The Greek Case ERMIS -
"Interoperability Standards and Infrastructures for Service
Transformation" was among the 3 Nominees for the 1st Prize in the
category of administrative efficiency and effectiveness.
In the ceremony held on 19th November 2009, in the Finals of this
year European eGovernment Awards, in Malmoe Sweden, 3 cases made it
to the final round in category 3, among 27 finalists and more than
180 submitted cases from all over Europe. And the nominees
- The Portuguese Case (Licenses an Permits through ATM Networks) -
Winner of the 1st Prize
- The Greek Case (Interoperability and Service
- The Austrian Case (Electronic Procurement Systems)
The Greek case was presented by members of the Ministry of
Interior, Decentralisation and Electronic Governance, the Greek
Interoperability Centre / National Technical University of Athens
and Unisystems SA.
The selection was made by a jury
of independent experts coming from all over Europe and presenting a
variety of backgrounds, to ensure the broadest possible coverage in
terms of specific knowledge. Key selection criteria to assess the
projects were: the level of innovation; the impact and relevance in
relation to the objectives of the Awards (increasing mobility and
improving access to public services for businesses and citizens in
the EU, making public services and administrative processes simpler
and more efficient); the potential for good-practice sharing; the
management and communication approach outlined.
Next eGovernment Awards Organisation
is bound to take place in Poland, in 2011.