Project Deliverables

D 1.1: Vision of the once-only principle for citizens, including key enablers and major barriers

The objective of this document is to outline the vision of the once-only principle for citizens as well as a list of barriers and enablers of once-only implementations, which were deliberated and compiled by the project partners along regular virtual and physical meetings as well as in meetings and workshops with the steering board members and the SCOOP4C stakeholder community. The vision as well as the barriers and enablers complement the analysis of once-only cases elaborated in deliverable D 1.2 and further guide the subsequent work in SCOOP4C. 

Release Date: 03.08.2017

Language: EN

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D 1.2: State of play report of best practices

This report documents the results of the study of existing good practices of once-only implementations for citizens in Europe. Thereby, a distinction among once-only cases and once-only enablers is made. At the beginning of the document, definitions and methodical grounds are explained, followed by an overview of the 44 OOP cases and 21 OOP enablers studied. Then, the individual OOP cases are described along an agreed structure, providing a brief description of the case, listing the actors involved, and describing the main enablers supporting successful implementation of the OOP case or OOP enabler. A similar structure is used to describe the OOP enablers. Both chapters are grouped into areas of public service provisioning according to EuroVoc. The report concludes with insights into success factors, benefits and impact of the individual OOP cases and enablers as well as with final conclusions of the report.

Release Date: 10.08.2017

Language: EN

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D 2.1: Identification and mapping of stakeholders

This report documents the results of the identification and mapping of stakeholders in government-to-citizen and government-to-government interactions in once-only contexts. The report includes graphical representations of stakeholder maps and stakeholder involvement maps to outline main concerns and types of involvement in such interactions.

Release Date: 07.11.2017

Language: EN

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D 2.2: Strategic stakeholder engagement plan

This report sums up and puts forward a strategic stakeholder engagement plan as a useful instrument for governments, civil society organisations and policy makers to successfully engage stakeholders in applying the OOP.

Release Date: 30.04.2018

Language: EN

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D 3.1: Knowledge base (concept and database structure)

The Deliverable D 3.1 presents the SCOOP4C Knowledge Base and Community Forum, two features necessary for the project’s success that are by now fully available and embedded into the SCOOP4C website. The Knowledge Base offers a set of tools for collaboration and dissemination of project results, chief among which is the OOP database. In this database, the SCOOP4C project team with the support of stakeholders has collected structured information on OOP cases from different countries and domain areas. The Community Forum is directly embedded into the SCOOP4C website and developed based on the content management system Drupal 8. It allows easy exchange of information, upload of files, commenting, and following of topics of interest. Both solutions, the Knowledge Base and the Community Forum, serve not only as effective collaboration tools, but also provide a powerful means of community engagement.

Submitted to the Commission: 10.08.2017

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 3.2: Community management report year 1

The Deliverable 3.2 aims at reviewing the means for community management within the SCOOP4C project after one year of utilisation. This review is based on the mission, scope, and roles of the stakeholder community that were defined at the project’s outset. Moreover, the project team explains the tools of community management and reviews their suitability. Finally, SCOOP4C provides an overview of the activities, outputs and results of the community management efforts during the first project year. The community initialisation was achieved with an official community kick-off in March 2017, during a workshop in Brussels. For growing and sustaining the community, potential new members are continuously identified and approached, based on the principle “go where the stakeholders are”. This resulted in nearly 90 stakeholders being successfully engaged and joining the SCOOP4C community.

Submitted to the Commission: 07.11.2017

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 3.3: Community management report year 2, including sustainability plan

This report documents the community management acitivities developed in the community building plan. It reports on the organisation of the online and offline interactions of practitioners and researchers of the SCOOP4C community and includes the sustainability plan of the SCOOP4C community. Furthermore, it will include the activities and results of the knowledge transfer and knowledge sharing activities. 

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 4.1: Gap analysis report of challenges, needs and benefits of the OOP4C analysis

This report documents syntheses and consolidates the challenges, needs and benefits of the OOP4C, and prioritises them according to the OOP4C vision. It furthermore outlines the most promising characteristics and solutions to implement the OOP.

Release Date: coming soon

Language: EN

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D 4.2: Roadmap for future areas of actions and policy recommendations

This document reports the activities of the roadmap of future areas of actions suggested by SCOOP4C, as well as the extended version of policy recommendations.

Release Date: coming soon

Language: EN

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D 4.3: Policy brief and recommendations

This deliverable is a policy brief for strategic decision makers on recommendations for how to successfully implement the OOP4C through dedicated R&I as well as implementation activities.

