Links and Collaborations
This part of the website accommodates various links to Member States websites containing information regarding the e-CODEX project. Furthermore links to general community information, EU associated measures and EU information sources are also provided here. Below you can find links to the other Large Scale Pilots.
European e-Justice Portal
An Italian travelling in Germany needs a lawyer? A French entrepreneur wants to search the Hungarian land register? An Estonian judge has a question about the Spanish court system? It used to take weeks to get this information. Answers to these questions – in 22 European Union languages – are only a click away.
The e- CODEX project provided its technical solutions to the Advisory board of the iSupport project and the Hague Conference on private international law. The aim of iSupport is to facilitate cross-border recovery of maintenance obligations. Legal background is EU 2009 Maintenance Regulation and the 2007 Hague Maintenance Convention. The iSupport project is a “priority A” in the multi-annual European e-Justice Action Plan 2014-2018.
Europe's Digital Agenda
The Digital Agenda is Europe's strategy for a flourishing digital economy by 2020. It outlines policies and actions to maximise the benefit of the Digital Revolution for all.
Commission’s Communication ‘Towards interoperability for European public services’
This communication introduces the European Interoperability Strategy (EIS) and the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) for European public services, two key elements in the Digital Agenda. Together they promote interoperability among public administrations.
eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015
With its "eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015" the European Commission aims to support the provision of a new generation of eGovernment services for businesses and citizens.
Large Scale Pilots in the EU
A first impression of the EU initiatives STORK, PEPPOL, epSOS and SPOCS can be gained through these links. Their knowledge and support give input for the further development of e-CODEX and some of the projects receive input from e-CODEX.
e-SENS - Electronic Simple European Networked Services
e-SENS is a new large-scale project that embodies the idea of European Digital Market development through innovative ICT solutions. The project will consolidate, improve, and extend technical solutions to foster electronic interaction with public administrations across the EU.
Travelling, doing business or living abroad often involves administrative procedures. e-SENS will facilitate cross-border processes within the EU. The project will develop the digital infrastructure for improving the quality of public services in the EU. e-SENS will support the implementation of European policies, in particular the Digital Agenda for Europe.
STORK - Secure Identity Across Borders Linked
The aim of the STORK project is to establish a European eID Interoperability Platform that will allow citizens to establish new e-relations across borders just by presenting their national eID. Thus in the future, you should be able to start a company, get your tax refund or obtain your university papers without physical presence; all you will need to access these services is to enter your personal data using your national eID and the STORK platform will obtain the required guarantee (authentication) from your government.
PEPPOL - Pan-European Public Procurement Online
PEPPOL aims to implement common standards enabling EU-wide public eProcurement. Existing national systems of electronic public procurement will be linked so that all participants can enjoy the full benefits of a single European market.
epSOS - European Patients - Smart open Services
The overarching goal of epSOS is to develop a practical eHealth framework and an Information & Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure that will enable secure access to patient health information, particularly with respect to basic patient summaries and ePrescriptions between different European healthcare systems.
SPOCS - Simple Procedures Online for Cross-border Services
Simple Procedures Online for Cross-border Services (SPOCS) aims at improving the competitiveness of European businesses and particularly small and medium-sized Enterprises by enabling all businesses- national and European- to benefit from available, efficient and interoperable electronic procedures. SPOCS is expected to build the next generation "Points of Single Contact" for businesses across Europe.