full-time equivalents (FTEs) 5-12 What was the number of domestic full-time equivalent (FTE) scientists and engineers engaged in R&D activities for the pay period that included March 12, 2009? -RSE = 2.0% -Collected on Full-time equivalents account for R&D scientists and engineers who do not BOTH forms work full-time and R&D scientists and engineers who do not work on R&D -Unit non-response activities full-time. For example, a scientist or engineer who works half-time weight adjustment applied would be counted as one employee on a headcount basis but as one-half (½) Thousands Number an FTE employee. Similarly, a full-time employee who devotes 25% of their time -No item imputation to R&D would be counted as one quarter (¼) an R&D FTE employee. The number of FTEs and the headcount may differ for your company. 666 5-13 How many FTEs reported in question 5-12 were engaged in R&D Number Thousands activities funded by U.S. federal government grants or contracts for the pay period that included March 12, 2009? -RSE = 21.9% 53 -Collected on BOTH forms -Unit non-response weight adjustment applied Reporting information -No item imputation Hours Minutes 5-14 Approximately how long did it take to complete this section? : 5-15 Please list the names and titles of the persons who provided data for this section. Name Title SECTION 5 Form BRDI-1 42 §,"¡>¤

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11019437 SECTION 6 Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Who should answer this section? Persons with an understanding of your company’s general business strategy and knowledge of its patenting, licensing, and other intellectual property related activities. What does this section cover? This section requests information about intellectual property and technology transfer activities such as: • Patents • Patent licensing • Protection of intellectual property • Transfer of intellectual property Are responses to this survey confidential? Yes. Your responses are completely confidential under Title 13, United States Code, and are seen only by persons sworn to uphold the confidentiality of Census Bureau information. Data provided will be used only to publish summary statistics that do not identify individual companies. Title 13 also provides that copies of reports retained in your files are immune from legal process. In addition, reported data are exempt from requests made under the Freedom of Information Act. Patents Number 6-1 How many patents did your company apply for in 2009 from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)? 116,972 RSE = 1.0% 6-2 What percentage of the patent applications reported in Question Number 6-1 has your company applied for or plans to apply for in foreign jurisdictions? 60,391 % RSE = 1.2% 6-3 What percentage of the patent applications reported in Question Number 6-1 was for inventions that originated within your company’s organized R&D activities? 112,854 % RSE = 1.2% Number 6-4 How many patents were issued to your company in 2009 by the USPTO? 60,583 RSE = 0.8% 6-5 What percentage of your company’s inventions considered for patenting % SECTION 6 in 2009 resulted in patent applications? FOR 6.1 - 6.7: -Collected on BOTH forms -No item imputation Form BRDI-1 43 §,"¡F¤

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11019445 Patent licensing 6-6 What was the amount of your company’s patents $Bil. Millions US $ Mil. Thou. licensing revenue in 2009? 30,658 RSE = 0.8% Number Number 6-7 How many new agreements did your company enter into during 2009 to license patents to others not owned by your company? 13,894 RSE = 2.9% Intellectual property transfer activities Weighted Counts Did your company perform the following activities in 2009? YES NO 6-8 RSE RSE a. Transferred intellectual property (IP) to others not owned by your company through participation in technical assistance or 11.9% "know how" agreements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,986 Yes . 1,155,509 0.9% No b. Received IP from others not owned by your company through11.6% participation in technical assistance or "know how" agreements . . . . . 9,168 Yes . 1,152,755 0.9% No -Collected on c. Transferred IP to a spin-off or spin-out of your company. .30.8%. . . . . . 1,256 Yes ... . 1,162,385 0.9% No BOTH forms -No item imputation d. Received IP from a parent company as part of a spin-off or spin-out. . 1,226 Yes 1,159,246 0.9% 38.1% . No e. Acquired more than 50% ownership in another company for the primary purpose of acquiring their IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26.2%. . . . . . 1,129 Yes ... . 1,161,088 0.9% No f. Acquired any financial interest in another company in order to gain access to their IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.1%. . . . . . . 879 Yes ... 1,159,499 0.9% No g. Participated in cross-licensing agreements–agreements in which two or more parties grant a license to each other for the use of the subject matter claimed in one or more of the patents owned by each party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16.5%. . . . . . 3,101 Yes ... . 1,159,027 0.9% No h. Allowed free use of patents or other IP owned by your company (for example, allowing free use of software patents by the open source community) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25.0%. . . . . . 1,311 Yes ... . 1,157,988 0.9% No i. Made use of open source patents or other freely available IP not owned by your company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.2%. . . . . . .14,931 Yes .. . 1,142,661 0.9% No SECTION 6 Form BRDI-1 44 §,"¡N¤