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Language: EN

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D 5.1: Dissemination report year 1, including dissemination and communication plan

The dissemination report year 1 provides a report on dissemination activity of the project Stakeholder Community Once-Only Principle for Citizens (SCOOP4C) of the first year of the project runtime. It includes the external communication and dissemination plan and sums up the results of the initial and frequent communication and dissemination activities as well as the adjustments that have been made during the first project year to the dissemination and communication plan. SCOOP4C has established a number of online and offline communication tools, like the project website, a regular newsletter, a constant communication on SCOOP4C's social media channels and project brochures. The project has also been to a number of third-party events and organized three stakeholder workshops during the first year. To measure the performance key performance indicators (KPI) have been used to adapt the communication and dissemination strategy and to optimise the impact. The analysis of the KPI´s shows that the communication strategy has been effective in the first year of the project.

Submitted to the Commission: 07.11.2017

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 5.2: Dissemination report year 2

The dissemination report year 2 provides a report on dissemination activity of the project Stakeholder Community Once-Only Principle for Citizens (SCOOP4C) of the second year of the project runtime. It includes the external communication and dissemination plan and sums up the results of the communication and dissemination activities. 

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 5.3: Exploitation and sustainability plan for the SCOOP4C community

This report will outline the exploitation and sustainability plan for the SCOOP4C project. It documents how to utilise and exploit project's results and outcomes in a sustainable way. This will cover three major aspects - the knowledge base sustainability, the implementation of the roadmap of activities with policy recommendations, and the sustainability of the stakeholder community. 

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 6.1 Project progress report 1, including risk management and quality assurance

The regular progress report documents the activities and achievements within the project from a project management perspective every six months. The report also includes quality assurance and risk management activities.

Submitted to the Commission: 23.05.2017

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium 

D 6.2: Data management plan and report

This deliverable documents the data management plan and its execution along the project runtime. 

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 6.3: Project progress report 2, including risk management and quality assurance

The regular progress report documents the activities and achievements within the project from a project management perspective every six months. The report also includes quality assurance and risk management activities.

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 6.4: Project progress report 3, including risk management and quality assurance

The regular progress report documents the activities and achievements within the project from a project management perspective every six months. The report also includes quality assurance and risk management activities.

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 6.5: Final project progress report

This report documents the activities and achievements of the project in the final project management report. 

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D 6.6: Final Quality Assurance and Risk Management report

This report provides a final documentation of the quality assurance activities as well as the risk management activities, including the analysis and mitigation of potential risks. 

Language: EN

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

Presentations and Publications

'Transparent Citizen by Default?' Workshop in Brussels, Belgium on April 26th 2018

Protecting personal data of citizens is one of the most important factors in implementing the once-only principle. In this stakeholder workshop we discussed how secure data exchange and privacy and trust concerns can be addressed when implementing the the once-only principle.

 

Presentation of David Baele 

David Baele from the Chancellerie du Premier Ministre Belgium discussed once-only as means of administrative simplification in Belgium.

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Prof. Maria A. Wimmer

Maria A. Wimmer from the University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany) and SCOOP4C project coordinator introduced the once-only principle and the SCOOP4C project.  

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Alexandrs Cepilovs

Alexandrs Cepilovs from the Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) introduced the TOOP project.    

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Jesper Lund

Jesper Lund from the IT-Political Association of Denmark (member of EDRi) gave a presentation on privacy, data protection and trust concerns. 

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Hans Graux

Hans Graux from time.lex (Belgium) discussed the once-only principle under the light of the GDPR. 

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of the world café 

Prof. Maria A. Wimmer (SCOOP4C project coordinator) presented the world café agenda. 

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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Survey results

The interactive survey tool Menti guided the discussion of the 'Transparent Citizen by Default?' workshop. 

Release Date: 26.04.2018

Language: EN

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18th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research in New York, USA on June 7-9th 2017

Maria Wimmer and collegues from Europe, Australia and the USA have organised a panel on the once-only principle at the Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o). In their paper they discuss the once-only principle (OOP). It suggests that citizens and businesses should have the right to supply information only once to a public administration. It would then be the responsibility of public administration offices to take all necessary actions in order to internally share this data by respecting the relevant data protection rules. The overall aim is to reduce administrative burden. The aim of this paper is to show main enabler and barriers of the OOP.

