ISA² Mid-term Conference


Registration is now open for the ISA² Mid-Term Conference: Linking Public Administrations, Businesses and Citizens. The event organised by the European Commission's ISA² Programme will take place on 29 November 2018 in Brussels and will be opened by the EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel.

Addressed to professionals from public administrations in EU countries and EU institutions, as well as from the private sector, the conference will cover the current state of the implementation of the new European Interoperability Framework enshrined in the Tallinn Declaration on eGovernment as the roadmap for the digitalisation of public administrations. Interoperability solutions developed under the ISA2 Programme so far will be showcased in both a session and a large exhibition.

The final part of the conference will offer the opportunity to look at interoperability from a global perspective and to discuss the future of ISA² after 2020. According to the European Commission's proposal for the next Multiannual Financial Framework, the programme would be part of the first-ever Digital Europe Programme.

To pre-register, click here.* If you don't have an ECAS account, you can create one following these instructions.

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Registration and welcome coffee

Opening by Mariya Gabriel, EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society

Opening by Austrian Presidency

Progress of the ISA² Programme
Mário Campolargo, Deputy Director-General of DG Informatics, European Commission

Keynote speaker

Coffee break

ISA² achievements


Main barriers to interoperability

Coffee break

Interoperability as a global challenge

ISA² beyond 2020

Closing speech
Gertrud Ingestad, Director-General of DG Informatics, European Commission

Networking cocktail

Physical location
Brussels, Belgium
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