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Appendix I 2009 BRDIS Table 41 PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite TABLE 41. Number of companies in the United States that reported innovation activities, by industry proporations: 2007-2009 (Percent) Companies that introduced a new Companies that or significantly improved product or significantly i OR process OR se Number of Industry and NAICS code companies a Yes No Yes All industries 21–23, 31-33, 42–81 1,350,374 16.3 80.3 11.7 Manufacturing industries 31–33 115,854 30.3 66.5 22.4 Food 311 8,912 26.3 72.6 19.3 Beverage and tobacco products 312 1,388 30.0 69.1 21.9 Textile, apparel and leather 313-316 4,839 22.1 74.9 18.9 Wood products 321 5,844 15.1 82.7 9.0 Paper 322 1,477 25.5 73.4 16.2 Printing and related support activities 323 10,017 29.9 67.4 20.7 Petroleum and coal products 324 540 26.4 71.9 13.4 Chemicals 325 5,159 45.1 52.8 36.2 Basic chemicals 3251 1,080 34.4 65.1 31.3 Resin, synthetic rubber, fibers, and filament 3252 269 51.1 47.8 46.4 Pesticide, fertilizer, and other agricultural chemicals 3253 219 34.9 57.0 31.3 Pharmaceuticals and medicines 3254 975 36.3 60.1 31.0 Soap, cleaning compound, and toilet preparations 3256 795 45.3 52.6 37.7 Paint, coating, adhesive, and other chemicals 3255, 3259 1,821 56.3 41.9 40.4 Plastics and rubber products 326 5,304 35.3 62.0 27.2 Nonmetallic mineral products 327 4,832 23.6 74.7 18.3 Primary metals 331 1,911 19.3 77.1 12.1 Fabricated metal products 332 25,002 23.8 72.0 14.0 Machinery 333 10,614 37.1 57.9 26.8 Agricultural implements 33311 737 37.3 60.1 21.1 Semiconductor machinery 333295 119 66.5 31.0 61.5 Engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment 3336 410 27.3 72.2 20.7 Other machinery other 333 9,348 37.2 57.4 27.1 Computer and electronic products 334 6,121 51.2 44.7 47.3 Communications equipment 3342 863 63.4 35.8 59.2 Semiconductor and other electronic components 3344 2,240 37.7 53.1 33.9 Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments 3345 2,140 60.7 38.1 55.7 Electromedical, electrotherapeutic, and irradiation apparatus 334510, 334517 269 42.6 53.0 39.6 Search, detection, navigation, guidance, aeronautical, and nautical system and instruments 334511 279 64.1 35.2 54.3 Other measuring and controlling devices other 3345 1,592 63.2 36.0 58.7 Computer and peripheral equipment and other computer and electronic products other 334 879 50.6 48.3 49.6 Appendix I-1

