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From: Patrick SCHOULLER 
Subject: Programme CIP TIC PSP Appel 2009 Deux offres de partenaires

Madame, monsieur
dans le cadre de l'appel en cours du programme CIP dans sa thématique TIC,
nous
avons reçu plusieures propositions de partenairaits. dans la première, le
opuvernement de Lituanie se propose comme partenairens l'information du
secetur
publique, et la deuxième concren un projet avec un consultant britannique dans
les Livings Labs 

objective: 6.1: Legal aspects of Public Sector Information

The Information society development committee under the Government of
Lithuania
(ISDC) would like to participate in the Thematic Network for Public Sector
Information theme relating to Objective 6.1 Legal aspects of Public Sector
Information (of ICT PSP 2009). 

ISDC’s functions

ISDC’s primary responsibility is to coordinate the information society
development processes in the Republic of Lithuania. The main functions of
ISDC:

§       to  participate in the process of shaping state information society
development policy of the Republic of Lithuania and coordinate the
implementation thereof;

§       coordinates the development of information society ensures equal
access
to information and communication technologies (ICT) and electronic contents,
promotes communication of natural and legal persons with state and municipal
institutions and establishments by electronic means, expands the access to
public services through electronic means and the competence of Lithuanian
residents in the field of using ICT;

§       coordinates the development and introduction of electronic
contents, ICT
infrastructure and ICT innovations. 

ISDC’s activity regarding the PSI re-use

ISDC is responsible for PSI re-use regulation in Lithuania. Transposition
of EC
Directive 2003/98/EC on PSI re-use based on  several local acts: The Law on
the
Right to Obtain Information from State and Local Government Institutions, The
Law on State Registers,  The Resolution of the Government of the Republic of
Lithuania on Regulation of payment amount calculation of data delivery from
State Registers and Cadastres. The legal acts mentioned above were prepared
with
the co-operation of ISDC. 

ISDC is active for organizing national thematic meetings and collaboration
with
PSI stakeholders. ISDC organized two highly successful meetings on the PSI
re-use in Lithuania, the first in 2005, the other in February 2008.
Participants from a wide range of regulatory institutions, PSI holders,
private
institutions and academic circles positively assessed legal acts, however,
identified practical obstacles to re-use the PSI.

Moreover, ISDC actively participated in the ePSIplus project, funded under the
European Commission's eContent programme. The Project partners significantly
benefited from the project results and partnership itself. It was good
opportunity to learn from each others’ experience, to raise awareness on PSI
re-use and to achieve a better understanding on how to stimulate PSI re-use.

In 2007 ISDC carried out a survey to assess the demand for the PSI in the
market and the condition for the re-use of PSI. Respondents as the state
institutions, citizens and business were involved in the survey. Citizens and
businesses were asked about their needs and existing obstacles to re-use PSI.
The majority of businesses told that not all public institutions deliver
information on the basis of the same conditions. Better understanding of the
needs of re-users could help to make more available useful information and
facilitate the re-use of PSI.


Looking ahead

ISDC will contribute to further actions towards overcome barriers that limit
the re-use of PSI:
§       The Directive should be amended by minimal regulations of requirements
of redress; 
§       it is necessary to define organizational structure responsible for
dispute procedure of public sector information re-use;
§       technical measures should be effective and user friendly; 
§       to harmonize charging for the re-use of PSI;
§       to regulate personal data protection rules and intellectual property
rights in relation with the PSI re-use;
§       to increase co-operation with private sector;
§       to ensure that supply meets demand and etc.
Thus, the Thematic Network for PSI is an excellent opportunity to work
together
to identify and discuss legal barriers to access to and reuse of PSI in the
Digital environment and suggest ways to overcome them. The PSI Directive does
not eliminate all obstacles concerning the re-use possibilities of PSI and the
establishment of a pan-European public information market. There are different
rules and practices in EU Member States concerning charges, conditions ant
etc.
It may be possible by collaborating together to achieve harmonisation across
the European Union of the rules and administration on the re-use of PSI.

