Definition of Technology Transfer Project Plan


Technology Transfer Project Plan means a written description of the Technology Transfer, as the same may be amended from time to time by mutual written agreement of the Parties, that includes, but is not limited to, the objective, scope, approach, functional strategies, resources, roles and responsibilities, statement of work, activities, deliverables, milestones, schedule and success criteria. The Technology Transfer Project Plan will also incorporate by reference more detailed functional plans as needed (e.g., the Master Validation Plan, Comparability Plan, GMP Commissioning Plan, etc.). The Technology Transfer Project Plan is hereby incorporated into this Agreement by reference. The initial Technology Transfer Project Plan has been exchanged between the Parties as of the Effective Date and describes the understanding of the Parties (as of the Effective Date) regarding the transfer of Technology and implementation of the Manufacturing Process, test methods and testing at the Facility, and the modifications to the Facility needed to implement the Manufacturing Process at the Facility, as jointly developed by the Parties.

Examples of Technology Transfer Project Plan in a sentence

The Parties have jointly developed a Technology Transfer Project Plan that establishes the process and timeline for the transfer of Technology from Genentech to Wyeth and the implementation of the Manufacturing Process at the Facility.
The Technology Transfer Project Plan includes reasonable milestones for the transfer of Technology, exchange of information, and implementation of the Technology Transfer Project, reasonable schedules for achieving such milestones, and criteria for assessing the progress and success of the project as it progresses.
Within fifteen (15) days after the Effective Date, each Party shall appoint a Project Team Leader (each, a "Project Team Leader") to act as the primary contact for such Party in connection with matters related to the implementation of the Manufacturing Process, in connection with activities to be performed under the Technology Transfer Project Plan and/or Commercial Production of the Product (as described in Articles 4 and 5 below).
Wyeth shall use its Commercially Reasonable Efforts to qualify and validate the Facility, including all utilities, manufacturing equipment and systems, cleaning procedures, computer systems, testing equipment and non-Product specific processes such as sterilization used in the manufacture of Product at the Facility, as further defined in the Technology Transfer Project Plan and Quality Agreement.
By no later than the applicable delivery deadlines set forth in the Technology Transfer Project Plan, Genentech shall deliver to Wyeth, [*] recurring shipments of (i) [*] and (ii) [*].