Winners of Sharing & Reuse Awards 2019 made public!
The European Commission announced the results of the Sharing & Reuse Awards 2019 on 11 June during the Sharing & Reuse Conference in Bucharest. The first team won €15,000 and the runner-up €10,000 in each of four categories. The solutions at the 3rd and 4th place received a certificate of excellence. The Sharing & Reuse Awards is a contest for European public administrations.
Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, launched the contest on 29 November 2018. In this second edition, the focus was on the most innovative and impactful IT solutions, both open source software and shared IT services.
Public administrations from 20 different countries submitted 68 entries, out of which 16 solutions have been shortlisted. The final results are listed below.
Most Innovative Shared IT Services
1 YUCCA SMART DATA PLATFORM, Piedmont Region, Italy
2 Consent-based loan application, The Brønnøysund Register Centre, Norway
3 Once Only Principle (OOP) buidling block, Centre des technologies de l’information de l’État (CTIE), Luxembourg
4 Suomi.fi-Finnish Service Catalogue, Population Register Centre, Finland
Shared IT Services with the biggest impact on businesses and citizens
1 Software reuse in social security and health care - the eHealth case, eHealth-platform, Belgium
2 GATE of MAZOVIA, Mazowieckie Voivodeship, Poland
3 Suomi.fi e-Authorizations, Population Register Centre, Finland
4 Data Intermediation Platform and SCSPv3 Portfolio (DIP), General Secretariat for Digital Administration - SGAD, Spain
Most Innovative Open Source Software
1 OpenFisca, Direction interministérielle du numérique et du système d'information et de communication de l'État (DINSIC), France
2 Decidim, City of Barcelona, Spain
3 OSLO Validator, Information Flanders, Belgium
4 Web Accessibility Observatory Tracker (OAW Tracker), General Secretariat for Digital Administration, Spain
Open source software with the biggest impact on businesses and citizens
1 open-eID - the Cornerstone of e-Governance, Riigi Infosüsteemi Amet, Estonia
2 Consul, Municipality of Madrid, Spain
3 @firma (eSignature Platform), General Secretariat of Digital Administration, Spain
4 LUTECE, City of Paris, France
Find more about the Awards results, their justification and presentations of winning solutions.
Check out photos from the presentations of 16 shortlisted solutions, as well as photos from the Awards ceremony.
The contest was organised by the European Commission in the context of the ISA² Programme’s Sharing and Reuse action.