Council Decision Concerning the Specific Programme to Be Carried out by Means of Direct Actions by the Joint Research Centre under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration Activities (2007 to 2013). Council of the European Union Official Journal of the European Union, 49(L 400):368–403, December, 2006.
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[...] Article 1. The Specific Programme related to the direct actions in research, technological development and demonstration to be carried out by the Joint Research Centre, hereinafter the "Specific Programme" is hereby adopted for the period from 1 January 2007 to 31 December 2013. Article 2. The Specific Programme shall establish the activities for the non-nuclear actions of the Joint Research Centre, providing customer driven scientific and technical support to the Community policy making process, ensuring support to the implementation and monitoring of existing policies and responding to new policy demands. [...] ANNEX 1. Objective. To provide customer-driven scientific and technical support to the Community policy making process, ensuring support to the implementation and monitoring of existing policies and responding to new policy demands. 2. Approach. The JRC will reinforce its customer-driven orientation, and its strong networking with the scientific community, in the specific context of growth, sustainable development and security by: [-] flexibly responding to the developing needs and requirements of the European policy makers, [-] focusing attention on issues which are important in terms of societal concern, which have a research component and which have a dominant Community dimension, [-] developing partnerships with research centres, universities, industry, public authorities, regulatory bodies in the Member States and with third countries and international bodies; [-] reinforcing its competencies and facilities, [-] the JRC has focused its resources to respond to the S/T challenges arising from the complex and multi-faceted aspects of Community policy related issues. It has done so by organising its activities around the main policy areas and by establishing synergies with other sources of S/T support available in the Member States. It will further enhance this capacity, also by collaborating with EU Agencies, other EU Institutions, notably with the European Parliament, and authorities in the Member States, [-] increasing transparency when setting its research priorities by making the criteria for these priorities publicly available. [...]
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  title = {Council {{Decision}} Concerning the {{Specific Programme}} to Be Carried out by Means of Direct Actions by the {{Joint Research Centre}} under the {{Seventh Framework Programme}} of the {{European Community}} for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration Activities (2007 to 2013)},
  author = {{Council of the European Union}},
  year = {2006},
  month = dec,
  volume = {49},
  pages = {368--403},
  issn = {1725-2555},
  abstract = {[...] Article 1. The Specific Programme related to the direct actions in research, technological development and demonstration to be carried out by the Joint Research Centre, hereinafter the "Specific Programme" is hereby adopted for the period from 1 January 2007 to 31 December 2013. Article 2. The Specific Programme shall establish the activities for the non-nuclear actions of the Joint Research Centre, providing customer driven scientific and technical support to the Community policy making process, ensuring support to the implementation and monitoring of existing policies and responding to new policy demands. [...] ANNEX

1. Objective. To provide customer-driven scientific and technical support to the Community policy making process, ensuring support to the implementation and monitoring of existing policies and responding to new policy demands. 2. Approach. The JRC will reinforce its customer-driven orientation, and its strong networking with the scientific community, in the specific context of growth, sustainable development and security by: [-] flexibly responding to the developing needs and requirements of the European policy makers, [-] focusing attention on issues which are important in terms of societal concern, which have a research component and which have a dominant Community dimension, [-] developing partnerships with research centres, universities, industry, public authorities, regulatory bodies in the Member States and with third countries and international bodies; [-] reinforcing its competencies and facilities, [-] the JRC has focused its resources to respond to the S/T challenges arising from the complex and multi-faceted aspects of Community policy related issues. It has done so by organising its activities around the main policy areas and by establishing synergies with other sources of S/T support available in the Member States. It will further enhance this capacity, also by collaborating with EU Agencies, other EU Institutions, notably with the European Parliament, and authorities in the Member States, [-] increasing transparency when setting its research priorities by making the criteria for these priorities publicly available.

[...]},
  journal = {Official Journal of the European Union},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-11538836,europe,european-commission,european-council,european-union,joint-research-centre,legislation},
  lccn = {INRMM-MiD:c-11538836},
  number = {L 400}
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