New call for proposals to be discussed at eTEN event

June 25, 2002

Brussels, 24 June 2002

An information day on the new eTEN call for proposals will take place in Brussels on 4 July 2002.

eTEN falls under the Community programme TEN-Telecom, which aims to promote the deployment of telecommunication network-based services (e-services) across Europe in several areas of common interest. The eTEN Call for proposals is to be launched at the end of June with a budget of around 12 million euro. This European Commission event will present and discuss the 2002 eTEN work programme and application procedures.

Registration is on the first-come first-served basis.

For further information on registering for this event, the work programme and the call, please consult the following web address:

or contact:
Sergio Conti
Support to eTEN, INFSO/F3
Tel: +32 2 6609491

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2001

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