On 2 November 2017, the Federal Computing Centre of Austria is happy to invite to a TOOP event and discuss on the implementation of the once-only principle in Europe. The event will be held in Vienna, Austria. Save your seat and join our talks!
The European Commission launched the Once-Only Principle Project (TOOP) on 1st January 2017. This project is part of the EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and will contribute towards increasing the efficiency of the Digital Single Market.
The Once - Only Principle Project (TOOP) is an initiative of 50 organisations from the EU and Associated Countries to explore and demonstrate the once-only principle on a cross-border scale with the aim to reduce the administrative burden of businesses and public administrations.
On 6th October 2017, the Ministerial eGovernment Conference took place in Tallinn, Estonia. TOOP presence was marked with its own booth, presenting the project vision and showcasing the idea of the once-only principle by an interactive application.
On 6 October 2017, TOOP will be present at the Ministerial eGovernment Conference in Tallinn, Estonia.
The Conference is being held as part of the programme of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
On 26 September 2017, TOOP will be part of the ISA² ‘Access to Base Registries’ Webinar!
Stakeholder engagement is an integral part of the 'Access to Base Registries' (ABR) initiative. Being able to work hands on with Member States, both communicating our results and facilitating the implementation of reusable solutions within Member States, is at the very core of the ABR Action
The webinar aims to:
On 4 September 2017, a TOOP workshop is held at the IFIP EGOV-EPART 2017 Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia.
The Conference is organized on behalf of the IFIP Working Group 8.5 and hosted by the St. Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University) from 4-7 September 2017. It covers five topical tracks like e-Government; e-Participation; Open Government and Big Data; Policy Modeling and Policy Informatics; and Smart Governance, Smart Cities and Smart Regions.
TOOP has submitted its next deliverables to the European Commission that give an overview of legal landscape regulations and describe drivers and barriers for the implementation of the once-only principle (OOP) in Europe.
The Once-Only Principle Project (TOOP) has submitted two deliverables “D2.5 Overview of Legal Landscape Regulations” and “D2.7 Drivers and Barriers for the OOP” to the European Commission. Both deliverables are open for public use.
At the end of November 2017 (28th and 29th), the two once-only projects SCOOP4C and TOOP will present their intermediate results on the first SCOOP4C conference in Berlin. With regards to the pan-European implementation of the once-only principle (OOP), there will be panel discussions on cross border OOP cases as well as on common enablers and barriers that can be identified.
The EU Single Market refers to the European Union as one territory without any internal borders or other regulatory obstacles to the free movement of goods and services and has been defined by the fundamental Four Freedoms. Recently, the Estonian government introduced an important update: the fifth freedom, focused on the free movement of data.
TOOP has submitted its next deliverable to the European Commission to describe the first version of a generic federated architecture for the implementation of the once-only principle (OOP) in Europe.
The Once-Only Principle Project (TOOP) has submitted its next deliverable “D2.1 Generic Federated OOP Architecture” to the European Commission. This deliverable presents the first version of a generic federated OOP architecture, supporting interconnection and interoperability of national registries at the EU level.
TOOP is pleased to present its first deliverable to the European Commission that is also open for public access!
The Once-Only Principle Project has submitted its first deliverable “D2.6 Position Paper on Definition of OOP and Situation in Europe” to the European Commission. The objective of this position paper is to explain the “once-only” principle (OOP) as it is understood by the partners in the project and to summarise the motivation and ambition behind TOOP.