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Ministerial Declaration on eGovernment - the Tallinn Declaration

All the European Union Member States and EFTA countries signed the 'eGovernement Declaration' in Tallin on 6 October 2017. The declaration was signed during the Ministerial Meeting which took place in the framework of the eGovernement Ministerial Conference. This was chaired by Minister Urve Palo, representing the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU and in the presence of Andrus Ansip, European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Single Market.

Have your say on the future EU High Performance Computing Initiative

The European Commission has opened a consultation on the High Performance Computing Initiative in Europe. The Commission wants to gather stakeholders’ opinions on the key areas of the future EU-wide initiative on HPC that will support the development of the next generation of computing and data infrastructure in Europe.

Seventh CoP plenary meeting

Around 80 representatives from business, European and national public authorities, civil society and academia came together for the seventh Community of Practice for better self- and co-regulation meeting to discuss SRCR aspects within new EC initiatives and explore how to enhance and ensure the best possible SRCR practice across the EU.

Crowdsourcing on what are the new sources of ICT enabled growth and jobs to take into consideration in the follow-up to the Digital Agenda for Europe (SMART 2013/0046)

Final study report explores how examples of open innovation can be used to direct information and communications technology (ICT) public policy, two innovation Challenges were run as part of the project. A thought-leader workshop was then held to discuss the outcomes and implications of the Challenges, and explore how crowdsourcing can be more widely used in public policy and the potential for up-scaling.

Second CoP plenary meeting

The CoP convened for the second time to build on first achievements and provide further impetus to the Community. A packed meeting room, prompted speakers and participants, fruitful discussions: this meeting led to pragmatic conclusions and ideas.

CoP inaugural meeting

This first meeting gathered interested stakeholders as well as experts supporting the vision and bringing a contribution to this endeavour. More than 100 people actively participated in this first meeting of the CoP, chaired by Robert Madelin, director general of DG CONNECT.