The first models to be completed are „confidentiality agreements“ and „material transfer agreements,“ with user guides and spanish and English versions. Others will follow soon and cover all aspects of technology transfer. This agreement can be used to protect confidential information in domestic and international negotiations. Once the parties and the nature of the negotiations they conduct have been identified, the information considered confidential and the obligations that must be undertaken to preserve confidentiality, as well as the exceptions that might be applicable, will be defined. Contracting parties are required to respect confidentiality during the negotiation process and for a later period defined in the agreement. This type of agreement is intended to ensure that the other party cannot benefit from the information obtained or, if negotiations fail, prevent it from disclosing the above information to the competition. A model of the confidentiality agreement (also known as a confidentiality agreement) that is intended to protect certain sensitive information (financial, business or technology information) provided in the context of negotiations between companies. It is generally used in pre-supply negotiations for distribution, licensing, technology transfer, franchise, manufacturing, joint venture and merger and acquisition agreements, and generally in all trade agreements that may result in prior exchange of confidential information. The institutions that participated in the development of these models are in no way responsible for their use. It is recommended that anyone wishing to use these contract templates also seek technical legal advice on the final wording or adaptation of the contract. In this context, and in view of the fact that universities, public research bodies and small and medium-sized enterprises in Spain need this type of draft contract, a working group has been set up, coordinated by the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office and responsible for the development of models for different types of contracts. The transfer of technology is generally aimed at obtaining a commercial return on the knowledge and results of research and development, the establishment of contractual relationships that take into account the specifics of knowledge transfer, as it is very difficult to return after the transmission of this knowledge.