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite Companies that introduced a new Companies that or significantly improved product or significantly i OR process OR se Number of Industry and NAICS code companies a Yes No Yes Electrical equipment, appliances, and components 335 2,797 43.7 53.2 37.5 Transportation equipment 336 5,466 37.6 59.0 30.7 Automobiles, bodies, trailers, and parts 3361, 3362, 3363 3,455 33.5 63.5 25.3 Aerospace products and parts 3364 1,066 53.7 45.8 48.1 Aircraft, aircraft engine, and aircraft parts 336411–13 1,018 53.7 45.8 48.3 Guided missile, space vehicle, and related parts 336414–15, 336419 48 54.0 46.0 45.1 Military armored vehicle, tank, and tank components 336992 21 47.2 52.8 37.8 Other transportation equipment other 336 924 34.1 57.5 30.7 Furniture and related products 337 5,956 22.3 72.4 14.4 Miscellaneous manufacturing 339 9,676 36.6 61.3 29.9 Medical equipment and supplies 3391 3,513 45.1 50.9 39.3 Other miscellaneous manufacturing 3399 6,162 31.7 67.3 24.6 Nonmanufacturing industries 21–23, 42–81 1,234,521 15.0 81.6 10.7 Mining, extraction, and support activities 21 6,672 8.0 86.5 4.7 Utilities 22 724 10.6 87.5 6.5 Construction 23 157,621 9.0 88.6 6.2 Wholesale trade 42 92,618 21.3 75.4 14.1 Retail trade 44–45 182,737 12.4 83.2 8.2 Electronic shopping and mail-order houses 4541 5,029 27.6 68.7 19.4 Other retail trade other 44–45 177,707 11.9 83.6 7.9 Transportation and warehousing 48–49 33,523 10.3 86.7 5.2 Information 51 18,511 41.5 55.4 34.7 Publishing 511 7,380 45.2 52.3 35.5 Newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishers 5111 4,310 31.2 66.2 22.0 Software publishers 5112 3,070 64.7 32.9 54.5 Telecommunications 517 2,280 43.4 55.3 36.8 Data processing, hosting, and related services 518 2,598 47.2 50.4 45.9 Other information other 51 6,254 34.0 61.0 28.4 Finance and insurance 52 46,188 16.5 82.2 10.0 Real estate and rental and leasing 53 35,983 9.8 85.9 7.5 Professional, scientific, and technical services 54 149,723 19.5 78.1 14.6 Architectural, engineering, and related services 5413 26,841 17.6 80.5 13.4 Computer systems design and related services 5415 17,024 46.8 50.9 42.2 Scientific research and development services 5417 2,978 37.4 59.4 28.9 Biotechnology research and development 541711 1,300 24.6 74.9 20.1 Physical, engineering, and life sciences (except biotechnology) research and development 541712 1,335 54.8 42.9 41.9 Appendix I-2

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite Companies that introduced a new Companies that or significantly improved product or significantly i OR process OR se Number of Industry and NAICS code companies a Yes No Yes Social sciences and humanities research and development 541720 343 18.8 64.6 11.8 Other professional, scientific, and technical services other 54 102,880 14.9 82.6 9.9 Health care services 621–23 167,883 18.6 78.3 14.1 Other nonmanufacturing 55–56, 61, 624, 71–72, 81 342,338 13.3 82.6 9.6 All companies – 1,350,374 16.3 80.3 11.7 Small