- Heading for Digital Single Market, Carsten Schmidt
- The need for a true European Interoperable Architecture, Klaus V. Pedersen
- Putting digital solutions in place: e-SENS real life testing, Lefteris Leontaridis
- Thinking ahead: plans for e-SENS sustainability, Katrin Weigend
- The demand for cross-border services for citizens and businesses, Sven Henrik Häseker
- Europe's benefit from e-Government: MS perspective, Giulio Borsari
- Business opportunities for the IT industry with LSPs: IT perspective, A. Pelliccia, N.Pagh-Rasmussen (IBM)
- Session 1: ISA - The baseline for e-SENS interoperability Architecture, Raul Mario Abril Jimenez
- Sessioin 1: eID, eSignature
- Session 1: eDocuments
- Session 2: CEF - Digital Service Infrastructure, Joao Rodrigues-Frade
- Session 2: eIDAS - Electronic Identification and Trust Services, Gabor Bartha
- Session 2: Sustainability
Event topics and agenda
The event covered a number of topics, providing answers to the following questions:
- Where are we on the road to building seamless e-Government in Europe?
- How do Large Scale Pilots contribute to the platform of “core services” for the e-Government cross-border digital infrastructure foreseen by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)?
- How will governments benefit from interoperable ICT Architecture?
- How will the pilots demonstrate the reusability of e-SENS solutions?
- How to ensure long-term sustainability?
- What is the role of the ICT industries in building e-SENS solutions?
- What are the business opportunities for the ICT industries?
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The event was organized within the context of the Large Scale Pilot (LSP) projects initiated by the European Commission. LSPs have been run under the ICT Policy Support Programme in five main areas: e-ID, e-Procurement, e-Health, e-Justice, and business life-cycle. They aim to develop practical solutions to improve cross-border public services across Europe. Effective communication between public administration, citizens and businesses is crucial for building the Digital Single Market. The e-SENS project is expected to consolidate the results of previous initiatives and to provide a set of solutions that can easily be reused in key areas of public administration. The essence of the project is to consolidate and solidify the work done by the different large scale pilot projects previously launched, to industrialize the solutions and to extend their potential to new domains.