A number of eGovernment services are already provided at national level. However, numerous barriers are still encountered when accessing public administration across borders, whether technological, legal, organisational or semantic. The real-life piloting phase aims to test digital communication with public administration in Europe. A wide spectrum of domains, such as e-Health, e-Justice, e-Procurement, Business Lifecycle and others, are in the focus of the e-SENS piloting exercise. The pilots demonstrate that cross-border public e-services are feasible, thanks to the deployment of interoperable technical components (building blocks). Apart from technical testing, the e-SENS pilots provide a unique opportunity for European businesses and citizens to reap the full benefits of the Digital Single Market.
e-Health pilots facilitate access to health services within the EU, improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of processes for health care providers, health professionals, patients and health insurance organisations.
e-Agriculture pilots aim to assist farmers in accessing all digitally available services across borders, thanks to a seamless authentication process based on notified national tools.