Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

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From 26/10/2005 to 30/11/2005
Environmental requirements, procedures, laws and regulations at European / national / regional / local level play an increasing role in the working conditions of european enterprises, especially of SMEs. This leads to increasing burdens and costs for enterprises, and SMEs in particular, which affect their accounts, financial management, competitiveness and their overall behaviour, management and performance. The study aims at fact finding and measuring the importance and evolution of these “environment” related administrative and financial burdens not only from a general literature review point of view but also by interacting as much as possible directly with SMEs or their organizations. Read more
From 19/10/2005 to 20/12/2005
This IST Call for Proposals focuses on a single Strategic Objective with funding up to €52.5 million. Read more
From 18/10/2005 to 28/10/2005
The evaluation will be expected to take account of, assess and build on analyses already undertaken of progress and impacts of eEurope 2005 and Modinis. This evaluation of eEurope and Modinis will provide an assessment of their relevance, effectiveness and impact, efficiency and utility. An overarching aim of the evaluation is to assess the EU added value of these initiatives: their impacts at national level and lessons to be learned that may inform the work programme development of i2010. Read more
From 10/09/2005 to 24/11/2005
The Safer Internet plus programme aims to promote safer use of the Internet and new online technologies, particularly for children, and to fight against illegal content and content unwanted by the end-user, as part of a coherent approach by the European Union. The present call is open for proposals for projects addressing the following areas: fighting against illegal content, tackling unwanted and harmful content, promoting a safer environment, awareness-raising. It was published in the Official Journal of the European Union OJ C233/8 of 10/09/2005.The indicative community budget for this call is 9.3 million Euro and it will close on 24 November 2005, at 17:00 hours Luxembourg time. Read more
From 10/09/2005 to 24/11/2005
eContentplus has the overall aim of making digital content in Europe more accessible, usable and exploitable. The present call is open for proposals for projects addressing the following areas: geographic content, educational content, cultural content and scientific/scholarly content. It was published in the Official Journal of the European Union OJ C233/10 of 10/09/2005.The indicative community budget for this call is 26.6 million Euro and it will close on 24 November 2005, at 17:00 hours Luxembourg time. Read more
From 01/10/2005 to 28/10/2005
The objective of the service contract relates to the analysis and the benchmarking of national and regional policies and of stakeholders' initiatives in support of e-learning for enterprises in Europe. Read more
From 01/10/2005 to 28/10/2005
Service contract for the development of e-skills foresight scenarios in the EU in cooperation with relevant stakeholders and experts in this field. Different scenarios will be developed with a view to assess the future demand and supply of e-skills in the EU as well as long-term developments. Read more
From 27/09/2005 to 25/10/2005
This call for tender is related to the recently published European Commission Communication on eAccessibility. The main objective of this study is to assess the accessibility situation in Europe in respect to the information society and to measure the evolution and the impact of European measures as proposed in the Communication. The idea is to develop indicators to identify the impact of the proposed approaches and on going actions and measure as soon as possible and in 2 years from now the accessibility of ICT. Read more
From 27/09/2005 to 03/11/2005
This study is separated into two lots. This web-based survey will focus exclusively on quantitative aspects of the benchmarking exercise. The survey will cover the 25 Member States, Norway and Iceland. In Lot 2, the key aim of this study is to go beyond the current eEurope benchmarking on availability of online public services. There is a clear need to focus more on the impact and the usage of such services. The present study shall therefore focus on the most determinant features for these services to be taken up by citizens and to contribute towards achieving better and more inclusive public services. Read more

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