The e-IRG is formed by official delegations of ministries of science from various European countries (see the list of members). The e-IRG also coordinates activities with international initiatives outside of Europe. The structure is described in detail in the e-IRG Bylaws.
- Consists of appointed Member, Accession and Associated States Representatives, and officials from the European Commission
- The executive board consists of a chair elected by the members, and three board members representing the rotating EU Presidency (past – current – future presidencies each deliver one board member, see the overview of future presidencies
- Operational support provided through the European Commission by means of the e-IRGSP3 project
Current Executive Board (during Irish EU Presidency 2013)
Sverker Holmgren, (chair), Uppsala University, Sweden
John Boland (co-chair), HEAnet Limited, Ireland
Kees Neggers (vice-chair), SURF, The Netherlands
Stanislovas Zurauskas (vice-chair) Ministry of Education and Science, Lithuania
Anni Hellman (invited expert), EC, Belgium
e-IRG regularly delegates work to Task Forces. e-IRG is also sometimes officially represented in external Task Forces and committees.