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The Commission will implement an ambitious eCommission Action Plan for 2011- 2015, including full electronic procurement, a public sector information strategy and a transparency policy.

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Have you implemented the eCommission Action Plan for 2011-2015? Yes A Communication entitled "Delivering user-centric digital services" was adopted in August 2012. The Communication focuses on the following strategic goals: User Centricity Effectiveness and efficiency Security and Privacy Simplification and Proportionality Transparency and accessibility Openness Reusability Convergence http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/informatics/ecomm/doc/communication_sefcovic_tothecom.pdf
Have you implemented the full electronic procurement? No DIGIT is developing under the ISA (Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations) programme a number of e-Procurement solutions for the European Commission, its Executive Agencies, and their Suppliers. Currently, the proposed solutions concern post-awarding e-Procurement (i.e. processes to be executed after the award of a market procedure and the signature of the resulting framework contracts): e-PRIOR Supplier Portal. http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/informatics/supplier_portal/index_en.htm Eventually, e-PRIOR (electronic Procurement, Invoicing and Ordering) will provide a complete end-to-end electronic procurement solution for the Commission, including pre-awarding
Have you implemented the public sector information strategy? Yes Within its Open Data Strategy presented in November 2011, the EC issued A Communication on Open Data: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/psi/docs/pdfs/opendata2012/open_data_communication/en.pdf and New Commission rules on re-use of the documents it holds: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2011:330:0039:0042:EN:PDF
Have you implemented the transparency policy? Yes Finalised actions — The register of European Citizens’ Initiatives and the Online Collection Tool for Statements of Support will allow citizens to participate in the EU decision-making process using this new e-democracy instrument. — The Open Data portal will publish Commission and inter-institutional datasets for reuse and will enable new forms of open governance, enhancing citizens' engagement and participation, and fostering cooperative relationships. — The Commission’s web presence, including the Europa website, will be reshaped around user-focused content; with better support for political communication and improved search, enhanced accessibility, access from mobile devices, and improved governance. The number of websites will be rationalised. Key ongoing actions are: — The new machine translation system will provide an automated translation service for use by European and national public administrations and will become a building block for new European public services.