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Baltic Information Technology & Telecommunications Review

Issued by:
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
(www.mkm.ee), Republic of Estonia
Represented by 
Margus Pa, Head of Department of State Information Systems, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Republic of Estonia

Ministry of Electronic Government Affairs (www.eps.gov.lv), Republic of Latvia
Represented by 
Signe Blia, Minister of Electronic Government Affairs, Republic of Latvia

Information Society Development Committee (www.ivpk.lt), Government, Republic of Lithuania
Represented by
Aurimas Matulis,
Director of the Information Society Development Committee, Government, Republic of Lithuania

Editors:

Editor in chief:
Mra Jkobsone,
Data Media Group, Latvia
Stabu 47, Rga, LV 1011, LATVIA
Phone: +371 67311821, 29277304
Fax: +371 67315567
E-mail: mara.j(at)dtmedia.lv

Executive Editor:
Andris Melndris,

Data Media Group, Latvia
Stabu 47, Rga, LV 1011, LATVIA
Phone: +371 67311821, 29277304
Fax: +371 67315567
E-mail: andris.m(at)dtmedia.lv

Juhan Pruuden,
InfoSys O, Estonia
Ahtri 12, EE-10151 Tallinn, ESTONIA
Phone: +372 6261135
Fax: +372 6261021
E-mail: juhan(at)infosys.ee

Saule Jokbauskien,
Information Society Development Committee, Government, Republic of Lithuania
Vilniaus g. 18, Vilnius LT-01119, LITHUANIA
Phone: +370 5 2665183
Fax: +370 5 2665180
E-mail: s.jokubauskiene(at)ivpk.lt  






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