|29 March 2006||Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen TD to launch Border Ireland|
|20 September 2005||Border Ireland enters prelaunch phase – visit the website for more details|
|20 September 2005||Crossing the Information Border: Joint Border Ireland / Borderwise conference|
|25 May 2005|| Data collection in Northern government Departments underway.
OFMDFM request Northern Ireland departments and agencies to identify relevant cross-border information for inclusion in Border Ireland.
|1 May 2005||Border Ireland: Details collected of over 2300 cross-border activities involving over 3000 contacts, North and South
Border Ireland has now captured information on over 600 publications and 2300 activities across a range of sectors including agriculture, community development, culture, economic development, education, environment, health, tourism, training and development and transport. Border Ireland has documented cross-border work involving over 3000 contacts (individuals and organisations) and 20 different sources of funding.
|12 April 2005||Border Ireland pre-release to seminar members
A demonstration version was released today to a small reference group (28 people) for their comments and feedback. The demonstration version was made available for one week and contains only a fraction of the information we have collected so far, concentrating on the agriculture, education and health sectors.
|6 September 2004||Border Ireland Information Seminar
The Centre has invited key players from Ireland , North and South to a seminar to demonstrate the potential of Border Ireland using some of the information we have generated to date. This seminar will provide a unique opportunity to express how the continued development of Border Ireland could meet organisation’s cross-border information needs.
|1 May 2004||Identifed 800 activites with 500 contacts|
|1 September 2003||IT leader and information assistant appointed to Border Ireland project|
|1 May 2003||Border Ireland project commences|
May 1, 2005