II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Companies & groups
Oracle Parkway, 500
Mr Karl Cox
Vice President Global Public affairs
Mr Karl Cox
Vice President Global Public Affairs
By eliminating complexity and simplifying IT, Oracle enables its customers—400,000 of them in more than 145 countries around the world—to accelerate innovation and create added value for their customers.
Oracle's complete, open, and integrated solutions offer extreme performance at the lowest cost—all from a single vendor. Integrated, industry-specific solutions are engineered to address complex business processes across a wide range of industries.
In the EU, Oracle Corporation engages with government officials and relevant stakeholders to promote the development of public policies which harness the potential of information and telecommunications technologies (ICT- to address society's greatest challenges and to promote growth of the European economy. Our engagement evolves with the political agenda. In 2014, key public policy issues included eHealth, eInclusion, standardisations, interoperability, competitions, ICT for energy efficiency, privacy protections, intellectual property protection, cybersecurity, trade, immigration and e-skills.
- DG CNCECT Cloud Computing SIG groups (Code of Conduct, Standardisation, Service Level Agreements, Certification).
- Standardisation Multi Stakeholder Platform
- NIS Platform
- Participation into the EU/JRC Workgroup
- Foundation EU ICT Body of Knowledge
- Integrated infractructures & Processes (including Open Data)
100%: 0 75%: 1 50%: 1 25%: 1
In addition to the employees referenced above, a marginal number of Oracle employees have engaged in reportable acitivities with the EU institutions for periods which account for less than 12% of their working time.
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AmCham (American Chamber of Commerce)
ECIS (European Committee of Interoperable Systems)
OFE (Open Forum Europe)
BSA (Business Software Alliance)
TABC (Trans Atlantic Business Council)
TPN (Trans Atlantic Policy Network)
ITI (Information Technology Industry Council)
ICC (International Chamber of Commerce)
European Internet Forum
European Services Forum
EPC (European Policy Centre)
EeSA (E-skills Association)
01/2014 - 12/2014
700,000 € - 799,999 €
EU official figures website 2014
Our registration is based on data for calendar year 2014.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.