companies (number of domestic employees)a 5–499 – 1,340,610 16.2 80.4 11.6 5–99 – 1,286,221 16.0 80.6 11.5 5–49 – 1,210,087 15.9 80.7 11.4 5–24 – 1,040,006 15.3 81.3 11.1 25–49 – 170,081 19.5 76.8 13.1 50–99 – 76,134 18.5 79.2 13.0 100–249 – 43,592 20.8 77.3 14.0 250–499 – 10,797 23.1 71.7 15.5 Medium and large companies (number of domestic employees) 500–999 – 4,512 24.0 75.2 20.0 1,000–4,999 – 4,316 35.0 61.9 23.5 5,000–9,999 – 451 48.3 49.3 31.2 10,000–24,999 – 268 41.0 49.7 35.4 25,000 or more – 217 34.6 56.2 30.4 a Weighted counts for companies that reported on the 2009 Business R&D and Innovation Survey whether they did or did not perform/fund R&D. In comparison, the total weighted count for companies that did not report these R&D data on the survey is 467.1 thousand companies. NAICS = 2007 North American Industry Classification System. NOTES: Detail may not add to total because of rounding. Industry classification based on dominant business code for domestic R&D performance where available. For companies that did not report business codes, classification used for sampling was assigned. SOURCE: National Science Foundation/National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics and U.S. Census Bureau, Business R&D and Innovation Survey, 2009. Appendix I-3

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite Product Process t introduced new Companies that introduced improved goods ANY new or significantly ervices improved process New manufacturing or New logistics, delivery, or New goods New services production methods distribution methods No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No 85.7 5.8 91.7 9.1 88.3 11.9 84.7 4.4 92.7 4.1 93.0 74.7 18.9 78.4 10.3 86.5 23.0 73.5 17.8 78.9 5.8 90.9 79.6 17.4 82.0 5.5 92.6 17.3 81.1 11.3 87.1 5.0 93.6 77.8 21.1 78.5 8.0 91.7 23.0 76.2 18.2 81.4 14.2 85.0 78.4 17.2 80.1 7.2 89.6 13.4 83.1 10.3 86.6 5.4 90.9 90.2 7.8 91.4 4.3 94.2 12.9 84.6 10.2 87.9 4.0 94.9 83.1 12.0 87.3 7.4 91.4 22.7 76.2 14.8 84.5 6.2 93.1 76.2 11.8 85.1 18.0 78.9 24.8 71.7 19.4 77.1 5.7 90.6 84.8 12.6 85.5 3.6 93.1 19.9 78.1 17.6 78.9 5.1 91.1 62.0 33.1 65.4 13.1 84.4 30.3 66.9 24.6 73.3 8.3 88.1 68.2 29.4 70.2 11.4 88.1 23.8 75.6 21.4 78.1 10.3 89.1 52.5 45.2 53.7 15.2 81.6 34.1 64.8 28.6 70.3 13.0 83.4 62.6 28.2 69.1 12.5 81.4 25.1 66.8 20.9 76.4 10.5 83.4 65.5 30.7 65.8 6.7 89.6 27.1 68.9 16.7 79.5 7.4 88.7 61.0 34.7 64.6 18.8 79.6 29.9 68.1 24.4 74.3 9.1 89.5 58.2 34.7 63.9 15.0 82.2 36.0 60.5 30.6 66.9 6.4 87.8 70.2 25.6 71.7 8.7 87.3 26.2 69.8 20.7 75.3 6.6 89.3 80.0 14.5 83.8 12.8 85.5 19.0 79.2 14.3 83.8 4.8 93.3 86.1 8.6 89.6 5.1 93.0 16.0 80.5 13.9 84.3 3.1 95.0 81.9 8.9 87.3 8.5 87.2 21.3 74.4 17.7 78.1 4.2 91.7 68.4 25.1 70.3 10.4 84.7 