|Projects||Country||Organisation||Award year||Level of government||Sector||Type of activity||Short english description|
|Children-based Ecological Living Perspective||Turkey||Kadıköy Municipality||2019||Local level||Environment, climate change, agriculture (incl. food safety) and fishery||As one of the central districts of İstanbul, Kadıköy is under the pressure of high urban density with a population over 450 thousand located on 25 km2 land, whereas per capita green area is about 3.15m2. Due to the current intense urban transformation, green areas have exposed to sharp decreases causing loose ties between people and environment. In order to struggle with environmental pollution, global climate change, destruction of natural habitats and deterioration of ecological balance, it is essential to generate environmental consciousness, to strengthen ties with soil and to create natural environments for children at early ages.|
|Place-based anti-speculation housing policies||Spain||Municipal Institute of Housing and Renovation||2019||Local level||other||Barcelona City Council has launched the Right to Housing Plan 2016-2025, which includes specific measures to curb speculative practices in the private housing market and guarantee the right to housing, especially in the neighbourhoods most affected by gentrification.|
|Innovation in Public Procurement Procedures||Netherlands||Zorginstituut Nederland (National Health Institute of the Netherlands)||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||This project of Zorginstituut Nederland involves a successful experimentation with the deployment of a hackathon in carrying public tendering procedures. Hackathons are events at which professionals with various types of expertise are gathered together to solve problems innovatively and creatively, in a short, fixed period (often 24 hours). Choosing a hackathon as innovative form of procurement encourages market forces, brings disciplines together to arrive at creative and innovative solutions and thus ensures that both the process and the assignment are more in line with developments in the field. This caters to the need to modernise purchasing procedures, decrease administrative cost and does justice to existing regulations and guidelines on purchasing procedures from the perspectives of both bidders and contracting authority.|
|Área da Transparência (en: Transparency Area)||Portugal||Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde, E.P.E.||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||The Portuguese NHS (in portuguese Serviço Nacional de Saúde – SNS) provides individuals and organisations with a open data platform, the Área da Transparência. Accessible via https://transparencia.sns.gov.pt this platform that can be used and shared by anyone, for any purpose SPMS, EPE, our Organization that provides services and tools for the Portuguese NHS as well as for the Institutions under the Ministry of Health’s administration, we process this data publicly available to improve transparency in healthcare.|
|State ownership policy review in Latvia||Latvia||Cross-sectoral Coordination Centre of the Republic of Latvia||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||The aim of the analysis and recommendations under this project was to suggest an approach to group the SOEs with an aim to calibrate the policy regarding target setting, reporting, monitoring and dividends in SOEs and hence reach a more optimal balance between the desired policy results and resources needed to achieve and sustain them.|
|On the road to full employment in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County||Hungary||Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County Govenment Hungary||2019||Regional level||Employment, labour related affairs and gender equality||The Government of Hungary has set itself the goal of supporting human resource development, employment promotion and social cooperation. The Government intends to achieve this goal with the county governments, the municipalities of the county-owned cities, government agencies, and the local and other county actors involved in employment development within the Operational Program for Regional and Urban Development.|
|Immigrants straight to work||Norway||Fjell municipality||2019||Local level||Employment, labour related affairs and gender equality||As a consequence of the major influx of immigrants in 2015, Norway's municipalities were encouraged to implement extra efforts to welcome and settle those who were granted residence. Fjell municipality had previously settled 20 immigrants per year and accepted the challenge. In total, the municipality has welcomed and settled around 280 immigrants over the past few years. This has required reinforcements and improvements to the municipality's service organisation, in addition to improved competencies and cooperative culture throughout the organisation.|
|ETORKIZUNA ERAIKIZ: Open and collaborative governance to build an own future bringing people together with the public institutions||Spain||PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF GIPUZKOA||2019||Local level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||In 2015, the Provincial Council of Gizpuzkoa (PCG) conducted a survey that highlighted the need to change the relationship between institutions and society and the concern for the future. The PCG’s response is ETORKIZUNA ERAIKIZ, an open and collaborative governance model to build an own future bringing people together with the public institutions. Aimed at promoting reflection and experimentation in the medium and long term in a shared and cooperative way, a large-scale exercise in social innovation involving as many agents and citizens as possible.|
|Medical Country of Origin Information (MedCOI4)||Netherlands||Immigration and Naturalization Service||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||Project MedCOI (Medical Country of Origin Information) enables EU+ member states to quickly access reliable and up to date medical COI of the countries/regions that applicants originate from.
