CEF Building Blocks Presented at the Swedish Conference eFÖRVALTNINGSDAGARNA
In October 2018, the Swedish conference eFÖRVALTNINGSDAGARNA brought together in Stockholm around 1000 participants working with business development, digitisation and digitalisation, and IT as well as with e-service development and adoption, in the Swedish public sector. The event ran over two days, filled with the latest information regarding e-government and digital transformation.
This year, three presentations regarding different Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Building Blocks were delivered to the audience covering eDelivery, eID as well as eArchiving, one of the latest Building Blocks to join the CEF Digital 2018 programme (alongside Context Broker and Big Data Test Infrastructure).
The Agency for Digital Government (DIGG), is the Swedish agency responsible for eDelivery and eID. Martin Völcker presented the status of eDelivery and the advantages of using it for secure messaging delivery both nationally as well as internationally. A presentation of the ongoing projects nationally raised a lot of interest. Roger Fagerud presented the status of eID and the eIDAS regulation, and what the users in Sweden need to think about when they implement the newest version of eID for identification in their organisation.
Martin Völcker, DIGG presenting eDelivery. Photo by Inger Greve, DIGG.
Roger Fagerud, DIGG presenting eID. Photo by Inger Greve, DIGG.
Karin Bredenberg from the National Archives of Sweden, currently working on the project E-ARK4ALL (which is setting up the eArchiving Building Block, presented both the project and the new Building Block. The audience, as well as the visitors in the Swedish National Archives booth at the conference, are positive about the new Building Block and look forward to being able to review the specifications, and the upcoming availability of training, as well as sample software.
Karin Bredenberg, the Swedish National Archives. Photo by Inger Greve, DIGG.
To build a Digital Single Market, the CEF programme funds a set of generic and reusable Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs), known as Building Blocks. The CEF Building Blocks offer basic capabilities that can be reused in any European project to facilitate the delivery of digital public services across borders and sectors.
All the information needed to see how the CEF Building Blocks can benefit your organisation or project are available on CEF Digital 2018.
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