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Le nouveau magazine Europe parlementaire est paru en octobre 2009

magazine Europe Parlementaire N°1

Ce numéro réalisé en partenariat avec des entreprises telles que Google et des organismes tels que la Fédération de l’e-commerce et de la vente à distance - FEVAD est entièrement dédié aux nouveaux enjeux stratégiques des Communications électroniques, avec notamment :

François Fillon, Premier ministre
Jean-Ludovic Silicani, président de l’Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes
Daniel Raoul, sénateur de Maine-et-Loire, secrétaire du Sénat, vice-président de l'Office parlementaire d'évaluation des choix scientifiques et technologiques, conseiller municipal d’Angers
Christian Paul,député de la Nièvre, vice-président du Conseil régional de Bourgogne, président de la commission technologie de l’information de l’Association des régions de France
Pierre Hérisson, sénateur de la Haute-Savoie, président du groupe d’études postes et communications électroniques du Sénat, vice-président de l’Association des maires de France
Bruno Retailleau, sénateur de la Vendée, secrétaire de la commission des affaires économiques du Sénat, premier vice-président du Conseil général de la Vendée
Michel Thiolière, sénateur de la Loire, conseiller municipal de Saint-Etienne, membre du conseil d’administration de la société France télévision
Jean Dionis du Séjour, député du Lot-et-Garonne, membre de l’Office parlementaire d’évaluation des choix scientifiques et technologiques, maire d’Agen, président de la communauté d'agglomération d'Agen

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Europe parlementaire n°3 est diffusé aux élus, hauts fonctionnaires de l’État nommés en Conseil des ministres et décideurs publics, depuis fin mars 2010

Europe parlementaire numéro 3Grand emprunt d’État, société numérique, nouvelles directives… Au sommaire :

Grand angle : François FILLON, premier ministre
Actualités :
Jean-Ludovic SILICANI, président de l’Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes (ARCEP)
Tribune libre :
Eric DEBROECK, responsable des affaires réglementaires de France Télécom

Et aussi, notamment :
Michel MERCIER
, ministre de l’espace rural et de l’aménagement du territoire
Christian ESTROSI,
ministre de l’industrie
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet,
secrétaire d’État à la prospective et au développement de l’économie numérique auprès du Premier ministre
Patrick VUITTON,
délégué général de l’Association des villes et collectivités pour les communications électroniques et l'audiovisuel (AVICCA)
Josette DURRIEU,
sénatrice des Hautes-Pyrénées, présidente du conseil général des Hautes-Pyrénées, membre de la Mission temporaire sur l’organisation et l’évolution des collectivités territoriales
Gilles QUINQUENEL,
vice-président du conseil général de la Manche, président du syndicat mixte Manche numérique
Thierry SOLÈRE,
vice-président du conseil général des Hauts-de-Seine en charge du dossier THD, maire adjoint de Boulogne-Billancourt
Hélidéo COSTA ELIAS,
chef du service Investissements et participations du département Développement numérique des territoires (DDNT) de la Caisse des dépôts et consignations (CDC)
Jean-Paul POURQUIER,
président du conseil général de Lozère, président de la communauté de communes du Causse du Massegros
Michel DESTOT
, député de l’Isère, maire de Grenoble, président de l’Association des maires des grandes villes de France
Nicolas CONSO,
chef du service Innovation stratégie de service aux usagers de la Direction générale de la modernisation de l’État (DGME)
Arnaud LACAZE,
chef du service Projets de la Direction générale de la modernisation de l’État (DGME)
André SANTINI,
ancien ministre,député des Hauts-de-Seine, maire d’Issy-les-Moulineaux, président du Mouvement national des élus locaux (MNEL)
Jean-Michel FOURGOUS,
député des Yvelines, maire d’Élancourt, en mission temporaire sur la promotion des TIC dans l'enseignement scolaire auprès du ministre de l'éducation nationale
Florence BARALE,
conseillère communautaire de la communauté urbaine de Nice Côte d’Azur, conseillère municipale de Nice, subdéléguée au développement économique et à l’aménagement urbain
Olivier ESPER
, directeur des relations institutionnelles de Google France

 

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