The Virtual Info Day will cover the following priorities of the 2020 CEF Telecom calls:
- Automated Translation
- eIdentification & eSignature
- European Platform for Digital Skills and Jobs
- Safer Internet
A targeted 30 minute session will be dedicated to each of the priorities, providing further information on the actions that are foreseen to be covered under the calls. The event will also explain the policy context of the calls. It will give information about the evaluation process and will provide valuable tips & tricks on writing a good proposal.
How to register and participate?
Participants can send their questions by email in advance to INEA-CEF-Telecoms-Infoday@ec.europa.eu. During the event it will also be possible to send questions on Slido using the hashtag #CEFTelecomDay. Questions received before and during the event will be answered immediately, and written replies will be available on the FAQ page after the event. The event will take place via live webstreaming and participants can register here. Follow @inea_eu or the hahstag #CEFTelecomDay on Twitter for updates.
About CEF Telecom
The overall objective of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is to pursue economic growth and support the completion and functioning of the internal market in support of the competitiveness of the European economy. In the telecomunications sector CEF aimes at pursuing real improvements in daily life for citizens, businesses (including SMEs) and administrations through the deployment of solid trans-European interoperable infrastructures based on mature technical and organisational solutions. CEF Telecom equally aims at promoting the deployment and modernisation of the connectivity networks that underpin these internet services by fostering the efficient flow of private and public investments and supporting local wireless connectivity in centres of public life. Examples of the CEF Telecom supported actions are available in the latest brochure. The latest success stories can be viewed at the CEF Digital website.