eGovernment per l’Agenda Digitale Europea


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  • Source: ECFIN calculation
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  • eGovernment meaning has changed dramatically over the last few years. It is no longer about offering information, it enters into a new area. Today eGovernment is about openness (e.g. open data) transparency, giving access to knowledge to services to enable the creation of new services by 3rd parties empowering citizens and business, enabling more participation of citizens in the democratic process, enabling citizens to decide from themselves the way services are delivered Making the internal market a reality also in the virtual word. Interoperability between MS, between regions, between silos must become a reality. The real world is far ahead of the virtual work. Efficiency, effectiveness to reduce costs, to reduce the carbon foot print, to reduce the administrative burden This new reality was reflected in the Malmö Ministerial declaration, which has provided the current strong political momentum. The eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015 translates these political priorities into concrete action
  • What “instrument does the Commission use to achieve the objectives above. 1st policy, with the launch of the action plan 2 nd research within the FP7 programme and the launch of research projects to develop the tools of the future to enable better governance 3 rd Deployment with the CIP PSP and the support for the deployment of services to achieve the objectives of the action plan and the DAE.
  • What is a Pilot A. In essence it is an action launched by a group of MS to develop and demonstrate a solution to a situation where lack of interoperability is creating barriers. It is NOT about changing MS services, but rather to find a solution for the connection of all the different solutions which co-exist across the MS . The issues are identified with MS and the relevant DG in the Commission. The outcome is a agreed specification and architecture and a plan for the future. This is a shared action, hence the funding from the Commission is limited to 50% of the total cost.
  • This is the list of the major pilots launched so far.
  • The Large Scale Pilots are developing technical solutions to challenges that when seen together makes up first set of building blocks for cross border eGovernment services on a European level. SPOCS will rely on and use the solution for cross border use of natural person eID developed by STORK. It will build on document transport concepts developed by PEPPOL and STORK. It will use the Company Dossier concept of PEPPOL to transmit company information to Points of Single Contact in other paesi. e-CODEX will in its turn build on and make necessary changes to deliverables from SPOCS and the other pilots to fulfil its objectives for easy and secure access to legal information and procedures in other EU Member States. Epsos Electronic patient record systems, with their initial focus on both patient summary/emergency data sets and medication record/ePrescribing solutions, are being driven forward by many European member states. All pilots are managed as one action. The important aspect is the reuse of the common functionalities.
  • Today the top priority is eID and eSignature as mentioned in the DAE. This will enable to increase the delivery of better services by public authorities. It will also increase trust. The plan is to have legal certainties by 2015, when cross border eID services will become a reality
  • This background slide shows the result from the public consultation on eID/eSignature which closed Mid April 2011
  • Summary of problems identified Problem 1a: High-speed internet is a key infra-structure for the 21st century, but Europe falls far short of the necessary investments, leaving potential for growth and societal benefits untapped. Problem 1b: There is little competitive pressure on incumbents to invest in modern broadband networks. Even where projects could be financially viable, alternative public and private investors (including local administrations and public utilities) are held back by high capital costs (interest rates) and the lack of long-term funding. Problem 1c: There is currently no adequate strategy to publicly support the rollout of broadband networks in areas where there is no business case. Current levels of European support are sub-critical and are hampered a lack of planning and absorption capacity at the regional level. Problem 2a: The private sector will not replace public investment in the digital services central elements (platforms, generic services etc) essential to ensure trans-European connectivity, access and interoperability. Problem 2b: Despite efforts on technical interoperability, on-line public services may stop at the border.
  • eGovernment per l’Agenda Digitale Europea

    1. 1. eGovernment per l’Agenda Digitale Europea Loris Di Pietrantonio Commissione Europea DG Information Society and Media ICT addressing societal challenges
    2. 2. Occupazione per settore nell’UE Source: European Commission L’occupazione è legata al settore dei servizi Agriculture, hunting and fishing Industry Construction Business activities and financial services Trade, transport and communication services Public administration, education, health, community and personal services Total economy branches million persons employed Creazione di posti di lavoro dal 1995 al 2010 - 10 - 5 0 5 10 15 20 25
    3. 3. Settori a supporto della crescita Crescita in valore aggiunto dei 10 settori trainanti nei servizi Situazione nel 2008 rispetto al 1995 (1995 = 100) These sectors contributed most to growth in services over the last 15 years Hotels and restaurants services Computer and related activities Post and telecommunications Public administration Community, social personal services Retail trade Financial intermediation Education Wholesale trade Other business activities Source: European Commission 100 105 110 115 120 Public administration