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11019452 Intellectual property protection RSE-VI RSE-SI Weighted Counts RSE-NI 6-9 During 2009, how important to your company were the Very Somewhat Not following types of intellectual property protection? important important important 6.7% 7.2% 23,031 a. Utility patents (patents for invention) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,644 1,037,824 1.0% 7.2% 6.2% 19,817 b. Design patents (patents for appearance) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38,619 1,026,507 1.0% -Collected on BOTH forms -No item imputation 4.4% 4.2% 75,103 c. Trademarks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85,215 927,928 1.1% 5.1% 4.7% 51,317 d. Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67,936 966,770 1.1% 4.2% 4.3% 74,553 e. Trade secrets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87,738 921,608 1.1% 14.2% 9.6% f. Mask works (copyright protection for semiconductor products) 7,297 17,832 1,053,903 1.0% Reporting information 6-10 Is the information in this section reported for the 2009 calendar year? Yes No ➔ Enter time period covered below: (MM) (YYYY) (MM) (YYYY) From To Hours Minutes 6-11 Approximately how long did it take to complete this section? : 6-12 Please list the names and titles of the persons who provided data for this section. Name Title SECTION 6 Form BRDI-1 45 §," x¤

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11019460 Business codes 56191 Office administrative, facilities, employment, (used in Sections 1, 2, and 3) and other support services 32300 Printing and related support activities Aerospace & Defense 56290 Remediation and other waste 33641 Aircraft manufacturing management services 33642 Aircraft engine and engine parts manufacturing 54173 Research & development services in 33643 Other aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment biotechnology manufacturing 54174 Research & development services in physical, 33644 Guided missiles, space vehicles, and parts engineering, and life sciences manufacturing (except biotechnology) 32602 Inflatable plastic boats manufacturing 54172 Research & development services in 32603 Inflatable rubber boats manufacturing social sciences and humanities 33692 Military armored vehicle, tank, and tank 54140 Specialized design services components manufacturing 56150 Travel arrangement and reservation services 33452 Search, detection, navigation, guidance, 56210 Waste collection, treatment, and disposal aeronautical, and nautical system and instruments manufacturing Consumer Goods & Services 33661 Ship and boat building 71300 Amusement, gambling, and recreation industries Automobiles, Motorcycles, & Components 31501 Apparel manufacturing (except embroidery 33610 Motor vehicles manufacturing contractors) 33620 Motor vehicle body and trailer manufacturing 33430 Audio and video equipment manufacturing 33630 Motor vehicle parts manufacturing 81110 Automotive repair and maintenance 33691 Motorcycle, bicycle, and parts manufacturing 31210 Beverage manufacturing 33699 All other transportation equipment 51520 Cable and other subscription programming manufacturing (except Internet) 62440 Child day care services 44800 Clothing and clothing accessories stores Capital Goods 23600 Construction of buildings 33430 Audio and video equipment manufacturing 53220 Consumer goods and general rental centers 33332 Commercial, service industry, temperature 61100 Educational services control, and airflow control machinery 33500 Electrical equipment, appliances, and manufacturing components manufacturing 33312 Construction machinery manufacturing 45410 Electronic shopping and mail-order houses 23600 Construction of buildings 44300 Electronics and appliance stores 33360 Engine, turbine, and power transmission 31502 Embroidery contractors equipment manufacturing 44500 Food and beverage stores 33200 Fabricated metal products manufacturing 31100 Food manufacturing 33311 Farm machinery and equipment 72200 Food services and drinking places manufacturing 33700 Furniture and related products manufacturing 23700 Heavy and civil engineering construction 45200 General merchandise stores 33322 Industrial machinery manufacturing, except 32602 Inflatable plastic boats manufacturing semiconductor machinery 32603 Inflatable rubber boats manufacturing 33390 Metalworking and other general purpose 51600 Internet publishing and broadcasting machinery manufacturing 56160 Investigation, security, and services to 33313 Mining machinery and equipment buildings and dwellings manufacturing 31600 Leather and allied products manufacturing 33331 Photographic and photocopying equipment 51200 Motion picture and sound recording manufacturing (except Internet) 33651 Railroad rolling stock manufacturing 44100 Motor vehicle and parts dealers 33661 Ship and boat building 51110 Newspaper, periodical, book, and directory 23800 Specialty trade contractors publishers (except internet) 81200 Personal care, death care, laundry, and other personal services Commercial and Professional Services 33331 Photographic and photocopying (including contract research) equipment manufacturing 54120 Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, 51510 Radio and television broadcasting and payroll services (except Internet) 54180 Advertising and related services 81190 Repair and maintenance, except automotive 54130 Architectural, engineering, and related services 32591 Soap, cleaning compound, and toilet 56140 Business support services preparations manufacturing 53240 Commercial and industrial machinery 62400 Social assistance (except child day care and equipment rental and leasing services) 54162 Executive search consulting services 31301 Textile mill products 54110 Legal services 31302 Textile product mills 54161 Management, scientific, and technical 31220 Tobacco manufacturing consulting services (except executive search 56150 Travel arrangement and reservation services consulting services) 72100 Traveler accommodation service Form BRDI-1 46 §,"¡]¤