26.0 68.5 20.0 73.6 6.8 89.1 76.3 20.6 76.8 4.4 92.9 28.8 68.5 23.9 73.3 10.3 87.0 36.9 60.6 37.7 21.4 76.9 34.9 62.6 32.4 65.9 5.1 93.3 78.7 19.6 79.8 11.2 87.9 21.5 78.0 18.2 80.9 4.3 94.8 67.7 25.2 69.8 10.8 84.0 25.9 68.2 19.7 73.4 6.7 88.9 50.2 43.6 53.9 21.8 74.8 35.8 59.3 26.9 69.7 11.2 83.8 40.0 56.1 43.1 24.6 74.0 46.6 52.4 23.8 75.1 10.5 88.2 61.4 28.4 66.9 17.7 76.9 28.5 61.2 23.6 70.4 11.3 78.7 42.8 55.6 42.9 23.2 74.4 40.0 57.9 32.5 65.1 11.9 85.6 56.7 39.6 56.7 14.9 79.9 30.0 64.1 26.6 67.9 9.3 85.2 45.0 54.3 45.0 19.8 75.9 51.1 44.6 37.2 58.5 16.6 79.1 40.0 58.5 40.2 25.2 73.2 39.7 59.1 32.7 65.8 11.5 86.8 49.5 41.1 58.0 26.3 71.5 33.6 64.8 24.7 73.7 10.2 88.2 Appendix I-4

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite Product Process t introduced new Companies that introduced improved goods ANY new or significantly ervices improved process New manufacturing or New logistics, delivery, or New goods New services production methods distribution methods No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No 59.5 35.1 61.6 12.8 83.1 32.9 63.2 24.8 71.3 10.6 85.1 65.9 27.8 68.9 10.1 86.5 24.7 71.9 20.8 75.8 4.0 92.5 71.7 24.9 72.1 4.6 92.4 24.1 72.8 21.3 75.7 3.2 93.9 51.4 35.5 64.0 24.1 75.4 27.9 71.7 24.0 75.6 5.0 94.3 51.3 35.1 64.5 23.7 76.0 26.9 72.6 23.4 76.3 4.8 94.7 52.3 43.0 54.4 34.6 62.8 47.7 52.3 36.7 60.7 8.4 86.9 62.2 37.8 62.2 18.9 81.1 37.8 62.2 37.8 62.2 14.2 85.8 61.0 29.2 62.6 14.3 77.0 23.0 68.7 14.9 77.0 6.1 85.6 82.6 11.4 85.6 6.1 91.2 17.7 77.3 12.2 84.2 4.4 91.5 68.0 27.2 70.8 11.6 86.1 27.3 70.5 19.5 78.4 6.0 91.9 56.7 36.5 59.5 15.8 79.9 35.7 60.2 24.2 71.6 6.2 89.6 74.5 21.9 77.3 9.2 89.7 22.6 76.4 16.8 82.3 5.9 93.1 86.7 4.6 92.9 8.9 88.4 10.8 85.8 3.2 94.0 4.0 93.2 90.0 1.0 93.7 4.5 90.2 5.0 89.5 2.2 92.6 1.8 92.7 91.5 3.6 94.4 3.7 94.3 8.6 89.5 4.3 93.8 2.3 95.7 92.2 1.9 96.6 5.2 93.2 6.6 91.2 1.2 97.3 1.3 97.0 83.5 10.8 86.9 7.5 90.0 16.6 80.0 5.8 91.5 6.6 90.8 88.4 5.6 91.1 5.9 90.5 9.0 86.3 2.2 93.8 3.7 92.3 78.3 16.6 81.1 12.2 85.6 20.3 76.0 3.3 94.1 12.2 84.4 88.6 5.3 91.4 5.7 90.7 8.7 86.6 2.2 93.8 3.4 92.5 91.9 1.1 95.9 4.4 92.6 9.5 87.5 1.1 95.9 7.0 90.0 62.1 17.5 78.8 28.7 68.2 28.5 67.9 9.1 86.9 15.1 81.0 61.0 23.9 72.6 24.6 71.8 28.7 68.7 9.8 86.5 16.8 79.6 73.5 10.0 85.5 19.1 76.3 23.0 74.4 9.3 86.0 17.1 78.3 43.4 43.4 54.5 32.3 65.6 36.7 60.8 10.5 87.2 16.4 81.3 62.4 11.4 85.6 35.6 63.6 29.1 69.0 3.0 94.3 20.4 76.7 51.8 17.2 79.7 43.2 54.5 37.1 60.3 14.9 83.8 16.4 80.9 67.6 12.2 83.2 25.1 71.3 24.4 69.8 8.2 86.0 10.5 84.2 88.8 2.5 96.2 9.4 89.4 14.0 84.8 1.9 96.9 5.7 92.5 88.8 4.2 92.2 6.1 89.6 6.8 88.2 0.7 95.0 2.8 93.6 83.4 5.4 92.7 13.0 84.9 13.5 84.1 4.2 93.6 4.7 93.2 85.6 4.6 94.2 11.9 87.0 12.3 85.8 4.9 93.9 4.8 93.5 55.8 22.6 75.3 35.9 61.6 29.4 67.9 8.8 88.1 12.4 84.8 69.8 22.6 76.4 17.1 81.6 23.3 73.2 15.7 80.8 6.7 91.1 79.5 14.7 85.0 15.4 84.2 18.9 80.8 13.5 86.1 8.5 91.1 56.0 35.5 62.9 20.5 77.4 31.0 65.8 21.5 75.3 4.9 93.1 Appendix I-5

