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August 14, 2007

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eGovernment Research: supply of services for "multi-channel delivery strategies and sustainable business models for public services addressing socially disadvantaged groups"

(Deadline: 01/10/2007) The subject of the contract is to provide a thorough analysis and proper assessment of the current state of the art of main actions at Member States level related to the Inclusive eGovernment area, including guideline principles and practice. In addition, the study will identify, define and reach consensus on a multi-channel service delivery strategy that would support more effective and efficient delivery of public services to socially disadvantaged groups. Finally, on the above basis, the study will produce a possible range of sustainable business models that would support a more effective and efficient delivery of public services to those citizens at risk of being left behind by the information society.

Contact: INFSO-Inclusive-eGovernment@ec.europa.eu
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/egovernment_research/calls/index_en.htm

EU Questions on .eu 14/08/2007
It's been weeks now that I meant to summarize several Written Questions by Members of the European Parliament. Thanks to Stéphane, whose recent post made me realize how late I was!
• How much did it cost to the Commission to switch from .eu.int to .eu? The Commission does not know. …
• See other WQ ans Answers on http://domaine.blogspot.com/2007/07/eu-questions-on-eu.html

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