Net Futures 2017 conference is a networking event where policy makers and technologists will meet to have deep-dive conversations and learn about each other's wishes and needs for tomorrow's internet, the economy and society
This semantic interoperability conference will feature inspirational talks and presentations on forward-looking data and information management initiatives from European public administrations, EU institutions and agencies and the private sector. The event will bring together policy makers, IT practitioners, and researchers interested in topics related to semantic interoperability for public administration.
This dialogue with stakeholders follows the adoption of the Communication on Building a European Data Economy and its accompanying Staff Working Document. Results will feed into the Commission’s initiatives on data announced in the Mid-term review of the 2015 Digital Single Market strategy.
As a key part of the Digital Single Market strategy, the European Commission has published the annual Europe's Digital Progress Report (EDPR), which monitors progress in digital policies in the Member States. The report benchmarks developments in connectivity, digital skills, use of internet by citizens and by business, digital public services, and investment in research, development and innovation in ICT.
The European Commission has launched a call for tenders for an action of a maximum value of EUR 500.000. The purpose of this call for tenders is to propose a framework for European governments towards a smooth transition to IPv6 in public administrations (SMART 2016/0099).
The eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 was published a year ago, on 19/04/2016, as part of a package of initiatives related to the realisation of the Digital Single Market (DSM). While the Commission is reviewing the progress made towards completing the Digital Single Market and will publish the DSM Midterm Review in May, we are now taking stock of the efforts made in accelerating the digital transformation of government. What have we achieved together in eGovernment, since the Action Plan was published?