Tarmo Kalvet and Marja Toots presented the TOOP research paper and the conference in Ireland.
Information from the home Business Registers will be made automatically available to the foreign public authorities in order to facilitate eGovernment service provision.
Recently, the article about Once-Only principle was published on Wikipedia.
TOOP project has received positive feedback from independent experts!
Next to the free movement of goods, services, capital and people, free movement of data is verified as the fifth freedom within the EU. It also includes the cross-border once-only principle.
It was the 8th time, when the representatives of public administration, IT and other interested parties met to discuss the future of Digital Single Market on the national level.
Company Data and Mandates will simplify the procedures for expansion to other EU markets.
On the 18th of January 2018, the 2nd Innovation Lab Symposium took place at the Danube University Krems.
The Licenses and Permissions pilot will demonstrate how the registration for cross border services can be done in an easier way.
TOOP first pilot is aimed at facilitating the participation in cross-border public procurement.