The European Commission has published the analysis reports on two public consultations: eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and Standards.

The consultation on the eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 collected EU citizens' and businesses' needs and expectations from eGovernment services in the EU, and what public administrative bodies can or plan to deliver. The responses support the approach taken in the roadmap for the new eGovernment Action Plan.

The majority of the respondents to the consultation on standardisation in the Digital Single Market supported the Commission’s initial problem analysis on ICT standardisation, in particular the need to define clearer priorities for core ICT related technologies. These recommendations to the Commission, along with the advice of the European Multi-Stakeholder Platform on ICT standardisation will form the basis for the Communication setting up priorities on ICT standardisation for the Digital Single Market. 

Building on today's results of the public consultations, the Commission proposed measures on the digitisation of European industry on the 19 April. 

Full report EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 consultation

Full report on the public consultation "Standards in the Digital Single Market: setting priorities and ensuring delivery"