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Researchers can make use of their specific competencies and knowledge to provide consultancy to companies. These activities may generate or transfer some intellectual property, as well as enable potential projects and partnerships for researchers’ employer. Therefore, it is important for the technology transfer offices and management of a public research organization to be aware of those activities in order to protect the IP assets and exploit the transfer opportunities. The scheme of actions presented in this practice allows to monitor and follow-up consulting contracts signed by researchers.