Call for proposals for projects to enhance European industrial potential in field of security research (OJ link)

February 13, 2006

Brussels, 10 February 2006

Information notice on a call for proposals for projects and supporting activities (PASR-2006) in the scope of the Preparatory Action on the enhancement of the European industrial potential in the field of security research (OJ C34/31 10.2.2006).
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Following the adoption on 9 February 2006 of Decision C(2006)331 on the Programme of Work 2006 of the Preparatory Action on the enhancement of the European industrial potential in the field of Security research, Towards a programme to advance European security through Research and Technology, the Commission of the European Communities will launch a call for proposals for projects and supporting activities.
Call identifier: PASR-2006
Closure date: 10.5.2006
Total indicative budget: EUR 15 million

Further information:
European Commission
The Preparatory Action in the field of Security Research Information Desk
Email: entr-pasr@cec.eu.int
http://www.cordis.lu/security

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