The objective of the seminar is to share knowledge about European developments in the standardisation of electronic procurement and the experiences of public sector implementations.
The objective of the series of webinars is to provide an overview of the main EU initiatives aimed at standardising electronic public procurement, focusing on pre-award developments, how they are linked to each other, and the way they support EU legislative requirements.
e-SENS, jointly with other LSPs and the European Commission, will be presented in the Public Sector Parc (hall 7, stand 40), which showcases the vital role of IT systems in modernizing government a
The Work Package 3 (Sustainability and long-term governance) team is meeting in Tallin (Estonia) on 19-20 January 2015. The overall goal of the meeting is exchange of information and planning of work, which WP3 is going to carry out inf the future. A special stress will be put on:
In the course of implementing the eIDAS Regulation, the European Commission held a meeting with private sector representatives – private eID providers, banks and leading businesses.
The first e-SENS conference "Making e-Services a Reality in Europe" took place on 6-7 November 2014 in Public Research Centre Henri Tudor,  Luxembourg.
Moderner Staat is a renowned congress for IT, HR and Finances. 150 exhibitors are going to present their innovations and products sorted by the focal points E-Government/IT, HR, Finance, Consulting and Services.
The European Multi Stakeholder Platform on ICT Standardisation is an advisory expert group on all matters relating to European ICT standardisation.
From Sept. 22 to 25, 2014, World Smart Week explores the innovation and business opportunities of contactless/mobile, e-ID, M2M and digital security technologies.
Following the successful 2nd Industry Group meeting held on June 11th in London during EEMA’s Annual Conference, STORK 2.0 will held the 3rd Industry Group meeting which will take place on the 24th of September during the World eID Conference in Marseille, France.