ICT Policy Support Programme
as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme (CIP)
The ICT Policy Support Programme (or ICT PSP) aims at stimulating innovation and competitiveness through the wider uptake and best use of ICT by citizens, governments and businesses.
NEW : Work Programme and Call for Proposals – 2012
The draft ICT PSP Work Programme 2012 has been approved by the CIP ICT Committee. The work programme is still subject to the formal approval by the Commission (expected in January 2012).
The 6th Call for Proposals will be open from 1 February until 15 May 2012 (pending the formal approval of Work Programme 2012 by the Commission).
Information Day 2012
Registration is now open
An Information Day on the 6th Call for Proposals will be held on Friday 3 February 2012 in Brussels (Charlemagne Building – Rue de la Loi 170 – B-1040 Brussels). The presentations will begin at 10:00 but please note that the welcome will be open from 09:00 onwards. We advise arriving early as security, collection of badges, etc. does take time. Please note that the registration system allows you to make your profile public, to provide links and to upload documents, and to contact other people signed up to this conference (and who agreed to be contacted).
Download the draft agenda here.
On line registration is now open. Click here to register.
Call for independent experts 2007/2013
Call for expression of interest addressed to individuals for the establishment of a database of prospective independent experts to assist the Commission’s services for tasks in connection with the ICT Policy Support Programme of CIP.
Running Activities and Projects
The Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme (CIP) runs for the years 2007-2013 and is organised around three multi-annual specific programmes:
- The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (EIP)
- The Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP)
- The Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE)
The ICT Policy Support Programme will run from 2007 to 2013 with a budget of 730 million €.