Full publication details: Wimmer, M., Tambouris, E., Krimmer, R., Gil-Garcia, J. & Chatfield, A. (2017). Once only principle: Benefits, barriers & next steps. 18th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o'17) (pp. 602-603). United States: ACM Digital Library.

Language: EN

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Conference on the once-only principle for citizens and businesses in Berlin, Germany on November 28th 2017

The conference on the once-only principle for citizens and businesses was a joint event of the two EU funded projects SCOOP4C and TOOP. Both projects investigate the implementation of the OOP in Europe on a cross-border level. While SCOOP4C is analysing how the OOP can be implemented in public services for citizens, TOOP will pilot OOP implementations for businesses. You can find all presentations and the agenda of the conference below. 
 

Agenda

This is the final agenda of the conference.

Language: EN

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Fleur Breuillin presenting the Single Digital Gateway

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Maria Wimmer presenting the SCOOP4C project

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Robert Krimmer presenting the TOOP project

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Lelde Čukure presenting the EESSI project

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Hannes Astok presenting the exchange health data Estonia Finland

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Gilda de Marco presenting the exchange health data Italy Slovenia

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Mats Lindstedt presenting the EMREX project

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Lefteris Leotaridis presenting TOOP pilots for businesses

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Jan Blömacher and Sirko Hunnius presenting the German TOOP pilots

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Fifth SCOOP4C stakeholder workshop in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on February 27th 2018

SCOOP4C organised a workshop in Cluj-Napoca, Romania to discuss the implementation of the once-only principle in Romania with regional experts. 

 

Presentation of Michaela Führer 

Michaela Führer introduced the once-only principle, the SCOOP4C and the TOOP project.

Release Date: 27.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Tom Schlansky   

Tom Schlansky presented the once-only best practice case Birth Registration and Family Allowance (ALF).

Release Date: 27.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Stelian Brad   

Stelian Brad, President of the Cluj IT Cluster, discussed challenges and opportunities of the once-only principle.

Release Date: 27.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Daniel Homorodean    

Daniel Homorodean, CEO of Arxia focused on the paradigm changes and challenges.

Release Date: 27.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Șerban-Nicolae Meza

Șerban-Nicolae Meza, GDPR course coordinator from the Technical University Cluj-Napoca presented data protection policies and practices. 

Release Date: 27.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Nicolae Urs

Nicolae Urs, Associate Dean, FSPAC, Babeș-Bolyai University discussed Identity Management in Romanian Public Institutions.

Release Date: 27.02.2018

Language: EN

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First SCOOP4C stakeholder workshop in Brussels, Belgium on March 14th 2017

In our first stakeholder workshop, SCOOP4C gave the floor to practitioners who have presented their best-practice cases on the once-only principle (OOP) and SCOOP4C has also introduced the community forum, where practitioners can exchange their ideas of the OOP. You can find the presentations of our team below. You can find the presentations of our practitioners in our our community forum
 

Presentation of Maria Wimmer 

Maria Wimmer explains SCOOP4C and its objectives to build up a vivid community discussing the OOP for citizens.

Release Date: 14.03.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Sirko Hunnius 

Sirko Hunnius presents a data exchange build on X-Auslaender. It can be seen as an enabler for Once-Only in Germany.

Release Date: 14.03.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Vanessa Kroyer

Vanessa Kroyer presents the best-practice case of family allowance in Austria that is organised as a no-stop-shop. The process is automatically executed by the authorities using the information that parents have already provided.

Release Date: 14.03.2017

Language: EN

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Fourth SCOOP4C stakeholder workshop in Sofia, Bulgaria, on February 22nd 2018

This workshop was aimed at relevant stakeholders concerning data protection and privacy issues in the implementation of the once-only principle and what the once-only principle could look like in the education sector. 

 

Presentation of Maria Wimmer 

Maria Wimmer introduced the once-only principle and the SCOOP4C project.

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Ivan Georgiev   

Ivan Georgiev presented The Once-Only Principle Project (TOOP) and the involvement of the Bulgarian Maritime Administration in the project.

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Martin Zahariev

Martin Zahariev from the Law and Internet Foundation, Bulgaria introduced the basic concepts of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Dimitris Kosmidis 

Dimitris Kosmidis introduced the VisiOn project.

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Jan Joost Norder

Jan Joost Norder presented the two projects Studielink and the Diploma Register ´. They show how once-only could be implemented in the exchange of student data.

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Maria Wimmer 

Maria Wimmer presented a cross-border OOP scenario in the educational domain.

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Eleni Panopoulou 

Eleni Panopoulou introduced the once-only stakeholders and the stakeholder engagement plan.

