European GNSS Agency

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European GNSS Supervisory Authority
European GNSS Agency logo.svg
Formation 12 July 2004 (ratified)
2004 (established)
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Director
Carlo des Dorides
Legal authority
Council Regulation No 1321/2004
Website gsa.europa.eu

The European GNSS Agency (GSA; formerly European GNSS Supervisory Authority) is an agency of the European Union based in Prague, Czech Republic, established in 2004.

Its objective is to ensure that essential public interests are properly defended and represented in connection with European Union's satellite navigation programmes (GALILEO and EGNOS). The aim of GALILEO is to provide a modern European alternative to the established GPS system of the United States of America.

The agency is responsible for managing and monitoring the use of the program funds. It will help the European Commission deal with any matters relating to satellite radio-navigation.

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