EVENT ORGANIZED AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
Maggioli Group has always fostered initiatives for the evolution of ICT and Knowledge base of Local Public Administrations.
The internet and digital technologies are transforming our world. But existing barriers online mean citizens miss out on goods and services, internet companies and start-ups have their horizons limited, and businesses and governments cannot fully benefit from digital tools.
It’s time to make the European Single Market fit for the digital age – tearing down regulatory walls and moving from 28 national markets to a single one. This could contribute €415 billion per year to our economy and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs.
The mission of Maggioli responds perfectly to the requests of a market in constant transformation and increasingly looking for reliable partners, to offer Italian and foreign public organizations services and products of excellence to promote innovations in technologies and processes.
Maggioli Group is organizing a very important event at the European Parliament (30th May 2017 / 12:00 – 13:00), titled: “Public Administration in the Digital Single Market”, co-hosted by MEP Elisabetta Gardini, MEP Therese Comodini Cachia and MEP Fulvio Martusciello.
The agenda provides (download the Invitation):
› Presentation by Paolo Maggioli – Maggioli Group CEO
› Ernesto Belisario, Lawyer in ICT law and administrative law
› Kirsi Ekroth-Manssila, Head of Unit, European Commission, DG for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs: “The role of public administrations in digitising European industry”
› Remarks by MEPs hosting the event
› Exchange of views
› Light lunch
Registration at: email@example.com
Secretariat and information: +32 2 229 19 28
Maggioli Group has actively participating in various INA-SAIA projects (Index of National Registries – Access System for Registers Exchange) involving about 2.000 municipalities and facilitating the transformation toward ANPR (National Population Register). Our products have strong interoperability with all Regional Identity Providers and we are engaged in experimenting with SPID (public system for digital identity), and in the future towards European eID (Stork).
We provide a full adherence to national projects for document management (DocER, CRIPAL). We are helping some cities in the design that will lead them to turn from urban cities to metropolitan cities. In this step, the Municipality has to make its administrative procedures interoperable with other players managing Utilities such as: Transport, Energy, Water, etc.
The resulting experience could be scaled to a national and international context, by proposing these projects as part of the European research and innovation programmes.