There are just two weeks left for our joint SCOOP4C and TOOP stakeholder workshop on the Once-Only Principle that will take place on Wednesday, 31 May 2017, in Tallinn (between 9:30 and 18:00 EEST). It will be part of the Tallinn e-Governance Conference 2017 organized by the e-Governance Academy.
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.
Semantic Interoperability Conference 2017 brings together inspirational talks and presentations on data and information management initiatives from European public administrations, EU institutions and agencies, as well as the private sector.
It is great chance to learn more about those iniviatives, to be inspired by the real-life implementations and to exchange experiences. TOOP project will participate in the conference.
SEMIC 2017 will take place on 14th June 2017 in Valetta.
Learn more at www.semic2017.eu
The worldwide biggest fair for information technology (CeBIT) will take place in Hanover from 20-24 March 2017.
The ”Once-Only” Principle Project (TOOP) will be presented at the e-SENS booth which will be part of the EU Village in Hall 8, Stand E01. The objective of TOOP, the benefits for public administration and business as well as its contribution to the Digital Single Market will be introduced to the fair’s visitors.
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 project will ensure that information is supplied to public administrations only once regardless of the company's country of origin therefore eliminating unnecessary burdens for European businesses who are asked to repeatedly present the same data and documents.