These include structures like the Group of 8's Digital Opportunity Task Force (DOT Force), the UN's ICT Task Force and the World Economic Forum's Global Digital Divide Initiative.
What does DOT stand for?
DOT stands for Digital Opportunity Task Force
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The genesis, mandate, approach, and institutional structure underlying models of public policy dialogue, such as the Brundtland World Commission on Environment and Development, (3) the more recent Digital Opportunity Task Force of the G8 heads of state, (4) and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, (5) differ significantly.
Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the United States set up the Digital Opportunity Task Force at the G8 Summit in Okinawa, Japan, in July 2000.
The Digital Opportunity Task Force was established at the G8 Summit in Okinawa, Japan, in July 2000 and convened its first meeting on 27-28 November in Tokyo.
The officials, meeting for the first time Monday and Tuesday in Tokyo as members of the Digital Opportunity Task Force -- dubbed the ''dot force'' -- agreed the task force will actively work on alleviating the digital divide, the official said.
Deputy Press Secretary Chikahito Harada said the first meeting of the G-8 Digital Opportunity Task Force (dot force), aimed at fostering a common understanding of the current state and challenges of the digital divide, will take place Nov.