e-CODEX & e-SENS on ICT 2015

The ICT 2015 took place between the 20th-22nd of October in Lisbon (Portugal) at the Centro de Congressos de Lisboa. At the gathering of politicians, national and european decision-makers, researchers and entrepreneurs get the chance to debate the latest policies and initiatives of the European Commission on ICT.

e-CODEX participated in this exceptional event. Together with e-SENS, we showcased our recent achievements in the delivery of cross-border digital services.

The booth named Digital Public Services Across Borders presented the efforts in the area of European cross-border digital public services in various policy domains: e-Justice, Business Lifecycle, e-Health, and e-Procurement.

We hosted live demos and expert talks at our booth and a networking session provided information on how to re-use available components to deliver cross-border public services across multiple domains. It was also discussed what European standards and regulations need to be followed to ensure interoperability across borders.

Thanks to everyone visiting our booth for the fruitful discussions and new opportunities.

Here you have the chance to view sime presentations about the live demos:


e-CODEX extension and the new “stand alone connector”

Following the decision of the European Commission the duration of the e-CODEX project has been extended until the 31st of May, 2016.  The extension enables the e-CODEX project to continue its work on sustainability, the new pilots and new members and piloting partners. During the last General Assembly held in Prague the decision to onboard the new partners Croatia, Finland and Sweden was taken. Latvia is also expected to finalize the administrative procedures and join the ranks of e-CODEX by the end of June.

During the Newcomer Meeting held on the 6th of May in Tallinn the next steps were proposed and discussed.

The initial interest of the new member states is in the civil justice use cases (Croatia, Finland, Sweden), criminal justice use cases (Finland) as well as in the field of business registers interconnection (Croatia).

During the next three months e-CODEX will go live with several pilots and increase the number of digital cross border cases. Piloting use cases in EPO, Small Claims, MLA / FD 909 and the interconnection of business register will all be up and running by then!!

A new e-CODEX development “the stand alone connector” enables potential piloting partners an easy way of participation. The partner will then be able to receive secure message via the e-CODEX system without a form based backend system.

The remaining project time is nearing its end. The work on project sustainability is increasing and is under discussion in the e-CODEX Management Board as well as in the Council working party e-Law (e-Justice). It was recommended to the project to establish a permanent expert group.

The e-CODEX partners are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation to enable further cross-border judicial cases and to encourage a lot of users, stakeholders and IT companies to use the e-CODEX solutions!

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