CEF Monitoring Dashboard: Q4 2018 Reuse Figures Published

The latest figures for the last quarter of 2018 confirm again that the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) are gaining in popularity and seeing their uptake grow quarter after quarter.

Three DSIs make the highlights for the 4th quarter of 2018: the Electronic Exchange of Social Security Information (EESSI), e-Justice and eProcurement.

The Implementation service from EESSI performed particularly well in Q4. In total, 52 EESSI implementations in 26 different EU countries, compared to a total of 42 implementations in Q3 (in 24 countries). So far, 76 documents have been exchanged, showing a 31% increase since 2018 Q3.

Secondly, the European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) service from the e-Justice Portal also got some momentum. In fact, after a decrease for 3 quarters, the total number of unique visitors for the ECLI pages of the e-Justice Portal picks up again, showing a 42% growth over the last quarter. Bulgaria contributed the most in terms of visitors, registering an increase from 193 to 393 visitors.

Finally, 20 countries have deployed the European Single Procurement Document (ESPD), which is supported by the eProcurement DSI. This demonstrates a 100% increase over the past year. When looking at usage of the service, the ESPD website received 464,281 unique visitors during the last quarter.

We also want to mention that we have improved the data visualization for the Uptake of eInvoicing: it now has a separate dashboard which focuses on the amounts of trainings and webinars, as well as a separate dashboard which summarizes the eInvoicing country factsheets.

The European Commission updates the CEF Dashboard on a quarterly basis with new data and features to improve the visibility on the progress made by the DSIs and to enhance transparency.

To find out more visit the Monitoring Dashboard, the Reuse and CEF Digital.



Last updated on  Mar 15, 2019 14:35

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