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The European Commission Information Society Promotion Office aims to promote co-operation and development in the various areas of the Information Society. ISPO acts as a bridgebuilder between Commission Services and external organizations interested in the Information Society.
A one-stop shop for European R&D project information. ERGO is an initiative of the European Commission working with National Research and Development (R&D) Information Providers with the aim of promoting awareness about R&D projects from European Union states and other associated countries.
Esprit, the information technologies (IT) programme, is an integrated programme of industrial R&D projects and technology take-up measures. It is managed by DG III, the Directorate General for Industry of the European Commission.
The purpose of the Global Inventory Project (GIP) was to provide a one stop facility on the World Wide Web by linking distributed national and international inventories of projects, studies, and other activities relevant to the promotion and the further development of knowledge and understanding of the Global Information Society.
The G.I.P. is a G8 initiative in collaboration with ENEA and the European Commission aims to produce an Internet-based multimedia inventory of information regarding the most important Information Society national and international projects, studies.
"The Information Society Activity Centre (ISAC) aims at ensuring coherence and maximum synergy among the information society approaches followed within the different policies of the Union. The mission of the ISAC can be resumed in three keywords: developing, implementing and exporting an European approach to the information society. The main objective of the activity of the ISAC is therefore to mainstream the information society into all the other policies of the European Union, contributing to fully exploit its potential impact and benefits. "
'The GIP aims to produce a multimedia inventory of national and international projects, studies and calls (where appropriate) relevant to the promotion and the further development of knowledge and understanding of the information society. The GIP will build upon and complement ongoing national and international initiatives. The first phase of the project will focus on the creation and implementation of an index and directory system based upon national inventories of significant selected activities being planned or currently under way in the G7 partners. The inventory will be expanded to include activities of non-G7 countries in order to create a "true and totally open planetary resource" of knowledge, ideas and possible solutions.' - ISPO (EC)
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