Digitalisering

Här har vi listat utlysningar som rör digitalisering.

CEF Telekom - Deadline 14 november

Up to €48.2 million is foreseen from the 2019 CEF Telecom Work Programme for grants managed by INEA in the area of Generic Services.

The grants under CEF Telecom will help European public administrations and businesses to hook up to the core platforms of the digital services that are the object of the calls (see list below).

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ERUF - Insatsområde 4: Inkluderande tillväxt – Bredband DL 22 augusti 2019

Utlysningen har ett tydligt fokus på investeringsprioriteringen.

Projekt inom insatsområde 4 ska bidra till:

  • Investeringsprioritering 2a, att öka utbygganden av bredband och höghastighetsnät och stödja antagandet av ny teknik och nätverk för den digitala ekonomin.

Exempel på aktiviteter kan vara kopplade till kommunala digitaliseringsagendor och digitala strategier, processbeskrivningar för att utnyttja ny teknik samt kunskapsunderlag och kostnadsberäkningar som visar möjligheterna och sambandet med ökad digitalisering och utnyttjandet av bredband. Observera att projektet måste vara tydligt avgränsat mot ordinarie verksamhet. Ordinarie verksamhet är inte stödgrundande.

Som inspiration, läs gärna om nedanstående projekt som pågår i landet:

  • Projektet eSamverkanlänk till annan webbplats som syftar till att kommuner ska kunna öka tempot i utbyggnaden av e-tjänster och sprida tjänster och innovationer i nätverksform till andra kommuner.
  • Projektet Tillgänglighetsguide Besöksnäringenlänk till annan webbplats som tar fram och implementerat en digital tillgänglighetsguide med minst 200 aktörer inom besöksnäringen.

Det går inte att göra investeringar i fysisk infrastruktur inom Skåne – Blekingeprogrammet.

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H2020- Transformative impact of disruptive technologies in public services - Deadline 12 mars 2020

Research and Innovation action (2020):

The use of disruptive technologies (such as artificial intelligence and big data analytics, block chain, Internet of Things, virtual and augmented reality, simulations or gamification) in public administrations and in governance including citizens engagement, decision support systems and policy impact assessments is growing. Although the potential positive impact of such technologies is high, the ways in which they can disrupt the existing landscape of public services and legal procedures and can replace present solutions and processes are largely unknown. As a result, deploying these disruptive technologies in public administration requires experimentations and a thorough assessment of their potential impact, benefits and risks (e.g. excluding some parts of the population due to age / gender / disabilities / social inequality / lack of e-literacy…). This includes especially their ethical and legal consequences. Proposals should pilot the technology and should engage multidisciplinary partners including those from social sciences and humanities, stakeholders and users (both public servants and citizens if appropriate) to examine how emerging technologies can impact the public sector (including the impact on public servants and the relation between public services and citizens) and explore in a wide-ranging fashion the issues surrounding the use of these technologies in the public sector (incl. e.g. the impact on capital, labour and knowledge). One of such issues will be experimenting with Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) [1] to engage innovative industrial suppliers such as startups, Govtech and innovative SMEs to pilot the adoption and use of disruptive technologies to improve public services.

Proposals should also lead to the development of implementations and/or business plans that would ensure the long-term sustainability of the services offered based on the used technology.

The Commission considers that proposals requesting a contribution from the EU of between EUR 3 and 4 million would allow this specific challenge to be addressed appropriately. Nonetheless, this does not preclude submission and selection of proposals requesting other amounts.

Expected Impact:

The action will enable public authorities to develop pathways for the introduction of disruptive technologies while also addressing the societal challenges raised by such technologies. Based on a thorough understanding of users’ needs, the action will enhance knowledge on digital governance; develop new ways of providing public services, of ensuring public governance and of boosting public engagement with the help of disruptive technologies. It will also contribute to developing new practices, to optimising work processes and to integrating evidence-based decision-making processes in public services and in services such as health, education, culture, social welfare and mobility.

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