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Commission Decision of 15 March 2006 on setting up a high level expert group to advise the European Commission on the implementation and the development of the i2010 strategy (2006/215/EC)

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Article 3U.K.+E.U.Composition — Appointment

1.The Group shall be composed of one representative of each Member State and the Commission. Member State representatives may be accompanied by appropriate colleagues according to the subject matter discussed, without prejudice to the applicable rules for reimbursement of meeting expenses. The representatives shall be high level civil servants dealing with information society issues at national level, able to ensure appropriate coordination between the national public authorities involved in the various areas covered by the i2010 strategy.

2.The Commission may authorise the participation of observers from EEA countries and acceding countries. These observers are nominated according to the same criteria as referred to in paragraph 1.

3.Member States, EEA countries and acceding countries shall notify the Commission of the names and contact details of their nominees and of any subsequent changes.

4.The names of the appointed members shall be published on the i2010 website (www.europa.eu.int/i2010). The membership list will be updated by the Information Society and Media Directorate-General each time changes are notified by Member States.

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