Release Date: 22.02.2018

Language: EN

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Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion IRIS 2017 in Salzburg, Austria on February 23-25th 2017

SCOOP4C has organised a session at the Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion IRIS 2017, that has taken place from 23th to 25th February 2017 in Salzburg, Austria. You can find the presentations and our publication below.
 

Maria A. Wimmer and Boris Marinov (2017): SCOOP4C: Reducing administrative burden for citizens through Once-Only - Vision and Challenges.

In this article, Maria Wimmer and Boris Marinov present a vision of the OOP as well as key enablers and barriers of implementing the once-only principle for citizens.

Release Date: 23.02.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Maria Wimmer 

Maria Wimmer explains SCOOP4C and its objectives to build up a vivid community discussing the OOP for citizens.

Release Date: 23.02.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Vanessa Kroyer

Vanessa Kroyer presents the best-practice case of family allowance in Austria that is organised as a no-stop-shop. The process is automatically executed by the authorities using the information that parents have already provided.

Release Date: 23.02.2017

Language: DE

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Presentation of Michaela Fuehrer

Michaela Führer shows that German law restricts Once-Only as a cross-linking of registers, but there might be another way through the implementation of service accounts.

Release Date: 23.02.2017

Language: DE

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Roadmap for once-only in Spain: Workshop in Madrid, Spain on July 5th+6th 2018

We have organized a stakeholder workshop in Madrid, Spain on July 5th+6th about the future potential for the implementation of the once-only principle in Spain. It was held in cooperation with the Spanish Ministry of Finance and Public Function and the National Institute of Public Administration (INAP).

 

Presentation of Miguel A. Amutio Gomez

Miguel A. Amutio Gomez, Deputy Head of Unit of Coordination of ICT Units, Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Function presented the general approach of Spain  regarding the once-only principle.

Release Date: 09.07.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Prof. Maria A. Wimmer

Maria A. Wimmer from the University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany) and SCOOP4C project coordinator introduced the once-only principle and the SCOOP4C project.  

Release Date: 09.07.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Alexandrs Cepilovs

Alexandrs Cepilovs from the Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) introduced the TOOP project.    

Release Date: 09.07.2018

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During the second day, Mr. Cepilovs presented the TOOP achitecture and showed how Spain could participate in the TOOP project.

Release Date: 09.07.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of the world café 

Prof. Maria A. Wimmer presented the world café agenda. 

Release Date: 09.07.2018

Language: EN

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Presentation of Jose Antonio Eusamio Mazagatos

Jose Antonio Eusamio Mazagatos, Head of Unit: Planning & Technical Projects, Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Function presented the projects Spanisch Intermediation Platform and Citizen Folder.

Release Date: 09.07.2018

Language: EN

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Second SCOOP4C stakeholder workshop in Tallinn, Estonia on May 31st 2017

SCOOP4C organized a thematic workshop with a focus on how the once-only principle can reduce administrative burden. It was part of the eGovernance Conference in Tallinn that took place from 30-31st May 2017, organized by our partner e-Governance Academy. 

 

Presentation of Maria Wimmer 

Maria Wimmer explains SCOOP4C and its objectives to build up a vivid community discussing the OOP for citizens.

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Serge Novaretti  

Serge Novaretti from DG Connect held the first keynote speech. He presented the perspective of the European Union on once-only. He discussed the eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 as underlying vision and its principles for the Digital Public Services in EU´s future. 

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Uuno Vallner

Uuno Valler, e-Governance Academy, Estonia, explained the findings of SCOOP4C on the different OOP cases and its barriers and enablers on the political, legal, organisational, semantic and technical level. 

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Siim Sikkut

Siim Sikkut, Deputy Secretary General for Communications and State Information Systems, Estonia held a presentation on the Estonian model of OOP and presented the drafted goals of the Tallinn eGov Declaration planned during the Estonian presidency on the council of the European Union.

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Gustavo Giorgetti

Gustavo Giorgetti, Once-Only Project Leader for Neuquén Government, Argentina, showed how his region implemented the OOP in Argentina and explained his lessons learned. It is an interesting OOP case for federal states. 

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Robert Krimmer 

Robert Krimmer, project coordinator of TOOP, the other Horizon 2020 project dealing with the once-only Principle (OOP) gave a general introduction in the project. TOOP will build on architectures and systems that already exist in the participating countries.

