1.Signed on May 5, 2010;
Entered into Force on May 5, 2010.
The Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive
Yuan, the Republic of China (Taiwan) and The Ministry of The
Interior of the Czech Republic, (hereinafter referred to as "the
CONSIDERING that the development of e-Government cooperation
shall be of mutual benefit; and
RECOGNIZING that such cooperation shall further economic
cooperation and enhance their friendship;
Therefore understand as follows:
The Participants intend to support cooperation in the field of
e-Government as described in this Memorandum of Understanding
(hereinafter referred to as the "MoU") on the basis of mutual
benefit and equality and in accordance with the respective laws
of their states.
In the framework of the cooperation under this MoU the
Participants intend to utilize the support of the Taipei
Economic and Cultural Office in Prague and the Czech Economic
and Cultural Office in Taipei.
1. The cooperation under this MoU may include the following:
a) Joint or cooperative programs and projects of mutual benefit
, including visits and exchanges of officials, experts or
b) Organization of and participation in workshops, symposia,
conferences, fora, exhibitions and other joint meetings of
c) Exchange of technical information concerning e-Government;
d) Operation of joint training programs to raise e-Government
2. Examples of specific projects of mutual interest are
described in Annex to this MoU.
1. In the framework of the cooperation under this MoU, the
Participants take into account the availability of funds and
personnel. The Participants intend, prior to beginning of an
activity under Article 3, to agree on the terms of financing.
2. Any form of cooperation additional to those listed in Article
3 and any project additional to those listed in the Annex to
this MoU should be agreed in writing by the Participants.
The Participants intend to use or disclose information obtained
under this MoU only for the purposes specified in this MoU. The
Participants intend to transmit such information to a third
party only with a written approval of the Participant which has
provided the information.
a) The cooperation based on this MoU will begin on the date of
b) The Participants intend to maintain the cooperation under
this MoU for a period of five (5) years,
c) The termination of activities under this MoU shall not affect
the projects under this MoU that are initiated prior to such
In Witness Whereof, the undersigned, being duly authorized, have
signed this Memorandum of Understanding.
Done in Prague on 5th May 2010 in duplicate in the English
For the Research, Development For the Ministry of the Interior
and of the
Evaluation Commission, Czech Republic
the Republic of China (Taiwan)
Yu-Hsieh Song Lenka Ptackova Melicharova