Inter-Active Terminology for Europe IATE (= “Inter-Active Terminology for Europe”) is the EU inter-institutional terminology database. IATE has been used in the EU institutions and agencies since summer 2004 for the collection, dissemination and shared management of EU-specific terminology. The project partners are: - European Commission - Parliament - Council - Court of Justice - Court of Auditors - Economic & Social Committee - Committee of the Regions - European Central Bank - European Investment Bank - Translation Centre for the Bodies of the EU The project was launched in 1999 with the objective of providing a web-based infrastructure for all EU terminology resources, enhancing the availability and standardisation of the information. IATE incorporates all of the existing terminology databases of the EU’s translation services into a single new, highly interactive and accessible interinstitutional database. The following legacy databases have been imported into IATE, which now contains approximately 1.4 million multilingual entries: - Eurodicautom (Commission), - TIS (Council), - Euterpe (EP), - Euroterms (Translation Centre), - CDCTERM (Court of Auditors).