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Tarmo Kalvet 

Tarmo Kalvet from the Tallinn University of Technology, held a presentation of drivers and barriers for OOP application for businesses. It showed that there are a lot of drivers and barriers that are the same for businesses and citizens. 

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Lefteris Leontaridis 

Lefteris Leontaridis from the TOOP project presented the project's overall approach on the three pilots. He showed how TOOP fits into the big picture of the national and international IT-architectures. 

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Jaak Tepandi  

Jaak Tepandi from Tallinn University of Technology gave an overview on the TOOP´s approach on the federated technical architecture for a cross-border OOP. He showed which different requirements from different sources or different artefacts are needed for the application of the OOP.

Release Date: 31.05.2017

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Presentation of Ronald Sallmann and Vanessa Kroyer   

Ronald Sallmann and Vanessa Kroyer from IT-Kommunal held a presentation about the Austrian Birth Registration Case. It is a One-Stop-Shop or even a No-Stop-Shop where parents receive family allowance automatically - just by identifying themselves at the hospital or a local authority. 

Release Date: 31.05.2017

Language: EN

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The Once-Only Principle for Europe Conference in Vienna, 24+25 Sep 2018

“The Once-Only Principle for Europe” Conference co-hosted by TOOP and SCOOP4C, took place on 24-25 September in Vienna, Austria. The event brought together nearly 150 participants from Europe and beyond - the key players in shaping modern digital governments. See the Agenda!

 

Presentations of DAY 1

Maria A. Wimmer & Ronald Sallmann: From national best practices to cross-border public services with OOP for citizens: A roadmap and policy recommendations from SCOOP4C.

Robert Krimmer: TOOP Project: Current Status and Outlook

Lefteris Leotaridis & David Mitzman: TOOP Pilots and Architecture 

Mónica Posada Sánchez: The APis4DGov study on digital Government APIs    

 

Presentations of DAY 2

Andrea Servida: Importance Of Once-Only For Policy

Hettel Varik: Single Digital Gateway & Once-Only

Lefteris Leotaridis: Cross-Border Implementation Of OOP In Europe Piloting Within TOOP 

Elsa Estevez: Implementation Of OOP In Latin America

Third SCOOP4C stakeholder workshop in Athens, Greece on September 19th 2017

This workshop was aimed at relevant stakeholders responsible to put in place the conditions for OOP and that need to collaborate in order to implement the OOP. Throughout the workshop we also presented the current developments on the subject through the TOOP and SCOOP4c initiatives.

 

Presentation of Maria Wimmer 

Maria Wimmer presented the goals of the SCOOP4C project and explained SCOOP4C's first research results.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Pavlína Fránkou  

Pavlína Fránkou explained the Greek interoperabilty center, that serves as an enabler for the once-only principle.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Giánnis Katopódis  

Giánnis Katopódis explained the once-only principle projects of the Greek Ministry of Education.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

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Presentation of Anastasía Papastylianoú 

Anastasía Papastylianoú showed the IMM Interoperability Assessment. She stated that everyone has to define first what a public service is.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Gerásimos Georgópoulos 

Gerásimos Georgópoulos explained the BRIS infrastructure in Greece. 

Release Date: 19.09.2017

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Presentation of Dimítris Kosmídis and Íllia Christantóni  

Dimítris Kosmídis and Íllia Christantóni showed the results of the VisiOn project. It is a privacy solution for citizens and public administrations.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Lukiá Ntemíri 

Lukiá Ntemíri presented the OOP infrastructure of the TOOP project.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

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Presentation of Efthimios Tambouris  

Efthimios Tambouris explained the barriers and enablers of the OOP for citizens - a result from the SCOOP4C project.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

Language: EN

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Presentation of Eleni Panopoulou   

Eleni Panopoulou presented the once-only stakeholder maps. In general, you can say, that everybody is affected by the once-only principle.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

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Presentation of Antonis Stasis   

Antonis Stasis presented the TOOP project and the three pilot areas of the once-only principle.

Release Date: 19.09.2017

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Trefdag Informatie Vlaanderen conference in Flanders, Belgium on Nov 30th 2017

Flanders Information Agency, the IT service provider of the Flanders region in Belgium hosted the Trefdag Informatie Vlaanderen conference for the second time in a row on November 30th 2017 in Ghent. The conference offered informative presentations and workshops on e-Government, innovative IT-services as well as regional topics relevant to Flanders. There was also an information fair where institutions, companies and public administrations could showcase their products and services.Boris Marinov from SCOOP4C gave an insightful talk on the once-only principle, the SCOOP4C project and raised the question: Is Flanders paving the way for Europe?