    4. 4. eGovernment: nuovi modelli di relazione tra amministrazioni, cittadini e imprese <ul><li>Le sfide principali per l’eGovernment </li></ul><ul><li>Apertura, trasparenza </li></ul><ul><li>Cittadini e imprese al centro del processo amministrativo </li></ul><ul><li>Realizzare il Mercato Unico Digitale </li></ul><ul><li>Settore pubblico sostenibile per il XXI secolo </li></ul><ul><li>Linee strategiche </li></ul><ul><li>Piano d’Azione eGovernment (dicembre 2010) </li></ul><ul><li>Agenda Digitale </li></ul>
    5. 5. <ul><li>Dichiarazione Ministeriale </li></ul><ul><li>eGovernment (Malmö, Novembre 2009) </li></ul><ul><li>Impegno politico Governi UE sull’eGovernment </li></ul><ul><li>eGovernment Industry Declaration </li></ul><ul><li>Dichiarazione Aperta dei Cittadini: transparenza, partecipazione, centralità </li></ul>4 PILASTRI Piano d’Azione eGovernment Centralità cittadini Mercato Unico Efficienza e Efficacia Condizioni preliminari
    6. 6. Piano d’Azione eGovernment Centralità cittadini Mercato Unico Efficienza e Efficacia Condizioni preliminari Servizi concepiti per il cittadino Produzione collaborativa / Co-Produzione Riutilizzo dell’informazione pubblica Trasparenza Coinvolgimento dei cittadini
    7. 7. Piano d’Azione eGovernment Centralità cittadini Mercato Unico Efficienza e Efficacia Condizioni preliminari Continuità di servizio Mobilità delle persone Servizi trans-frontalieri <ul><li>Investing in seamless cross-border </li></ul><ul><li>eGovernment services </li></ul><ul><li>Agreeing on a common list of </li></ul><ul><li>key cross-border public services </li></ul><ul><li>Making eGovernment services </li></ul><ul><li>fully interoperable </li></ul>
    8. 8. Piano d’Azione eGovernment Centralità cittadini Mercato Unico Efficienza e Efficacia Condizioni preliminari Processi organizzativi Riduzione barriere burocratiche PA sostenibile
    9. 9. Piano d’Azione eGovernment Centralità cittadini Mercato Unico Efficienza e Efficacia Condizioni preliminari Specifiche aperte e interoperabilità Elementi facilitanti eGovernment per l’innovazione
    10. 10. ICT for Government & Public Services EC Instruments Politiche Piano di Azione Conferenze Ministeriali Ricerca FP7 – ICT for Governance & Policy Modelling Innovazione ICT PSP eParticipation ePractice eTEN eGovernance – eGovernment - eParticipation Programmi: H2020 & CEF - 2014-2020
    11. 11. Azioni a supporto dell’eGovernmment: Progetti Pilota Condividere risorse tra Governi dei paesi UE per obiettivi comuni Processo diretto dagli Stati Membri Soluzioni aperte e comuni: interoperabilità trans-frontaliera tra PA, cittadini e imprese Specifiche tecniche comuni Obiettivo di scala e sostenibilità futura Finanziamento UE al 50%: interoperabilità
    12. 12. Status dei progetti pilota Appalti elettronici procurement Identità Elettronica Cartella clinica/ePrescrizione Servizi transfrontalieri eJustice Costo totale 30.8M€ 14 partners 8 paesi Costo totale 26M€ 32 partners 19 paesi Costo totale 23M€ 47 partners 23 paesi Costo totale 24M€ 33 partners 16 paesi Costo totale 14M€ 17 partners 14 paesi
    13. 13. Current status of the Large Scale Pilots e-Codex PEPPOL epSOS STORK SPOCS
    14. 14. Ogni impresa UE potrà comunicare elettronicamente con qualsiasi PA Contraente in procedura d’appalto
    16. 16. Large Scale Pilots –build on each other eDelivery eSafe Dossier eID eID Company ID eFirma Privacy Infrastruttura eDoc Containers eID legal entities Visible Digital Signatures Syndication, eDirectories
    17. 17. Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE): eID/eSignature <ul><li>DAE-Key Action 3: </li></ul><ul><li>Revisione Direttiva Firma Elettronica </li></ul><ul><li>DAE-Key Action 16 : </li></ul><ul><li>Mutuo Riconoscimento dell’eID </li></ul>
    18. 18. Consultazione Pubblica eID-firma elettronica
    19. 19. Connecting Europe Facility 2014-2020 <ul><li>Energia EUR 9,1 miliardi </li></ul><ul><li>Trasporti EUR 21,7 miliardi euro (+ EUR 10 miliardi) </li></ul><ul><li>ICT EUR 9,2 miliardi </li></ul><ul><li>Bilancio totale CEF: </li></ul><ul><li>EUR 50 miliardi </li></ul>
    20. 20. Perché le infrastrutture digitali? Case for EU investment 1. Current level of investment is not sufficient to ensure growth 2. No agreement on investment between incumbents and competitors, high cost of capital and high perceived risks 4. Core layers of digital services will not be financed by MS or private operators 5. Interoperability, standards and cross-border problems for digital services 3. No business case in rural and (in most) suburban areas Broadband networks Servizi Digitali
    21. 21. Servizi pubblici digitali <ul><ul><li>Connessioni di “Backbone” trans-Europee per le PA </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Servizi eGovernment transfrontalieri </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Accesso multi-lingue ai servizi PA </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Sicurezza e riservatezza dati </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Soluzioni per servizi “energia intelligente” </li></ul></ul>
    22. 22. Cosa ci aspettiamo per il futuro? <ul><li>Dinamismo locale per servizi pan-Europei digitali </li></ul><ul><li>Connessione dei servizi a livello europeo </li></ul><ul><li>Condivisione e replicazione di esperienze di successo </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Ci contiamo! </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>
    23. 23. <ul><li>Grazie </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Loris Di Pietrantonio </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Commissione Europea </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>DG Information Society and Media </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>ICT addressing societal challenges </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>