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Dan Mount (Day 1, Plenary 1)

  1. 1. Policy EU 2020 Growth Strategy EconomicPriority Smart Growth Sustainable Growth Inclusive Growth Governance Resource Industrial European Multi-AnnualFlagship Digital Youth on Agenda for Innovation Union Efficient Policy for a Skills + Jobs Platform against Financial FrameworkInitiative Agenda the Move poverty Europe globalized era 2014-2020 A vibrant single digital Promoting excellence in Developing Low-carbon economy “Competitiveness Better functioning Fighting poverty Cohesion Pillar market education & skills development modern training roadmap 2050 proofing” of new labour markets to and exclusion and education legislation reduce social across the policy Interoperability and Delivering the European systems to exclusion spectrum Agriculture 2020 Energy standards Research Area deliver key Efficiency Plan “Fitness checks” of competencies More skilled Making EU funding Connecting Europe Focusing EU funding existing legislation to cut workforce capable deliver on social Trust and Security instruments on Innovation White paper on the costs for businesses of contributing and inclusion/cohesion Union priorities Promoting future of transport Financial Instruments adjusting to objectives attractiveness Supporting the creation Fast & ultra-fast technological Promoting the EIT as a model of of higher Energy Roadmap and growth of SMEs internet change An evidence based Health and Consumers innovation governance in education for 2050 Europe the knowledge Better job quality approach to social Research and Innovation economy Strategy to strengthen and working innovations and Customs Union and Taxation Roadmap for a more Enhancing access to finance for European standardisation conditions reforms resource efficient Enhancing digital innovative companies Europe Development of Justice and Home Affairs literacy, skills and Upgrading EU transport, Stronger policies to Promoting a inclusion Creating a single innovation transnational promote job partnership Reforms for the energy and market learning and creation and approach and the Education and Culture Common Agricultural communications ICT-enabled benefits for employment social economy Policy + Common infrastructure/services demand for labour EU society Promoting openness + mobility Fisheries Policy Anti-fraud capitalising on Europe’s Strategy on the Stepping up policy creative potential Reform of Cohesion sustainable supply and coordination A Framework for Research Innovation and Policy management of raw between member Spreading the benefits of Youth Competitiveness materials states innovation Employment Reforms for energy infrastructure and Improving sector specific External Relations Increasing social benefits Exploiting the Annual Roundtable trans-Europe innovation performance full potential of on Poverty and all EU funding transport networks Exclusion Improving framework Europe for Citizens Programme EU Innovation Partnerships programmes A new EU conditions and innovation biodiversity strategy support for energy Leveraging our policies EU 2020 externally for 2020 intensive industries Civil Protection Growth Strategy Reforming research and EU Space Policy Measures on European Statistical Programme Overview Map innovation systems commodity markets Annual report on EU and on raw materials industrial and Measuring Innovation Union progress competitiveness policy
  2. 2. Policy EU Digital Agenda Interoperability Fast & ulta- Research & Digital literacy skillsPillar Single Digital Market + Standards Trust & Security fast internet Innovation & inclusion ICT-enabled benefits for society International 1: simplifying pan-EU licensing for 21: propose 28: reinforced network 42: adopt an EU 50: generate 57: make digital literacy and 69: Assess if the ICT sector has complied with common energy and 97: promoteAction online works legislation on ICT & information security broadband more private competences a priority for emission measures an interoperability policy communication investment for the ESF 70: support partnerships between ICT sector and major emitting sectors international 2: Preserving orphan works and out of ICT research 29: combat cyber 58: develop tools to identify approach to print works 22: propose 43: funding for 71: assess smart grid contribution and define minimum functionalities to attacks against competences of ICT internet standard-setting high-speed 51: reinforce promote interoperability 3: Open up data resources for re-use information systems practitioners and users governance KEY: rules broadband coordination and 72: green paper on Solid State Lighting (SSL) 4: measures to stimulate a EU online 30: establish a EU pooling of 59: make digital literary a Digital 23: provide 44: European resources 73: Member States to agree common additional functionalities for smart content market cybercrime platform priority of the “New skills Agenda guidance on ICT Spectrum Policy meters 98: support the Programme for new jobs” Flagship Action 5: simplifying the distribution of standardisation 31: analyse the value of 52: propose Internet 74: Member States to include total lifetime costs for public lighting in creative content and public creating a EU cyber measures for 60: promote higher Governance public procurement Relevant procurement crime centre 45: Foster the “light and fast” participation of young Forum to Public 6: protecting IPR online access to EU 75: give Europeans secure access to