DE4A is a Member State-driven pilot, aligned with strategic eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and EIF Implementation Strategy and with full regulatory compliance (SDGR, GDPR, eIDAS, Services Directive…), establishing a culture of co-creation, transparency, accountability and trustworthiness. Its goal is facilitating migration towards European Digital Public Services co-delivered across borders, across sectors and with different participants, reinforcing trust in public institution, and unleashing multiple measurable positive impacts on efficiency gains and reduction of administrative burden and costs.

Starting from needs and capacities of Member States, DE4A’s scalable, holistic, flexible approach focuses on high-quality fully online procedures accessible through the SDG by building on an extended interoperability Toolbox and on state-of-the art.

It enables an open and comprehensive environment and platform for collaboration and innovation, leveraging common eGov baseline patterns for secure, privacy-preserving and trustworthy realisation of essential Once-Only and Relevant-Only principles, and with re-use of existing and new building blocks and Digital Service Infrastructures at national and EU-wide levels.

Innovative technologies like blockchain, machine learning, self-emerging ontologies and zero-knowledge proofs will be addressed for effective sharing of common services.

Pilots involving secure access to key administrative procedures of real life and business events, shall highlight aspects of the technical ecosystem available for the SDG implementation, prove their technical viability and gauge the performance and degree in which non-functional requirements can be accommodated. DE4A includes 27 partners and has a duration of three years, starting on January 1st 2020.

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Stockholm University – eGovlab, Sweden

eGovlab is an independent centre at Stockholm University and is located at the Department of Computer & System Sciences. eGovlab is a place where we are developing the future of inclusive governance – not just in theory but also in practice.

Skatteverket, Sweden

Skatteverket is accountable to the government, but operates as an autonomous public authority. This means that the government has no influence over the tax affairs of individuals or businesses. Skatteverket´s main functions are: Taxes, Population registration, and Estate inventories.

Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Public Administration

The Ministry of Public Administration is one of 14 ministries that constitute the Slovenian government and has around 550 employees. Its main task is to optimize and ensure resources needed by other ministries and the wider public sector in order to provide efficient and high quality public services to its citizens.

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Stockholm University – eGovlab, Sweden

eGovlab is an independent centre at Stockholm University and is located at the Department of Computer & System Sciences. eGovlab is a place where we are developing the future of inclusive governance – not just in theory but also in practice.

Skatteverket, Sweden

Skatteverket is accountable to the government, but operates as an autonomous public authority. This means that the government has no influence over the tax affairs of individuals or businesses. Skatteverket´s main functions are: Taxes, Population registration, and Estate inventories.

Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Public Administration

The Ministry of Public Administration is one of 14 ministries that constitute the Slovenian government and has around 550 employees. Its main task is to optimize and ensure resources needed by other ministries and the wider public sector in order to provide efficient and high quality public services to its citizens.

Annual Conference

EEMA Annual Conference

29Jun
2021
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