Presentation of Boris Marinov 

Boris Marinov (]init[ Digital Communication) gave an insightful talk on the once-only principle, the SCOOP4C project and raised the question: "Is Flanders paving the way for Europe?"

Release Date: 30.11.2017

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Project Brochures

Joint SCOOP4C TOOP Brochure on the once-only principle

The brochure shows the main goals of the two H2020 research project SCOOP4C and TOOP. Both are analysing the OOP at a cross-border level.

Release Date: 20.10.2017

Language: EN

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Project Brief

You want to receive a deeper inside in the expected results of our project? Download our project brief.

Release Date: 01.03.2017

Language: EN

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Project Leaflet

Our leaflet gives you a brief introduction to the Once-Only Principle and the SCOOP4C project.

Release Date: 15.02.2017

Language: EN

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Newsletter

Newsletter 01

In our first newsletter, we introduced the SCOOP4C project and presented our upcoming events and plans. 

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Newsletter 02

The SCOOP4C project held a session at IRIS 2017 and is planning a stakeholder workshop in Brussels, Belgium. 

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Newsletter 03

SCOOP4C held their first stakeholder workshop in Brussels, Belgium. During the workshop, the stakeholder community forum on scoop4c.eu was kicked-off and now offers the opportunity for stakeholders to engange with each other and discuss the implementation of the once-only principle. 

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Newsletter 04

SCOOP4C is planning its second workshop in Tallinn, Estonia at the e-Governance Conference 2017. SCOOP4C will discuss the implementation of the once-only principle together with its sister project TOOP. 

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Newsletter 05

SCOOP4C held its second stakeholder workshop in Tallinn, Estonia. Proposed new EU Single Digital Gateway will rely on once-only principle making it an important legal framework to support the once-only principle. 

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Newsletter 06

SCOOP4C organizes panel at DG.O 2017 in New York, USA and the third stakeholder workshop is taking place in Athens, Greece in September 2017. 

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Newsletter 07

SCOOP4C is planning events in Athens and Berlin while Estonia takes on the Council of the EU Presidency to push for a Digital Europe. 

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Newsletter 08

The first annual once-only conference will take place in Berlin on November 28th, 2017. The conference will jointly be hosted by SCOOP4C and TOOP. 

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Newsletter 09

SCOOP4C is looking for speakers at its conference in Berlin and EU digital ministers signed the Tallinn Declaration on eGovernment. 

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Newsletter 10

The once-only conference in Berlin paved the way for a deepened cooperation between SCOOP4C and TOOP. 

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Newsletter 11

SCOOP4C's research reports have been approved by the European Commission. We are also announcing two upcoming stakeholder workshops: one in Sofia, Bulgaria on February 22nd, and one in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on February 27th, 2018. 

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Newsletter 12

SCOOP4C held two successful stakeholder workshops in February: The first workshop was held in Sofia, Bulgaria discussing privacy and once-only in the education sector. The second workshop took place in Cluj-Napoca in Romania in cooperation with our stakeholders there: Arxia, the Cluj IT Cluster, the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca City Hall, and the Regional Development Agency North-West, Romania. 

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Newsletter 13

This past month SCOOP4C has been exploring the issues of data protection and privacy concerning the implementation of the once-only principle. In order to discuss these important topics with our stakeholder community and especially representatives of the civil society sector, we would like to invite you to our upcoming stakeholder workshop on April 26th 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. To find out what else has been going on relating to e-Government and once-only across Europe, read our newsletter below. 

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Newsletter 14

SCOOP4C has successfully held the privacy workshop 'Transparent Citizen by Default?' on April 26th 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. Read more about the event in our community forum and find all presentations on our website under 'Project Materials'. We would further like to ask you to save the date for the Once-Only Principle For Europe Conference on September 24th and 25th in Vienna, Austria which we will organise in cooperation with our partner project TOOP. 

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Newsletter 15

The new General Data Protection Regulation has come into effect almost one month ago. Read more about how this affects the implementation of the once-only principle across Europe in our Newsletter. 

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Newsletter 16

The SCOOP4C and TOOP project are organizing the second conference exclusively dedicated to the once-only principle. Please join us on September 24th +25th in Vienna, Austria. 

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Newsletter 17

On July 1st 2018, Austria took over the presidency of the Council of the European Union from Bulgaria. Austria is the final country of the trio partners Estonia-Bulgaria-Austria whose overall programme focused on job growth, European security, and digitalisation.

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