Please find below a series of European Commission events that may be of your interest to attend or speak to.

* Effective & Efficient eGovernment services, 15 September 2011

* Cross-Border Services, 11 October 2011

* Collaborative production of eGovernment Services, 27 October 2011

* Seamless Personalised Services, 24 November 2011

* User-centric Personalised services, 25 November 2011

* Transparency & Openness, 8 December 2011

Further details about each one of these events may be easily read though the above hyperlinks, where you may also register online. To submit your proposal, please fill in and send back the attached form. To attend one of these events, please register online. If not a current ePractice member, kindly create an ePractice account first. Subsequently, you may visit the event announcement of your choice and easily activate your registration by clicking on the yellow button the reads 'Participate in this event'.


Please, note that proposals that will shape the agenda of each one of these events are currently being evaluated. If interested to attend, you should follow-up with the submission of the title and paragraph of your intended presentation to Vassilia.Orfanou@eurodyn.com or Eleni.Galyfianaki@eurodyn.com by 29 August 2011. In the subject line or body of your message, please indicate the event that you are interested to attend or speak to.

 
European ePractice Journal

In addition to the European Commission events, we take this opportunity to inform you that the ePractice journal activities have two remaining calls for papers open: "Policy lessons from a decade of eGovernment, eInclusion and eHealth" and "Surviving in the Digital Identity World", which will be accepting papers until August 25th and September 25th respectively. 

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