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From 29/03/2017 to 29/03/2017
Cultural Centre of Belém, Lisbon, Portugal
The European Commission invites public administration representatives, legal and procurement officers and providers of IT solutions for the public sector to participate in the Sharing & Reuse Conference 2017. Read more
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Cross-borders Europe picture
From 07/03/2017 to 07/03/2017
In case you have missed the e-SENS event you can still embark on the journey of a new era for Digital Public Services and contribute to the EU Digital ecosystem for public administrations and beyond. Read more
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From 07/03/2017 to 07/03/2017
Germany, the Netherlands and Austria have successfully connected their electronic identification and authentication infrastructure, making it possible to use Austrian and German eID to access Dutch online public services. Specific examples include an agricultural portal, handling traffic fines and services delivered by municipalities. The endeavour was carried out within the framework of the Citizen Lifecycle Pilot of the e-SENS project, co-financed by the EU. Read more
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From 02/03/2017 to 03/03/2017
Brussels, Belgium
After almost four years, the e-SENS Large Scale Pilot project is coming to an end. The objective of thisconference is to celebrate a milestone on the way towards a Digital Single Market, in particular the shift from a "piloting" to a "go live" phase for EU cross-border digital public services. The conference will be opened by Vice-President Andrus Ansip and will bring together the European and international (mainly from Asia/Pacific and America) eGovernment community represented by Public Administrations, decision makers, IT managers, IT Industry and other parties involved. Read more
eGovernment: delivering innovative public services for citizens and businesses
From 01/03/2017 to 01/03/2017
The digital transformation of government will benefit citizens and businesses, save administrations money and create a new marketplace for public service applications. EU-funded projects have helped to overcome obstacles and provide the building blocks for administrations to deliver new digital services across departments and across borders. Read more
Graphic showing map of Europe with connected cities
Graphic showing map of Europe with connected cities
From 17/02/2017 to 17/02/2017
The European Commission has opened today a call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to stimulate and support the deployment of European Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs). Up to €27.5 million will be made available to meet the needs of public administrations, businesses and citizens in their cross-border activities. The deadline for submitting proposals is 18 May 2017. Read more
From 10/02/2017 to 10/02/2017
Athens, Greece
SONNETS project is pleased to invite you to the Workshop on “Emerging ICTs and Innovation Potential for the Public Sector” where you can become an actor in the transformation of the public sector into a technology and innovation leader. Read more
From 06/02/2017 to 06/02/2017
The eDelivery Cost Estimation tool is now available to assess and quantify the expected benefits of reusing CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) eDelivery. This tool can be used by any type of project considering the reuse of eDelivery. There are significant benefits of reusing eDelivery from reduced risk and costs to improved quality. These benefits are key elements to every business case, and are therefore decisive factors in the decision of projects or policy domains to use CEF eDelivery. Read more
From 01/02/2017 to 01/02/2017
The EU wide Once-Only Principle can have a big impact in making life of citizens and businesses easier across the EU and could contribute to Digital Single Market (study reference: SMART 2015/0062). Read more
From 26/01/2017 to 26/01/2017
The TOOP project is part of the EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and will contribute towards increasing the efficiency of the Digital Single Market. The project will ensure that information is supplied to public administrations only once regardless of the company's country of origin. This step eliminates unnecessary burdens for European businesses which are asked to present the same data and documents repeatedly. Read more