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: APPLICATIONS--Government--Initiatives for information infrastructures
- Canada: Industry Canada Ministry, Communications Development Directorate (http://info.ic.gc.ca)
- Europe: European Council report on specific measures to be taken by the European Community and the Members States for information infrastructures (http://www.earn.net/EC/bangemann.html)
- Europe/Info Market: I'M (Info Market)- Europe Home Page, information about Europe and the European electronic information market (http://www.echo.lu)
- Japan-MITI: Japan's Ministry of International Trade and Industry, program for advanced information infrastructure (http://www.miti.go.jp/index-e.html)
- Singapore-IT200: Information from the National Computing Board (NCB) of Singapore's Digital Media Centre (http://www.ncb.gov.sg)
- USA-HPCC: the National Coordination Office (NCO) for High Performance Computing and Communications (http://www.hpcc.gov)
- USA-IITF: United States Information Infrastructure Task Force (http://iitf.doc.gov)
- USA-IISP: United States Information Infrastructure Standards Panel; facilitate development of standards critical to the National and Global Information Infrastructure (NII and GII) (http://www.ansi.org/iisp/)
- USA-NII DIIG: The Digital Information Infrastructure Guide (DIIG) is a resource to facilitate the development of the National Information Infrastructure (NII) (http://farnsworth.mit.edu/diig.html)
- USA-NII Related: Related Efforts in the National Information Infrastructure (http://www.acl.lanl.gov/sunrise/RelatedInfo/OtherProjects.html)
- USA-NII-XIWT: USA's National Information Infrastructure Cross-Industry Working Team, a coalition of industry to define requirements for a national information infrastructure (http://www.cnri.reston.va.us:3000/XIWT/public.html)
- USA-North Carolina: North Carolina Information Highway (NCIH) (http://www.ncih.net)
These government-sponsored initiatives and organizations to implement or support national or state information infrastructures.