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The Fifth Framework programme (FP5) covered the period 1998–2002 and the Sixth programme (FP6) will span the period 2002–2006. Considerable resources have been invested in the EU’s fourth and fifth framework R&D programmes since they commenced in the 1980s. 9% of the EU’s total budget, as indicated in Table 1. 9 % Source: EU IST directorate’s ‘Factsheet’ The particular field of research concerned with the development of new information and communication technologies (or ICT) has been accorded a major role within the overall budgets of the EU’s framework programmes since the 1980s.
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