The MedCOI project is established in order to improve the access to Medical Country of Origin Information (COI) for national migration and asylum authorities in Europe. Cooperation in order to improve the collection of medical COI and share competences, knowledge and information is the focus of the project.|
|Programa de Gestió Alimentaria (Food Management Program)||Spain||Department of Social Welfare - Reus Town Hall||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||The “Programa de Gestió Alimentaria” (Food Management Program) is a circular economy scheme that sprang out of a time of economic crisis in 2012 and has made Reus a leader in managing and combating food waste, with a highly positive impact in the social, economic and environmental spheres.
The aim of this scheme is to recover food that is still fit for human consumption but is out of the retail circuit and ends up as waste, so reducing waste, creating jobs for people with disabilities and providing food for vulnerable people.|
|Governance-Risk-Compliance Management IT Tool||Austria||Federal Ministry of Finance Austria||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||The Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance committed itself to an integrated Governance-Risk-Compliance Management, which unites risk- and compliance-management processes and coordinates with relevant other organisational areas such as the internal audit or quality management. This approach is unique for a public sector organisation across Europe as mainly only fragmented or siloed risk-management approaches are in place. To professionalise and standardise the process within the Ministry a GRC IT tool was developed.|
|GovLabLatvia - Public Sector Innovation Labs||Latvia||The State Chancellery of Latvia||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||By the end of 2018 The State Chancellery of Latvia with the support of the European Commission's Structural Reform Support Programme (SRSP) kicked-off a project, which was given a name ExCeL! (Excellent for Centenary of Latvia!). The goal of the project was to set up 3 action orientated inter-disciplinary labs (which were later given a name - #GovLabLatvia) to target and roll out interventions in the public sector in areas of administrative simplification, strategic HR management, and public administration reputation and branding.|
|A smart Labour Inspectorate for the future - Luxembourg||Luxembourg||Labour Inspectorate Luxembourg||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||The lack of training, wrong recruitment politic and methods, underdeveloped IT-tools and many retirements inducing a huge loss of know-know has brought the administration to its limits and a restructuration project has become inevitable.|
|FSW - Day Care Centre PLUS (day care for senior citizens on weekends and public holidays))||Austria||FSW-Wiener Pflege- und Betreuungsdienste GmbH||2019||Local level||Public health and social welfare/affairs||A subsidiary of the Vienna Social Fund called ‘FSW - Wiener Pflege- und Betreuungsdienste GmbH’ is situated in Vienna too and offers care for elder people (mobile care and ten day care centres for seniors), mobile palliative care, continence consulting and social work.
The official care strategy of the city of Vienna focuses on prevention and support of an independent life at home (as long as possible).|
|Initiating digitalization at viadonau – Rethinking business processes in a digital context||Austria||Via donau - Österreichische Wasserstraßen-Gesellschaft mbH||2019||Local level||Transport and infrastructure|
|MySecu||Luxembourg||Administration d'évaluation et de contrôle de l'assurance dépendance||2019||National level||other||The MySecu platform now enables two-way electronic exchange between AEC and the providers and represents the new standard for communication to an external provider. The platform allows long-term care insurance providers to reassess safely the needs of dependent person.|
|Process Optimization Program (POP)||Spain||Spanish Ministry of Justice||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||In September 2016 was launched the Process Optimization Program(POP) to undertake an initiative that would allow to transform in more effective and efficient processes that supports for all the technical and technological resources that sustain the entire operational reality of the Administration of Justice, and to define and implement a Government model that tackles the challenges of the continuous transformation and improvement of Digital Justice.
