Digital Innovation Network project partners invite you to international CEF Digital Building Blocks discussion seminar which takes place in Tallinn, 24 April 2019 10:00 – 16:00 at the Joint Ministry building in Suur-Ameerika 1 (room Tamm).
Seminar is for free and main language is English. First half of the day is focusing on presentations and second half is focusing more on participants input during the panel and workshop.
We kindly ask you to confirm your participation by the latest on 17 April 2019. If you have registered, but cannot participate, please contact Airi Reidi (email@example.com).
The seminar has two main objectives:
1) Call for action – What is CEF and CEF Digital BBs? What are the funding opportunities?
2) Describe the challenges on implementing the CEF BBs and find possible solutions – What are the legal and technical challenges related to implementation of CEF BB and how can they be solved? What should public (or private) sector do to promote the uptake of CEF BBs?
The CEF programme (Connecting Europe Facility) is launched by the European Commission (EC) to support development of a digital infrastructure in both public or private sector by ensuring interoperability between IT systems across borders. CEF Digital Building Blocks (BBs)
- eInvoicing and eDelivery
- eID and eSignature
- eTranslation and eArchiving
are based on interoperability agreements between EU member states and implemented through common technical solutions (e.g PEPPOL). EC is encouraging public and private sector in the member states to implement CEF BBs in the way they find it useful.
We are expecting participants from the Baltic States as well as from the Nordic countries. Discussion seminar is about both public and private interests and thus, we are expecting:
- policy makers;
- service providers (ERP providers, e-invoicing operators, banks, etc)
- development companies
- other interested parties
Seminar is organised by Aalborg University (Denmark) and Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication (Estonia) together with DIGINNO project partners.
Seminar is funded by DIGINNO project under Interreg BSR programme 2014-2020.