Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 09/07/2014 to 08/09/2014
The purpose of the procurement is to set up a coordination mechanism to support language resource collection for the Automated Translation building block foreseen in the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). Read more
First calls for proposals under the Joint Technology Initiatives, Innovation and Investment Package,Brussels, 9 July 2014 Read more
On 23 September 2014, after 2000 years from Augustus death, 13 countries will meet in Rome, Amsterdam, Alexandria and Sarajevo, for the opening of an extraordinary exhibition, Keys to Rome: an original interactive journey to discover the city of Augustus and the Roman Empire, seen and experienced from its four corners, four fascinating venues, four cities on Roman culture. Read more
A lot of today's most popular gadgets entered the market as complete game-changers and revolutionised the way we interact with each other and our environment. The Horizon 2020 program has put in place instruments to favour open and disruptive innovation. Read more
Digital Venice, 8 July 2014 Read more
With a ceremonial event, the United Nations commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War in the presence of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Tuesday 8 July, in New York (6.30 pm local time). Read more
From 07/07/2014 to 11/07/2014
Venice, Italy
This event marks the emphasis placed by the Italian government on digital innovation as the key to sustainable economic development and boost to new employment. Read more
Avenue de Beaulieu, 25 Brussels Belgium
This workshop focused on reducing the dependency of public entities to a specific vendor of ICT products or services (lock-in). Those involved in ICT procurement were invited to participate. Read more
In the business world, you have to learn from your mistakes in order to succeed. Teach’nGo is a prime example of how persistence is often the key to success. Read more
In June 2014 the large-scale epSOS pilot, providing smart cross-border health services, came to an end. The epSOS team has written a letter to highlight the achievements of the project, outline initiatives taking the results forward, inform about where project outputs can be accessed after the project, and last but not least thank everyone involved. Read more