European launches E-SENS, for simple European electronic networked services

e SENS 150x150 European launches E SENS, for simple European electronic networked servicesThe single market in Europe has made quite some progress since its start in 1992. However several barriers to achieve true unity in public service delivery still exit. E-SENS will address these barriers in order to improve interoperability in Europe, as well as increase mobility and competitiveness. In particular E-SENS is expected to:

• develop a common infrastructure for interoperable public services;
• enable higher interoperability between public administrations all over Europe;
• provide the foundation for the platform of e-Government “core services”;
• support the creation of the European digital single market.


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