SCOOP4C is planning events in Athens and Berlin while Estonia takes on the Council of the EU Presidency to push for a Digital Europe.
SCOOP4C organizes panel at DG.O 2017 in New York, USA and the third stakeholder workshop is taking place in Athens, Greece in September 2017.
SCOOP4C held its second stakeholder workshop in Tallinn, Estonia. Proposed new EU Single Digital Gateway will rely on once-only principle making it an important legal framework to support the once-only principle.
SCOOP4C is planning its second workshop in Tallinn, Estonia at the e-Governance Conference 2017. SCOOP4C will discuss the implementation of the once-only principle together with its sister project TOOP.
SCOOP4C held their first stakeholder workshop in Brussels, Belgium. During the workshop, the stakeholder community forum on scoop4c.eu was kicked-off and now offers the opportunity for stakeholders to engange with each other and discuss the implementation of the once-only principle.
The SCOOP4C project held a session at IRIS 2017 and is planning a stakeholder workshop in Brussels, Belgium.
In our first newsletter, we introduced the SCOOP4C project and presented our upcoming events and plans.
Flanders Information Agency, the IT service provider of the Flanders region in Belgium hosted the Trefdag Informatie Vlaanderen conference for the second time in a row on November 30th 2017 in Ghent. The conference offered informative presentations and workshops on e-Government, innovative IT-services as well as regional topics relevant to Flanders.
The conference on the once-only principle for citizens and businesses was a joint event of the two EU funded projects SCOOP4C and TOOP. Both projects investigate the implementation of the OOP in Europe on a cross-border level. While SCOOP4C is analysing how the OOP can be implemented in public services for citizens, TOOP will pilot OOP implementations for businesses. You can find all presentations and the agenda of the conference below.
This is the final agenda of the conference.