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ISA programme: collaboration beyond e-borders and sectors

Administrative procedures have the reputation of being lengthy, time-consuming and costly. Electronic collaboration between Public administrations can make these procedures quicker, simpler and cheaper for all parties concerned, in particular when transactions need to be done cross-border and/or cross-sector. The ISA programme of the European Commission facilitates such transactions through more than 40 actions with a budget of some EUR 160 million.


Dual EGOV 2015 and ePart 2015 conference


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Views on ISA

Interoperability as a driver for Public sector Modernisation, Stephen Quest


The EULF Transportation Pilot

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Maritime CISE: A Common Information Sharing Environment for safe, secure and clean seas across Europe

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Margarida Abecasis, Presentation at CNIS 2014


Promoting Semantic Interoperability in Europe

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Andrus Ansip, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of the Digital Single Market
Andrus Ansip, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of the Digital Single Market
“My vision is for a digital area where everyone can access and carry out online activities, across borders and with complete ease, safely and securely….”
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Günther Oettinger,, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society
Günther Oettinger, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society
"I am fully committed to making full use of digital technologies to drive public sector modernisation and promote greater transparency, more participation, better interoperability and more openness in the way we work with our stakeholders"More information
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Find out more about ISA's predecessor – the IDABC programme.