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11019478 Energy 54174 Research & development services in 21210 Coal mining physical, engineering, and life sciences 22110 Electric power generation, transmission, (except biotechnology) and distribution 21100 Oil and gas extraction Information Technology - Goods and Services 33314 Oil and gas field machinery and equipment 51812 Broadband internet service providers manufacturing (e.g., cable, DSL) 32400 Petroleum and coal products manufacturing 33429 Communication equipment manufacturing, 48610 Pipeline transportation of crude oil, refined except broadcasting, wireless, and petroleum, and miscellaneous products, telephone apparatus except natural gas 33424 Communications signal testing and 48620 Pipeline transportation of natural gas evaluation equipment manufacturing 21320 Support activities for oil and gas operations 54150 Computer systems design and related services 21310 Support activities for solid mineral operations 33410 Computers and peripheral equipment manufacturing Financials 51820 Data processing, hosting, and related services 52230 Activities related to credit intermediation 33500 Electrical equipment, appliances, and 52420 Agencies, brokerages, and other insurance components manufacturing related activities 51900 Information services (Not listed elsewhere) 52210 Depository credit intermediation 51813 Internet service providers using client-supplied 52501 Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles telecommunications connections (except REITs leasing real estate properties (e.g., dial-up, ISPs) or underwriting or investing in mortgages) 51600 Internet publishing and broadcasting 52410 Insurance carriers 33460 Manufacturing and reproducing magnetic and 52100 Monetary authorities-central bank optical media manufacturing 52220 Nondepository credit intermediation 33459 Measuring and control instruments 53100 Real estate manufacturing (Not listed elsewhere) 52502 REIT, hybrid or equity, primarily leasing 33423 Radio and television broadcasting and residential buildings and dwellings wireless communications equipment 52503 REIT, hybrid or equity, primarily leasing manufacturing (except signal testing and nonresidential buildings evaluation equipment manufacturing) 52504 REIT, hybrid or equity, primarily leasing 33452 Search, detection, navigation, guidance, miniwarehouses or self-storage units aeronautical, and nautical system and 52505 REIT, hybrid or equity, primarily leasing instruments manufacturing other real estate property (Not listed elsewhere) 33440 Semiconductor and other electronic 52506 REIT, hybrid or equity, primarily underwriting components manufacturing or investing in mortgages 33321 Semiconductor machinery manufacturing 52300 Securities, commodity contracts, and other 51120 Software publishers (except Internet) financial investments and related activities 33421 Telephone apparatus manufacturing 51811 Web search portals Health Care 33451 Electromedical, electrotherapeutic and Materials irradiation apparatus manufacturing 32510 Basic chemicals manufacturing 62210 General medical and surgical hospitals 32790 Cement, concrete, lime, gypsum, and other 62160 Home health care services nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing 32542 In-vitro diagnostic substances manufacturing 32710 Clay and glass products manufacturing 33912 Laboratory distilling equipment manufacturing 33150 Ferrous and nonferrous foundries 33913 Laboratory freezer manufacturing 33110 Iron and steel mills, ferroalloy, and 33914 Laboratory furnaces and ovens manufacturing steel product from purchased steel 33915 Laboratory scales and balances manufacturing 21220 Metal ore mining 33916 Laboratory centrifuges 33130 Nonferrous metals production and processing 33917 Laboratory furniture 21230 Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying 33918 Laboratory apparatus (Not listed elsewhere) 32592 Paint, adhesive, and other chemical 62150 Medical and diagnostic laboratories manufacturing 33911 Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing 32200 Paper manufacturing (except laboratory apparatus) 32530 Pesticide, fertilizer, and other agricultural 62300 Nursing and residential care facilities chemical manufacturing 62120 Offices of dentists and other health practitioners 32601 Plastics and rubber products manufacturing 62110 Offices of physicians (except inflatable boats and rubber tubing 62190 Outpatient care centers and other ambulatory for mechanical use) health care services 32520 Resin, synthetic rubber, and artificial 32541 Pharmaceutical, medicinal, botanical, and synthetic fibers and filaments manufacturing biological products (except diagnostic) 32604 Rubber tubing for mechanical use manufacturing manufacturing 62220 Psychiatric, substance abuse, and specialty 32591 Soap, cleaning compound, and hospitals toilet preparations manufacturing 54173 Research & development services in 21320 Support activities for oil and gas operations biotechnology Form BRDI-1 47 §,"¡o¤