From the conception, POP was created to be developed under best practice, based on internationally renowned methodological frameworks, ITIL®, CobIT®, PMBoK® y TOGAF®.|
|Citizen Vocabularies Public Administration and Public Health||Netherlands||ESociety Institute||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||Citizen participation and structural involvement of the participatory society in public administration and public health becomes more extensive in The Netherlands as digital developments are vastly implemented. The difference in language and definitions from the system-world of professionals and the life-world of citizens feed a mutual incomprehensibility and non-compatibility. The aim of these extensive R&D projects is to contribute bridging the gap between two 'languages' by introducing the concept of a citizen vocabulary in combination with semantic web technologies and Linked Open Data (LOD) challenging.|
|A model for innovation development between public agencies||Norway||Stavanger kommune||2019||Local level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||The cities of Stavanger, Bergen, Fjell and Ålesund entered into a collaboration agreement for the service “Active Municipality” (Aktiv kommune) during the fall of 2018. Active Municipality is a service delivered through a digital platform available to residents, teams and volunteer organizations for the loan and lease of municipality facilities and equipment such as sports halls, meeting spaces, indoor/outdoor facilities (football pitches, tennis courts etc.) and equipment.|
|The Network of Towns and Villages towards Sustainabilty: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts||Spain||Diputació de Barcelona||2019||Local level||Environment, climate change, agriculture (incl. food safety) and fishery||All Governance levels are part of the Network which has become a model of multilevel environmental governance in specific policies such as the Covenant of Mayors and the fight against climate change, environmental awareness, communication and education, waste prevention, etc.…and that has resulted in a better coordination between different Authorities, optimization of resources and guaranteeing that citizens from small villages benefit from sustainable policies and actions the same way as those who live in towns or cities.|
|City of Sharing- a strategy for social vulnerability and exclusion||Denmark||Fredericia Kommune, Velfærdsinnovation og Sundhed||2019||Local level||other||Sometimes life takes unexpected turns, and everyone can at some point in life experience being in a vulnerable position. There must be room for everyone in Fredericia, and there must be an opportunity for everyone to live a good and safe life. Therefore, in the spring of 2018, local politicians in Fredericia, Denmark, and the local Council for Social Exclusion took the initiative to develop a new strategy in the area of social vulnerability and exclusion, which aims to prevent and reduce vulnerability in Fredericia. Frederica’s citizens, businesses, volunteers, organizations, associations, public administration and politicians got together and created the strategy ‘City of Sharing - a strategy for social vulnerability and exclusion’ together.|
|Training for civil servants in the Public Administration of the Health Sector in Latvia (No. SRSS/S2017/21)||Latvia||Ministry of Health of the Republic of Latvia||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||Latvia has requested support from the European Commission under Regulation (EU) 2017/825 on the establishment of the Structural Reform Support Programme ("SRSP Regulation"). The request has been analysed by the Commission in accordance with the criteria and principles referred to in Article 7(2) of the SRSP Regulation, following which the European Commission has agreed to provide technical support to the Latvian Ministry of Health for launching a training programme for the Ministry of Health and its subordinate entities so as to improve their capacity to design and implement health policies.|
|Improvement of Public Service Delivery for rural area population - Mobile Units||Albania||Agency for the Delivery of Integrated Services In Albania||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||The project “Mobile Units” aims to improve public service delivery and offer accessibility to services for rural area population, by means of a mobile unit provided with all necessary means for the application for different services. The latter has been designed as a response to the improvement and modernization of public services in the Republic of Albania, according to the Public Administration Reform imitated from the Albanian Government since 2014.|
|Project Hub//Projektschmiede||Austria||Amt der Vorarlberger Landesregierung, Office for future related issues||2019||Regional level||other||The Projektschmiede is essentially a space for people with good ideas. Good ideas for socially relevant questions that make a contribution to the common good.|
|En halv miljon idéer||Sweden||Nässjö Municipality||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||Since 2016 Nässjö municipality has worked with rural development through the participatory budgeting project "En halv miljon idéer" (roughly translates to "Half a million ideas"). Through the project the eight smaller administrative areas in the municipality, based around smaller towns on the countryside, have half a million Swedish crowns each (approximately 50 000 EUR) to allocate for physical investments in the areas. What the money is used for is up for the citizens to decide through submitting ideas and voting the ideas they think are the best for the area.|
|Aragon Open Government Plan||Spain||Gobierno de Aragón||2019||Regional level||cross-sectoral||The Goverment of Aragon is committed with transparency as driving force for closing the existing gap between citizens and public administrations, one of the main challenges that European society is facing in the present.
