The call projects are carried out based on the call and funding of an institution, region, a country or the EU and their outcome must be monitored and followed in accordance with the prescription of the call.
The Foundation for Information Society (HU) and the Association for Common Goals (SK) implemented a service package named Jointly for a common language (Közösen közös nyelven – Spoločne spoločnou rečou) in the frameworks of a cross-border cooperation to support the development of services of SMEs operating in the proximity of the border.
The direct objective of this two years long project was to define the scope and structure of relevant information and data that could provide flexible and user friendly information and knowledge management solutions of major importance for individual site managers, all States Parties, as well as for the World Heritage Centre of UNESCO, including their Advisory Bodies.
The Foundation for Information Society and the BKF University of Applied Sciences have been jointly awarded a 300-million HUF funding from the call by the Research and Technology Innovation Fund. The research project aims at discovering the values of the countries of the Balkan region that may serve as a basis to formulate new concepts of tourism services focusing on preserving health.
In the framework of the call TÁMOP 2.2.4-11/1, the Foundation for Information Society received a 30.77 million HUF support from the European Union for the project entitled Joint knowledge for the success of entrepreneurships along the border. The support was received for the implementation.
The Foundation for Information Society was awarded a fund on the call “Strengthening capacity of civil organizations providing labour force market services” that is to support the development necessary for providing standardized labour force market services by civil organizations.
The task of PEN (Productivity Effectiveness Navigator), a decision supporting software is to create scenarios that are capable to efficiently manage situations and minimise damage in case of events related to the production (failure of equipment involving overhaul, shortfall of a supplier, logistical problems caused by natural catastrophes etc).
The aim of the project is that the data obtained during existing and future cooperation carried out with The National Cybersecurity Center (CERT), should be compared to the secondary data sources reflecting the IT-knowledge of the national economy. In the framework of the primer research the project would assess the real effects of IT-vulnerability in the operation of the economic and public role-players and thus it would evaluate the effects that could be caused by the resulting risks and their inappropriate handling in the economic performance.