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite Product Process t introduced new Companies that introduced improved goods ANY new or significantly ervices improved process New manufacturing or New logistics, delivery, or New goods New services production methods distribution methods No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No 86.7 2.4 96.1 10.2 88.3 9.9 73.4 1.3 82.3 6.8 83.3 87.8 2.3 95.6 9.4 88.4 10.9 86.6 2.9 94.8 3.4 94.6 83.8 3.8 94.7 13.3 84.5 12.8 84.5 3.8 94.2 4.8 93.2 87.3 3.7 93.1 8.4 88.5 9.4 86.5 3.4 93.2 2.9 93.5 85.7 5.8 91.7 9.1 88.3 11.9 84.7 4.4 92.7 4.1 93.0 85.8 5.8 91.7 9.0 88.3 11.8 84.8 4.4 92.8 4.1 93.0 85.9 5.6 91.8 9.0 88.3 11.6 84.9 4.2 92.9 4.0 93.1 85.9 5.5 91.9 9.0 88.2 11.4 85.1 4.1 93.0 3.9 93.1 86.2 5.4 92.1 8.8 88.4 10.9 85.7 3.8 93.2 4.0 93.1 84.0 6.2 91.0 9.9 87.1 14.6 81.3 5.3 91.5 3.8 92.9 85.0 7.8 90.2 9.0 89.1 14.3 83.3 6.6 91.3 5.5 92.2 84.8 8.8 90.5 9.8 89.0 16.2 82.4 8.4 91.0 5.3 93.8 79.7 9.9 85.4 9.3 86.0 16.6 75.9 7.2 87.6 5.2 87.8 79.2 13.0 86.2 11.1 88.0 18.9 80.3 9.9 89.3 8.8 90.3 73.6 15.0 82.0 14.5 82.3 30.0 66.8 9.5 87.4 13.7 83.2 66.3 28.3 69.2 14.2 83.1 38.4 58.7 17.5 79.6 15.5 81.1 55.3 30.2 60.5 21.2 69.4 33.9 56.4 23.5 66.8 22.0 67.9 61.3 25.3 67.3 25.3 66.4 30.4 60.8 22.6 69.1 22.6 69.1 Appendix I-6

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite New support activities Yes No 9.3 87.7 13.3 83.4 11.5 87.1 14.4 85.2 9.1 86.9 5.7 92.9 10.9 88.0 12.4 84.0 8.2 89.9 21.5 76.0 17.6 81.9 17.6 79.1 13.3 82.0 18.1 78.2 17.1 81.3 29.0 68.0 15.2 80.6 9.3 88.8 9.5 86.9 11.2 84.6 16.5 79.0 23.5 73.4 10.9 86.5 17.6 81.9 16.0 79.2 21.8 74.9 35.9 62.8 15.0 79.4 23.4 74.4 14.1 80.4 28.8 66.9 24.1 74.7 21.2 76.3 Appendix I-7

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite New support activities Yes No 20.3 75.7 13.2 83.3 12.2 84.7 15.9 83.6 15.7 83.8 19.3 80.7 18.9 81.1 13.8 77.9 9.7 85.8 17.0 80.8 21.4 74.4 14.5 84.4 8.9 88.1 3.4 91.3 5.0 93.0 6.0 92.0 12.8 84.2 7.0 88.9 18.5 78.2 6.7 89.2 5.0 92.0 22.7 73.7 20.7 76.5 13.0 83.9 31.6 66.1 24.3 74.0 31.8 65.6 20.7 73.7 12.5 86.3 6.1 88.9 11.9 86.0 10.5 88.2 27.9 69.8 14.5 83.2 15.0 84.6 16.9 81.0 Appendix I-8

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Appendix I Confidential: Do Not Copy, Distribute, or Cite New support activities Yes No 3.5 86.5 9.6 88.2 11.3 86.5 7.4 89.0 9.3 87.7 9.2 87.7 9.1 87.8 8.9 87.9 8.5 88.4 11.5 84.9 11.4 86.2 12.7 86.0 12.6 82.7 14.3 84.8 21.9 74.9 33.5 63.4 27.6 62.4 27.6 64.5 Appendix I-9