Analysis of trustmark systems for e-commerce in Europe

February 10, 2003

Brussels, 07 Feb 2003

The European Commission has published a prior information notice concerning a call for tenders to develop an analysis of trustmark systems for electronic commerce in Europe.

The analysis will cover trustmark systems at both national and EU level, and should define common characteristics, systems and operating structures for such trustmarks. Furthermore, the contractor will be asked to undertake a comparison with similar systems in areas other than e-commerce.

The estimated maximum budget for the call is 150,000 euro, and the scheduled call date is March 2003. To see the prior information notice, please click here

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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