Report of ELISE Workshop at DigitALL conference

Report: Enabling the interoperability of digital government from a location perspective

Published on: 08/06/2021
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Proceedings of the ELISE workshop at the DigitALL Public Conference 20-22 April 2021

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The DigitALL Public Conference from 20-22 April 2021 marked the closure of the ISA² and associated Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programmes and paved the way for the Digital Europe Programme. During this three-day event, the attendees had the unique opportunity to hear and engage in discussions on Innovation and GovTech, Interoperability, Open Source, Smart Cities, Trust and Security, among others. The conference gathered more than 30 speakers in over 30 parallel sessions, attended by more than 1,500 participants.

Within the DigitALL Public Conference, ELISE organised the “ELISE enabling the interoperability of digital government from a location perspective” workshop on 22 April. In the workshop, speakers and panellists from the Commission and public administrations in the Member States, industry and international organisations showcased through user stories some examples of good practices developed through ELISE support.

 

During the workshop, speakers and panellists from the European Commission and public administrations in the Member States, industry and international organisations showcased through user stories examples of good practices developed through ELISE support.

ELISE enabling the interoperability of digital government from a location perspective” Workshop
Workshop: ELISE enabling the interoperability of digital government from a location perspective

This document available for download describes and highlights the key messages shared during the ELISE workshop.

The recording and slides of the workshop are available at this link.

 

How to cite this document: Pignatelli, F., Hernandez Quiros, L., Vrecar, S., Boguslawski, R., Pedroli, M. and Marcon, L., Enabling the interoperability of digital government from a location perspective, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-38182-2, doi:10.2760/822162, JRC125328.

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