Since 2015, the Government of the Autonomous Community of Aragon in Spain has set up an Open Government Plan that includes actions, tools and policies with a basic idea in mind: to allow any citizen to know in detail what the Government is doing as part of a capacity building programme.|
|Interconnection of Insolvency Registers -CY (IIR-CY)||Cyprus||Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry- Insolvency Service, Bankruptcy and Liquidation Section,||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||The Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Cyprus (Insolvency Service and Bankruptcies and Liquidations Section) has initiated actions concerning the implementation of the ‘Interconnection of Insolvency Registers (IIR)’ project by formulating a Consortium between public and private entities and successfully submitting a Proposal to CEF 2017 e-Justice TELECOM CALLS. The Action develops a Webservice that allows the Interconnection of the National Insolvency Registry of Cyprus with the European e-Justice Portal, in accordance with the defined interface specification of agreed web services for Interconnection of Insolvency Registers (IRI) relating to EU Regulation 2015/848.|
|Kremsmuenster.online||Austria||Marktgemeinde Kremsmuenster||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||With the establishment of the platform Kremsmuenster.online, the market community of Kremsmuenster has made the local economy visible on the internet. Thus, all companies are presented in a contemporary way and all the products can be viewed and pre-booked. Kremsmuenster.online presents the industry mix clearly and compactly, which is reflected in the cooperation of companies from the retail trade, gastronomy, local agricultural suppliers and culture and tourism.|
|Accessibility Plus Programme (Polish: Program Dostępność Plus)||Poland||Ministry of Investment and Economic Development||2019||National level||Public health and social welfare/affairs||In order to improve the living standard of all citizens and ensure their independence in everyday life, the Polish Government has undertaken implementation of the Accessibility Plus Programme (Polish: Dostępność Plus ), both comprehensive and unique on the European scale. Its main aim is to improve accessibility of public space, products and services, having in mind people with special needs. Such people include first of all the elderly and people with various kinds of disabilities, but also pregnant women, parents with young children, and even persons travelling with big luggage.|
|RSC campaign - Female´sInvestigativeHeart - CRTVG (Spain)||Spain||Corporación Radio e Televisión de Galicia||2019||Regional level||Information society, technology, media and audiovisual||Female´sInvestigativeHeart / #CorazonDeInvestigadora was the Corporation's fourth CSR campaign in 2018. The other three campaigns of the year were focused on Digital Education (February), Sustainability and Road Safety (April); and Galician Letters (May).
Its purpose is to highlight the value of women and of scientific, technical and artistic vocations among Galician girls.|
|SOCIAL SUPERBLOCKS: proximity home care services||Spain||AJUNTAMENT DE BARCELONA||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||The city of Barcelona has a major challenge to tackle in the coming years: home care for senior citizens. In order to improve its home care service, Barcelona has conducted pilot projects entitled 'Social superblocks: proximity home care services'. The pilot projects are based on a very simple yet powerful idea; they consist of creating teams of social workers who care for users in a superblock, which is a block of buildings in which between 60 and 80 service users live.|
|Pilot projects of using mobile positioning data for public administration purposes||Czech Republic||Department for Strategic Development and Coordination of Public Administration (Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic)||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||Public administration in the Czech Republic in the past 30 years has undergone many changes, which reflected social transformation in the 1990s. The aim was to improve the quality of public administration performance, its modernization, the professionalization of officials and especially to bring public administration closer to citizens through its deconcentration and decentralization. In several phases, the recent state of public administration has been developed to correspond to European standards.|
|Performance-Based Budgeting in Estonia||Estonia||Ministry of Finance||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||Performance-Based Budgeting (official name Activity-Based Budgeting in Estonia), being fully adopted in 2020, is an integral part of the State Reform, which aims to achieve more effective and efficient implementation of public functions, higher quality of public services, reduction of general government expenditure and staff costs, and more flexible and less bureaucratic management of the government sector.|
|LIFE Integrated Project “Implementation of Air Quality Plan for Małopolska Region – Małopolska in a healthy atmosphere”||Poland||The Marshal's Office of the Małopolska Region||2019||Regional level||cross-sectoral||Małopolska Region struggles with very poor air quality, in particular during the winter season. Along with Silesia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, it is one of the most polluted regions in the European Union.
The LIFE Integrated Project „Implementation of Air Quality Plan for Małopolska Region – Małopolska in a healthy atmosphere” is a response to the needs of local governments and the barriers identified during the implementation of the Air Quality Plan for Małopolska.|
|Digitalization of the Social elections||Luxembourg||Inspection du Travail et des Mines||2019||National level||cross-sectoral||In Luxembourg, any undertaking, whatever the nature of its business, its legal form and its area of business shall be required to arrange for staff delegates to be appointed if the prescribed threshold is reached.
