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Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 134/2003, of 28 of August28.08.2003
Published in D.R. number 198 (Series I-B) of 28 August 2003
Presidência do Conselho de Ministros (Presidency of the Council of Ministers)
Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 3/2001 of 8 January established the UMTS working group in order to ensure the connection between UMTS operators, ICP-ANACOM, then known as ICP, and the Interministerial Commission for the Information Society, which in the meantime has been replaced by the Interministerial Commission for Knowledge and Innovation.
This resolution aimed to meet the need to monitor and assess the implementation of projects for the development of the information and knowledge society regarding the set of actions to which the entities licensed as UMTS operators were bound, in the scope of the tender for license allocation.
Although the initial assumptions remain valid, nevertheless it is necessary to reposition the actors, having regard to the fact that the Interministerial Commission for the Information Society has ceased to exist, and to the new transversal entity role assigned to the Knowledge and Innovation Mission Unit (UMIC), within the scope of the information society.
Pursuant to point g) of article 199 of the Constitution, the Council of Ministers hereby decides to amend paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 3/2001 of 8 January, which shall read as follows:
«1 - To entrust the Interministerial Commission for Knowledge and Innovation, established by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 135/2002 of 20 November, with the task of supporting the monitoring and assessment, on the part of the Government, of the compliance with the obligations undertaken by the UMTS operators, in the framework of the development and promotion of the information society in Portugal.
2 - To establish a working group that shall ensure the connection between UMTS operators, ICP - ANACOM and the Interministerial Commission for Knowledge and Innovation, in order to carry out the mentioned monitoring and assessment, which shall be composed by:
A representative of the Knowledge and Innovation Mission Unit (UMIC), presiding;
A representative of ICP-ANACOM;
A representative of the executive secretariat of the Interministerial Commission for Knowledge and Innovation, provided for in paragraph 18 of the Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 135/2002 of 20 November;
One representative from each UMTS operator.»
Presidency of the Council of Ministers, 7 August 2003. - The Prime-Minister, José Manuel Durão Barroso.
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