Further information about ISDC is available on www.ivpk.lt

Contact persons:
Information society development Committee under the Government of Lithuania
Information systems and registers division
Head of Division
Kêstutis Andrijauskas
+370 (5) 2665168
k.andrijauskas(at)ivpk.lt

Deputy Head of Division
Vilma Greckaitë
+370 (5) 2663994
v.greckaite(a)ivpk.lt

Chief Specialist
Natalija Selskaitë
+370 (5) 2665188
n.selskaite(a)ivpk.lt

Agnë Kavaliauskienë
NCP Lithuania
+370 (5) 2665182
a.kavaliauskiene@ivpk.lt



We Media Ltd UK, consultant anglais recherche des partenaires pour un:
http://www.ideal-ist.net/Countries/UK/PS-UK-3243

ICT PSP 2009 (CIP-ICT PSP-2009-3)

Projet: Pilot B

Dans le défi: 8.1 Sharing of best practice across European Living Labs
involving
SMEs as key user-and provider-participants
Nom provisoire du projet: Creation of a business community network to promote
SMEs, professionals and innovation through New Technologies
Date de clôture: 02/06/2009

Sujet:
The Internet presents tremendous growth potential for business, based on
disintermediation and reaching larger audience than any other medium in
history. It gives fantastic flexibility for target markets, ad policies,
marketing and development.
The purpose of this project is to work with SMEs, Chambers of Commerce, Living
Labs and Universities in order to promote business and productivity through
the
creation of a virtual community. The project is targeting professionals of all
industries in Europe and the Emerging Markets, taking advantage of New
Technologies, mobile telephony and current social trends. The concept is
largely based on interactivity and the exploitation of wireless technologies
for the sharing of content, information and experiences among the community
members. 

Présentation de la proposition:
Currently there is a robust tide of SMEs and potential producers, consumers,
sellers and buyers who represent an invisible, virtual (albeit extremely
powerful) pool of target groups, who in fact set new trends into the way
consumerism is being applied and the markets shape. 
This project has been created as an important vehicle for SMEs that will take
advantage of New and Mobile Technologies and social trends in order to promote
SMEs, address the crying need for virtual and physical fora to fill the gap
between governments, corporations, universities, civil and social
organizations
and individuals. The project's objectives is to become a one-stop-shop for new
opportunities, information, contacts, business, live discussion forums,
platforms for business/education promotion and information gathering for SMEs,
entrepreneurs, investors, executives, business people, manufacturers,
University graduates etc. With the use of Web 2.0 and mobile technology the
project aims to address the following challenges: 
• Productivity gap 
• Relocation of low quality standardized jobs and high skilled work to
countries outside the EU 
• Job losses 
• Inclusion (regional, rural, skills) 
• SMEs encouragement, support and worldwide promotion 
• Knowledge-based Economy and to strengthen the European Research and
Innovation Area (ERA) by investing in human capital, emerging technologies,
innovative systems and promoting group work and collaborative networking. 
By creating a strong network of complementary providers with similar
philosophies and business practices, a single service provider such as SMEs
can
provide much greater value proposition to a prospective customer than an
individual working without the benefit of the network. 
With the use of Web 2.0 and mobile technology the project aims to address the
following challenges: 
· Productivity gap 
· Relocation of low quality standardized jobs and high skilled work to
countries
outside the EU 
· Job losses 
· Inclusion (regional, rural, skills) 
· SMEs encouragement, support and worldwide promotion 
· Knowledge-based Economy 
and to strengthen the European Research and Innovation Area (ERA) by investing
in human capital, emerging technologies, innovative systems and promoting
group
work and collaborative networking.
Innovation and user-experience is of utmost importance and experimental and
academic contribution to the project is essential. 

Expertises demandées:
Expertise in Web 2.0, New Technologies, Mobile Networks, Multimedia platforms 
Expertise in social networks
Expertise in development of interactive 3D software
Expertise in innovative web applications
Expertise in academic/internet research (e-governance, digital divide, future
trends, stats) 

Partenaires recherchés:
IT Research Centres; Chambers of Commerce; Universities; SMEs; Industrial
partners; Living Labs; Institutions with Digital Libraries; Governmental
bodies.

The proposer is not looking for a coordinator.

Pour en savoir plus, venez retirer cette recherche de partenaire:
http://www.ideal-ist.net/Countries/UK/PS-UK-3243 

en cas d'aide Claire FERTE
claire.ferte@ubifrance.fr

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Patrick SCHOULLER
Ministère de l'Economie de l'Industrie et de l'Emploi
DGCIS - STIC
Représentant national "Programmes européens dédiés à la société de
l'information"
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