GMDDAGreater Merseyside Digital Development Agency (Liverpool, UK)
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The GMDDA is a voluntary partnership that brings together business, voluntary, community and education sectors.
Formed in 2002, GMDDA is structured into five partnership groups - e-business, e-learning, e-community, e-government and e-infrastructure.
The GMDDA executive board directs and monitors the work of these groups to maximise benefits and the sharing of good practice across Merseyside and beyond.
To date the GMDDA has delivered some notable successes including Merseyside ICT, MerseyBroadband and MSIF - and has been instrumental in raising the profile of ICT and digital opportunity across Merseyside, and the benefits of Merseyside as a digital hub.
Chair of the GMDDA and chief executive of Halton Council, David Parr, said: "Information, communication and digital technologies are becoming increasingly critical to achieving greater economic and social prosperity on Merseyside.We see these technologies as integral to all aspects of the regeneration and renaissance of the area.