D3.5 Preliminary proposal for long-term sustainability within the CEF part 2

This deliverable is divided into three main parts: - the summary of the analysis of several national IT governance structures focusing on commonalities and differences, organisational aspects, their best practices and lessons learnt which influence the second part of this deliverable, - the proposal of organisational functions for a future governance structure, - the description of three possible scenarios for an organisational form (EC Programme, Agency, Non-profit organisation), in which the proposed organisational functions may be embedded.

Filesize: 3.5 MB | Publish date: 24.03.15

D3.6 Scenario for governance models on short, medium and long-term

This deliverable presents intentions and ideas regarding a scenario to reach self-sustained governance in the long-term. The scenario for long-term sustainability is based on a hybrid model and relevant principles; it focuses on finances, governance and operations and takes into account life-cycle management. The conclusion is that a hybrid approach is the most viable, taking into account the fact that both the BB and the domains depend upon each other and must co-exist in a hybrid scenario. The deliverable also presents a set of criteria, requirements, stakeholder needs and legal considerations that must be addressed to present a holistic governance model for sustaining the e-SENS components. An update of this deliverable will follow in M24 of e-SENS (March 2015)

Filesize: 1.7 MB | Publish date: 31.05.14

D3.6 Scenario for governance models on short, medium and long-term_part 2

This deliverable presents opinions of representatives in the CEF expert group on the necessity and preference for a European IT governance structure in the long-term (beyond 2020; after the expiration of the CEF) for building block DSIs like e-ID, e-Signatures, e-Delivery and e-Documents. Based on the results of the survey recommendations for the organisation of a future IT governance structure in Europe are presented.

Filesize: 1.27 MB | Publish date: 30.05.15

D3.7 Sustainability plans for e-SENS building blocks

Ongoing sustainability plans for maintaining the building blocks after the e-SENS project:

• Principally those developed in the e-SENS project - specifically those clustered in SATs e-Delivery, e-ID, e-Signature, e-Documents and Conformance and Interoperability Testing.
• The document briefly describes the current maturity status, the future owner responsible for the maintenance and sustainability actions to be taken by the owner to maintain the BB after the timespan of the e-SENS project.
• The target group for this document is the DGs of the EC that are active with setting up the CEF.
• As the CEF already stimulates a few DSIs that are closely related to some of the e-SENS SATs, this document especially looks at the current status of these DSIs, and makes statements on the way the
e-SENS BB’s are adopted in these DSIs and how this can be improved.

Filesize 2MB | Publish date: 24.04.16

D3.8 Overall Business Case

This deliverable on an integrated use case for the e-SENS BBs is a first step to understand and help design a coherent and integrated ecosystem of actors and assets for technical interoperability of administrative procedures across domains and borders in Europe. It collects the relevant qualitative information, quantitative approximations and other supportive material from related business cases.

Key findings:

  • Efficiencies to be gained from delivering existing cross-border public services using more approp riate technologies.
  • Existence of potential new attractive markets.
  • Key role of the ICT industry as a technical enabler and provider of integration services in all domains, to both public and private clients.

 

Filesize: 4 MB | Publish date: 28.05.15

D3.8 Overall Business Case v2

This deliverable on an integrated use case for the e-SENS BBs is a first step to understand and help design a coherent and integrated ecosystem of actors and assets for technical interoperability of administrative procedures across domains and borders in Europe. It collects the relevant qualitative information, quantitative approximations and other supportive material from related business cases. Key findings: - Efficiencies to be gained from delivering existing cross-border public services using more appropriate technologies. - Existence of potential new attractive markets. - Key role of the ICT industry as a technical enabler and provider of integration services in all domains, to both public and private clients.

Filesize: 3.4 MB | Publish date: 25.05.16

D3.9 Proposal for a governance body

D3.9 Proposal for a governance body

Publish date: 03/2016

D3_10 Proposal for legislative measures

D3.10 Proposal for legislative measures

Publish date: 03/2016

D3_11 Proposal for long-term sustainability within the CEF

D3.11 Proposal for long-term sustainability within the CEF

Publish date: 03/2016

D3_12 Final report

D3.12 Final report

Publish date: 03/2016

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