medical health data deployment of women and women Libraries 24: adopt a EU 32 Strengthen the research funds in 7: migration to single EU payment & e- NGA networks returners in ICT 76: recommendation to define minimum common set of patient data interoperability national level fight ICT invoicing 61: develop an online Strategy & against cyber crime 77: foster EU-wide standards, interoperability testing and certification of e- 99: include Framework 46: Member 53: financially consumer education tool on Health international 8: revision of the e-Signature Directive 33: support EU-wide States to support joint ICT new media technologies trade 25: analyse the cyber security 78: reinforce the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme develop research conditions consequences preparedness 62: EU-wide indicators on 9: updating the e-Commerce Directive national infrastructures 79: sustainable model for managing the Europeana Digital Library including IPR of requesting 34: extension of broadband and innovation digital competencies and 10: Member States to implement laws significant security breach plans clusters media literacy 80: propose measures to support cultural and creative industries to support the digital single market market players notification provisions 63: Systematically evaluate 81: recommendation on promoting digitisation of European cinema 100: seek to licence 54: develop a 35: implementation of 47: Member accessibility in all revisions mandate to 11: Member States to transpose the information new generation 82: implement the Audiovisual Services Directive on cultural diversity Telecoms rules on States to of legislation update 1997 VAT Directive 26: Member privacy facilitate of web based 83: Council and Parliament Decision on mutual recognition of e-ID Information States to broadband applications and Technology 36: support reporting 64: ensure public sector 84: support seamless cross-border eGovernment services 12: Review the EU data protection rules implement EU investment services Agreement of illegal content websites are fully accessible Interoperability by 2015 85: review the Public access to Environmental Information Directive (ITA) 13: complementing the Consumer online and awareness 55: Member Framework 48: use 86: implement cross-border eEnvironment services Rights Directive campaigns on online States to double 65: Memorandum of safety for children structural 27: Member annual public Understanding on Digital 14: explore options for Alternative funds to 87: White Paper on interconnecting e-procurement capacity in the EU States to 37: foster self- spending on ICT Access for persons with Dispute Resolution finance the implement regulation in the use of research and disabilities 88: implement an ambitious eCommision 2011-2015 action plan roll-out of high 15: consult stakeholders on collective Malmo and online services development speed 66: Member States to 89: Member States to make eGovernment services fully interoperable redress Granada 38: Member states to networks promote long-term e-skills declarations 56: Member 90: Member States to ensure that Points of Single Contact function as fully 16: code of EU online rights establish pan-EU and digital literacy policies fledged eGovernment centres Computer Emergency 49: Member States to engage 17: stakeholder platform for EU online Response Teams States to in large-scale 67: Member States to 91: Member States to agree a common list of key cross-border public trust marks implement EU pilots financed implement provisions on services 39: Member States to Spectrum by the 18: harmonisation of numbering disability in Telecoms 92: apply the Intelligent Transport System Directive in support of carry out cyber attack Policy Competitiveness regimes Framework and AVMS interoperability and rapid standardisation simulations Programme and Innovation EU 2020 Programme 68: Member States to 93: adopt the Air Traffic Management Solutions for (SESAR) 19: Spectrum Policy Plan 40: Member States to Digital mainstream eLearning in implement harmful 94: propose a Directive for the management of e-Maritime services Agenda 20: Investigate the cost of non-Europe national policies content alert hotlines Overview in the telecoms market 95: propose a directive setting out technical specifications for telematic Map 41: Member States to applications for rail passenger services 101: Roaming policy set up national alert 96: Member States to fulfil obligations under European Rail Traffic platforms Management System (ERTMS)
  3. 3. What is Europe 2020 trying to achieve?• Tackling pan-European challenges• Delivering more for less – the importance of policy coordination• The importance of connecting inclusion to multiple objectives
  4. 4. A Modern Innovative European KnowledgeEconomy• The Digital Agenda – delivering a European Digital Single Market• A widening digital divide – the costs of unbalanced success• The need for services to be inclusive and accessible
  5. 5. Information literacy and digital skills• Information literacy and signposting• Non-formal and informal learning – recognising ICT skills• Transversal role of digital competencies – EU frameworks
  6. 6. Access and infrastructure• 120 million Europeans have never used the internet• Connecting Europe Facility• “Projects of Common Interest” – intervention where no business case exists
  7. 7. EU Structural Funds and e-inclusion• The Common Strategic Framework• Thematic Objectives• E-inclusion is not a luxury – it is a necessity