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Apply for the 2021 Procura+ Innovation procurement of the year award

Are you a public procurer in Europe who completed an innovation procurement that led to significant improvements of public goods, services, processes or infrastructure? Apply for the award by 30 April 2021. There is also a specific award category for outstanding innovation procurement in ICT. The award is part of the activities of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project Procure2Innovate that is setting up a European network of national competence centres around Europe.

Digital government: Co-creating innovative public services for citizens and businesses

From our individual wellbeing to our security, efficient and transparent public services have a direct impact on the quality of our lives. When used to their full potential, digital tools to support the modernisation of public administrations could further facilitate administrative processes, improve the quality of services through flexible and personalised interactions and increase public sector efficiency. This CORDIS Results Pack showcases 10 EU-funded projects that have pioneered innovative solutions and processes to fully launch Europe’s public services into the digital realm.

Overview of Horizon 2020 projects on “ICT-enabled Public Sector Innovation”

Reducing inequalities, social exclusion and discrimination in Europe are among top EU priorities. By exploring new forms of innovation, strengthening the evidence base and engaging citizens, research is a powerful tool to address these challenges. Horizon2020 funding programme supports projects working on new solutions in this area via its Societal Challenge 6 ‘Europe in a changing world: Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies’. The challenge is dedicated, among other topics, to innovating public sector in a context of unprecedented transformations and growing global interdependencies

European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities - Action Cluster Workshop Report

This workshop was held on 25 september 2019, alongside the Nordic Edge conference, in line with the strategy to bring EIP-SCC stakeholders together at a more recognised set of events occurring across Europe: notably, the Brussels General Assembly and Brno, Stavanger and Barcelona Smart City conferences. It was also held in the context of a number of important EC-supported dialogues held in Stavanger: the Mission workshop, Smart City Lighthouse learnings and new Programme welcome and the transition of the EIP-SCC Marketplace support contract to the new provider.

Future Government 2030+: Policy Implications and Recommendations

This report provides follow-up insights into the policy implications and offers a set of 57 recommendations, organised in nine policy areas. These stem from a process based on interviews with 20 stakeholders. The recommendations include a series of policy options and actions that could be implemented at different levels of governance systems.

Deploying cloud based services that meet the demands of large-scale scientific projects

In 2019, 10 public research organisations from 7 EU countries completed the EU funded Helix Nebula Science Cloud pre-commercial procurement (HNSciCloud) and kick-started the uptake of new cloud-based systems with big data storage and analysis tools needed by large scientific projects. The HNSciCloud consortium won the 2019 Procura+ Award ‘outstanding innovation procurement in ICT’. May 2020, an extended buyers group of 40 countries started buying the larger rollout across Europe of cloud research services based on the HNSciCloud results.

Call for Tenders: Impact Assessment Study on High Value Datasets

The European Commission is launching a call for tenders to carry out an Impact Assessment study on the list of high-value datasets to be made available by the Member States under the Open Data Directive (reference: SMART 2019/0025)

Practical guidance for businesses on how to process mixed datasets

Data has become the core of new digital technologies and most business processes. A huge amount of data is created, stored and processed every day. It is not always easy to know which rules that apply when processing personal and non-personal data in a ‘mixed dataset’. This occurs very often when businesses store and process various types of data in databases and IT systems. This guidance illustrates with practical examples the rules to follow in these situations, to ensure your business complies with European law.