Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Funding opportunities

Article
From 06/08/2005 to 15/09/2005
The objective of this study is to obtain estimates for the indicator on e-learning "number of pupils per computer with Internet connection" (broadband/non broadband) and a measurement of ICT usage in schools regarding the incorporation of ICT in the curricula and the development of new learning methods. Read more
From 17/08/2005 to 30/09/2005
DG Information Society and Media needs rapid access to professional specialised resources needed to assist in conceptualising and implementing its Communications Strategy, providing services, and helping to exploit a number of communication channels/tools (for print, internet and audiovisual) in synergy. The intention is to select a range of specialised contractors (or consortia led by a main contractor), most suited for delivery of the wide variety of specialised support services sought. This Call for Tenders has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union S160 of 20/08/2005. It is divided into 10 separate Lots, each covering a broad but distinct area of professional expertise : Communications Strategy and Management, Editorial Support, Audio Visual Services, Interactive Web Services, Press & Public Relations, Events Management, Replication Resources, Promotional Items and Conference Kits, Translation Services and Surveys. Contract document and additional documents are obtainable until 15 September 2005. Read more
From 15/08/2005 to 20/09/2005
The objectives of this grant theme are to encourage ICT uptake in the European Union, to improve knowledge transfer to enterprises through support networks advising them on ICT and e-business solutions, and to support intermediaries in order to allow them to implement such initiatives more efficiently and with a more tangible impact for the final target audience. This grant theme is part of the 2005 Grants Work Programme of the Enterprise and Industry Directorate General. Read more
From 15/08/2005 to 19/09/2005
The tasks are to examine the work carried out by technical experts under the frame of the grant agreements (2001-2004) and to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the grants awarded to CEN/Cenelec for assessing the quality of harmonised standards in support of European legislation. In particular, this includes the evaluation of the procedure for the selection of experts, the effectiveness of relevant working methods, the impact of their work with regard to adopted harmonised standards, cost/benefit of the grants and the potential for improvements and alternatives on the approach by CEN/Cenelec. Read more
From 10/08/2005 to 20/09/2005
The general objective of this grant theme is to enhance the cooperation between ICT service providers and SMEs, with a view to improve the availability of e-business solutions specifically adapted to the needs of SMEs. The duration of actions co-financed under this grant theme should not exceed 12 months. The ultimate beneficiaries of this action are the European SMEs, which would be given a greater choice of e-business solutions and thus would be allowed to fully reap the benefits of e-business processes, and participate in the eEconomy. This grant theme is part of the 2005 Grants Work Programme of the Enterprise and Industry Directorate General. Read more
From 10/08/2005 to 12/09/2005
The general objective of this grant theme is to support the dissemination of good e-Business practice among SMEs, as well as to provide specific advice. The duration of actions co-financed under this grant theme should not exceed 10 months. The ultimate beneficiaries of this action are the European SMEs, which would be allowed to better understand e-business processes, improve their skills and participate in e-business networks. This grant theme is part of the 2005 Grants Work Programme of the Enterprise and Industry Directorate General. Read more
From 04/08/2005 to 31/08/2005
The purpose of the study is to investigate the need for exclusive and non-exclusive frequency bands for reliable, real time and non real time medical applications in representative small, medium size and large hospitals (possibly extended to home care) in view of the European wide harmonisation of frequencies; to review the state of the art; to roadmap the applications, concepts and technologies in short, medium and long term; to analyse cost-benefits; to address the electromagnetic compatibility issues; to include also the views of other key constituencies in selected member states (i.e. national regulatory authorities, academics, companies, other) Read more
From 15/07/2005 to 09/09/2005
The objectives of the study include: (i) the identification of models and tools that could satisfy the increasing requirements for evidence-based impact assessment and evaluation of policies and programmes; (ii) the assessment of their availability and capabilities for quantitative evaluation of the impact of IST research and investment in terms of growth, competitiveness, jobs and social inclusion. Read more
From 19/07/2005 to 03/10/2005
The call is composed of 4 studies: 1) Study on Exchange of good practices in eHealth 2) Study on Patient identity in eHealth 3) Study on Legal and regulatory aspects of eHealth 4) Study on Conformance testing and accreditation schemes in eHealth The closing date is 03/10/2005. The opening date is 17/10/2005. Read more

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