On 5th June, TOOP workshop entitled the ‘Once-Only’ and Business Registers took place in Tallinn. The workshop gathered over 80 participants, mostly from business registers and EBRA community, who discussed the implementation of the ‘once-only’ principle (OOP) in the business registers area. During five world café sessions, attendees focused on benefits and barriers for the OOP implementation, opportunities for the principle-based services, the international dimension of the OOP and national best practices for introducing OOP in business registers area.
The main conclusion of the session was, that the OOP is the right direction for the development of the digital services in the EU, thanks to the major simplification of procedures both on a national and cross-border level.
The follow-up of the workshop was EBRA 2019 conference, that took place on 6th and 7th June, also in Tallinn. TOOP coordinator Robert Krimmer presented the scope of the project, mainly focusing on the business registers, but also highlighting its impact on the EU policy. Participants could learn more about the project not only during this presentation but also by approaching TOOP booth, available for both days, where project representatives were answering project related questions.
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