Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Publications

Article
25/03/2015
Final study report explores how examples of open innovation can be used to direct information and communications technology (ICT) public policy, two innovation Challenges were run as part of the project. A thought-leader workshop was then held to discuss the outcomes and implications of the Challenges, and explore how crowdsourcing can be more widely used in public policy and the potential for up-scaling. Read more
25/03/2015
This report summarises the expressed positions of stakeholders on the digital single market (DSM) reform. It is based on active listening, both face-to-face and online, at round tables with VP Ansip and Commissioner Oettinger, the #Digital4EU conference, social media (including Digital4EU and Tweet chats), ongoing discussion on Digital4EU, and previous stakeholder analysis. Read more
24/03/2015
The EU Rolling Plan for ICT Standardisation is a short- to medium-term work programme in ICT standardisation that is arranged by topic, linking EU policies to standardisation activities. Read more
24/03/2015
The present paper offers a definition of AGILe (Adaptive Governance and Internet-Inclusive Legislation), or so-called "Internet Readiness". Read more
24/03/2015
The study "ICT ART CONNECT: Activities Linking ICT and Art: Past Experience - Future Activities" reveals further evidence for the integration of the arts as an essential and fruitful component within research and innovation in ICT. Read more
23/03/2015
At the European Summit on Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing a background document was launched on 'Growing the Silver Economy'. It has been co-created by a team from different Directorates-General within the European Commission. The document is a first attempt to chart what the Silver Economy has to offer to the EU and what EU is doing already to grow it. Read more
17/03/2015
The project “Digital Agenda for Europe – Engagement for Growth and Jobs, Lot 3 - ICT and Innovation” is part of a wider assignment intended to mobilise efforts and stimulate commitment around the use of ICT to deliver growth and jobs in Europe. It is aimed at identifying relevant initiatives and involving stakeholders in the formulation of policy recommendations to foster ICT and Innovation in the EU by addressing different challenges to help bridging the gap between research and market competitiveness, in two perspectives: in and through ICT. Read more
17/03/2015
The European Commission has awarded a specific contract to Ecorys Nederlands B.V., in partnership with the National Institute for Health and Welfare (Finland) for a study on the exposure of minors to alcohol advertising on linear and non-linear audiovisual media services and other online services, including a content analysis. Read more
16/03/2015
The European Commission has just published the 2015 version of the eGovernment factsheets for each of the 28 Member States of the EU and for some further six countries. The factsheets provide a comprehensive overview of the e-Government activities of a given country. They can also support the comparison between countries. Read more
16/03/2015
The Digital Single Market is one of the European Commission's top priorities. It represents a golden opportunity: by fostering a Digital Single Market, the EU can create up to €250 billion in additional growth, hundreds of thousands of new jobs, and a vibrant knowledge-based society. Read more

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