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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.

Indicator Status Evidence
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
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. 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: and New Commission rules on re-use of the documents it holds:
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.