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11019486 21310 Support activities for solid mineral operations 32100 Wood products manufacturing Telecommunication Services 51750 Cable and other program distribution 51740 Satellite telecommunications 51730 Telecommunications resellers 51790 Telecommunications services (Not listed elsewhere) 51710 Wired telecommunications carriers (except cable and broadband internet) 51720 Wireless telecommunications carriers (except satellite) Transportation 48100 Air transportation 53210 Automotive equipment rental and leasing 49200 Couriers and messengers 48200 Rail transportation 48700 Scenic and sightseeing transportation 48800 Support activities for transportation 48500 Transit and ground passenger transportation 48400 Truck transportation 49300 Warehousing and storage 48300 Water transportation Utilities 22110 Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution 22120 Natural gas distribution 56290 Remediation and other waste management services 56210 Waste collection, treatment, and disposal 22130 Water, sewage, and other systems Business Codes Not Elsewhere Classified 81390 Business, professional, labor, political, and similar organizations 53300 Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets 55100 Management of companies and enterprises 42300 Merchant wholesalers, durable goods 42400 Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods 33990 Miscellaneous manufacturing (not listed elsewhere) 71200 Museums, historical sites, and similar institutions 45490 Nonstore retailers, except electronic shopping and mail-order houses 71100 Performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries 54190 Professional, scientific, and technical services (not listed elsewhere) 81310 Religious, grantmaking, social advocacy, civic, and social organizations 45990 Retail trade stores, including gasoline stations (not listed elsewhere) 42500 Wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers Form BRDI-1 48 §,"¡w¤

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11019494 Please provide your comments in the space for "Remarks" on the back cover. Form BRDI-1 49 §,"¡¡¤

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11019510 Please provide your comments in the space for "Remarks" on the back cover. Form BRDI-1 51 §,"¢+¤

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11019528 Remarks (Please use the space below for any explanations that may help us understand your reported data.) Undistributed Lines (in millions): 2.15: (foreign perf total - foreign country total) 5,038 2.16: 6,111 2.23: 4,849 2.28: 8,441 3.12 (foreign perf total - foreign country total) 356 3.14: 11,746 3.17: 4,753 3.21 (1): D 3.21 (2): D 3.21 (3): 1,859 4.33: 4,853 We estimate that it will take from .5 to 25 hours to complete this form, with 14.9 hours being the average. This includes time to read instructions, develop or assemble material, conduct tests, organize and review the information, and maintain and report the information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to: Paperwork Project 0607-0912, U.S. Census Bureau 4600 Silver Hill Road AMSD-3K138 Washington, D.C. 20233 You may e-mail comments to Paperwork@census.gov; use "Paperwork Project 0607-0912" as the subject. ∼ Thank you for completing your 2009 Business R&D and Innovation Survey ∼ PLEASE MAKE A COPY OF THIS FORM FOR YOUR RECORDS AND RETURN THE ORIGINAL Form BRDI-1 52 §,"¢=¤