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GRM 2011: Theme 5 -- Product Management

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GRM 2011: Theme 5 -- Product Management

  1. 1. Theme 5 Closing Comments Brainstorming, Future Activities
  2. 2. Theme 5 Brainstorming Session Maintenance, distribution and sustainability of germplasm products produced in GCP Projects
  3. 3. Maintenance, distribution and sustainability of germplasm products  Long term maintenance and sustainability of products  Cataloguing indicates availability but does not incorporate an explicit commitment to maintain a product to the extent possible  Tools, applications, markers, databases, etc can reside on computers  Responsibility for maintenance, updating and distribution is still essential  Germplasm particularly vulnerable to loss  Recurrent costs for storage, maintenance and distribution  No explicit statement line in proposals or product delivery plans to address the issue
  4. 4. Maintenance, distribution and sustainability of germplasm products  Post-delivery commitment or policies incorporating mutually agreed upon principles and practices needed  Issues  Contact continuity  Maintenance continuity  Sustainability  Product potential  Public interest  Human and physical resources  Infrastructure  Cost and cost recovery
  5. 5. What kind of policies and assistance are needed to ensure that – no matter how varied the origins – important germplasm derived from projects will be appropriately maintained and distributed?  Options  National gene banks  Highly varied capability  Will generally take breeding materials in variable amounts  Generally not suitable for storage of whole populations or reliable distribution  Resource limited  Regional gene banks  Capabilities varied but better resources  Generally accept breeding materials  Probably not suitable for population storage  Should be assessed for distribution capabilities  Will Diversity Trust provide more funding?
  6. 6. What kind of policies and assistance are needed to ensure that – no matter how varied the origins – important germplasm derived from projects will be appropriately maintained and distributed?  CG Center Banks  Most capable of storing, maintaining, distributing important breeding materials  Highly varied policies for accepting breeding materials  Need standard policy  May have some clarification after CG reform completed  Diversity Trust to provide funding for additional materials  Undefined as to nature of these  Will likely only admit the highest valued materials if breeding materials accepted  Some may require entrance through quarantine incurring full cost recovery charge-back fees  GCP “Finishing” funds could mitigate
  7. 7. What kind of policies and assistance are needed to ensure that – no matter how varied the origins – important germplasm derived from projects will be appropriately maintained and distributed?  Breeding programs  Could maintain all materials  Annual grow-outs  Costs mount to carry along materials of limited value to originating program  Without proper storage facilities danger of loss  Limited resources for long-term distribution  Generally no resources for long-term storage backup  Storage resources generally suitable only for short- term storage  Limited space for populations
  8. 8. What kind of policies and assistance are needed to ensure that – no matter how varied the origins – important germplasm derived from projects will be appropriately maintained and distributed?  All options have disadvantages as well as advantages  Overall best option is CG Centers Banks  But how to submit breeding materials  Criteria not established  Volume  Kinds  Will need a plan for proposal  Volume  Value  Without CG Center Bank option will need Plan B  Maintenance in breeding programs, banks available
  9. 9. What kind of policies and assistance are needed to ensure that – no matter how varied the origins – important germplasm derived from projects will be appropriately maintained and distributed?  Best materials should be backed up as much as possible  Program  National/regional bank  CG Bank/program  Question is distribution  Storage of backup relatively easy  Distribution remains question  How much is enough?  Others maintained by programs and to the extent possible in local/regional banks  Distribution contact critical  Time period
  10. 10. Planning  Preferred  Center Gene Banks accept breeding line (including high value populations) submissions  Most populations maintained  Conditions of entry defined  Likely to vary considerable  Not all would be admitted  Plan B  Rely on status quo  Center Gene Banks do not accept breeding line submissions  Maintenance in breeding programs and local arrangements  Finishing funds  Define need
  11. 11. Planning  Inventory of resources that will be produced  Assessing value of material  Time required for maintenance to ensure that potential is not lost  Background dataset  Impact potential  Years  Traits  Assessing requirement for maintenance, sustainability  Resources  Cost  Proposal (white paper) to make case  Center Gene Banks  Regional networks  Diversity Trust?
  12. 12. Are charge-back programs for germplasm requests an appropriate means of cost- recovery and sustainability assistance?  Generally acceptable, but:  Depends on source of request  Developed vs developing countries  From developing countries charge-back may go to government rather than specific program negating cost-recovery  Two charge-back levels necessary; single fee may be inhibitory to requests from developing countries
  13. 13. Looking Ahead  Assessment of sustainability needs of all products: Post-GCP plans  Continuity of maintenance still should be verified  Publish on IBP portal  Finish uploading RI project delivery plans into web-based planner  Open to view and comment by project partners  Facilitate interaction, monitoring  On-site visits to project locations as possible  Entry of products to new catalogue  Continue verification process
  14. 14. Looking Ahead  Participation in extensive survey of a wide audience to determine what people now envision the IBP to become  How will the IBP fit in view of the CGIAR reform  Necessary to construct a realistic business plan
  15. 15. Looking Ahead  Updating IBP Business Plan  First presented at IBP launch Feb 2010  Focus on services  Must now find a niche within new framework of CRPs or an alternative  Focus on capacity building, CoP?  Build a new community within the IBP  Focus and strengthening partnerships to facilitate capacity building activities and molecular breeding tool use within the framework of IBP  More attention to implementation and operations

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