The objective of the project consists in the realization of the platform "Social Election": https://guichet.public.lu/en/entreprises/ressources-humaines/representation-personnel/delegation-personnel/organiser-elections-sociales.html|
|Hungary Helps Program||Hungary||State Secretariat for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and for the Hungary Helps Program||2019||National level||Justice, police, human rights and security||The Hungarian government has recognised the necessity of creating a programme with the aim and task of providing support on human rights grounds to Christian, Yezidi and other persecuted minority groups living in developing countries, which frequently become the targets of crimes against humanity committed by extremist, fundamentalist religious groups. It is important for Hungary to take an active part in the international struggle waged for the free exercise of religion and for the freedom of conscience.|
|Luxembourg's open data portal project||Luxembourg||Service information et presse||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||From 2015 a group of experts from key stakeholder organisations started working on a national central platform dedicated to hosting, displaying and delivering open data.|
|DataCity Barcelona, using data to solve urban challenges posed by the city, collaboration between public and private sectors.||Spain||Barcelona City Council||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||The project we are presenting to the EPSA 2019 is an urban innovation project called DataCity, which brings together corporations and smaller technological companies to solve an urban challenge defined by the City, using data as a central tool.|
|WAALTeR - Wiener Ambient Assisted Living TestRegion||Austria||Urban Innovation Vienna GmbH||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||According to several international rankings (cf. Roland Berger, Mercer, the Economist etc.) Vienna scores high because of its high quality of life. But even highly developed cities like Vienna are facing multiple megatrends such as digitization, climate and demographic change which threaten to undermine its residents´ present way of life. In order to combat those trends, Vienna’s city council has adopted a holistic Smart City Vienna Framework Strategy in 2014. Despite acknowledging the importance of (digital) technologies Vienna´s approach is being built upon one fundamental value proposition: Smart City Vienna is all about people and a place where no one shall be left behind!|
|PGIL – Plataforma de Gestão Inteligente de Lisboa (Lisbon Smart Management Platform)||Portugal||Municipality of Lisbon||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||PGIL - Plataforma de Gestão Inteligente de Lisboa (Lisbon Smart Management Platform) is an essential tool to have a more effective management of resources, to support modern better services adressed to the cityzens, and to promote information sharing, transparency and innovation. This is a data integrator platform displaying information and analytics to municipal users (including a Integrated Operation Center (COI) - real time city management); to the cityzens through an App.; to Lisbon Open Data website. Furthermore, PGIL is the main support to the various "Smart City" projects Lisbon is developing.|
|Budget at glance||Croatia||City of Bjelovar||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||Eurobarometer Research on Corruption (Special Eurobarometer 470) showed that there was corruption at local level or the regional level of authority is believed by 90% of citizens, which is the most in the EU after Greece with 91%. Likewise, according to the perception of corruption index, which Measured by Tranparency International, Croatia has been positioning for a several years between Saudi Arabia and Cuba, two intrinsically undemocratic and non-transparent systems. Such a situation represents a major problem for municipal and city authorities who want to work transparent and open, because without public trust is impossible have constructive cooperation within the local community to deal with overgrown social and economic problems. So this project "Budget at glance" goes for true, complete transparency of work local authorities so that the citizens has insight into each individual a local budget transaction.|
|IBN- Network of Integrity Officers (NIO) - Building a nationwide Network of Integrity Officers with participants from all federal ministries, regions, municipalities, universities, state-affiliated enterprises, etc. in order to reduce corruption and bribe||Austria||Austrian Federal Bureau of Anti-Corruption||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||The Network of Integrity Officers (NIO) was introduced by the Federal Bureau of Anti-Corruption (BAK) in 2016 to further enhance the concept of integrity in Austria. In five basic training programs 105 staff members from all walks of civil service life in Austria were trained to become Integrity Officers: experts in issues of promotion of integrity, corruption prevention and compliance. They are now multipliers in the awareness-raising process and serving as contacts for inquiries regarding promotion of integrity, corruption prevention and compliance, for staff including senior officials.|
|Age-friendly Cities and Communities Program||Spain||Diputació de Barcelona||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||Diputació of Barcelona is committed with the improvement of the quality of life its citizens, and focusing special attention to specificgroups as women, children or elders. For that reason, Diputació de Barcelona created in 2013 the Age-friendly Cities and Communities Program. This program offers technical assistance offers technical assistance to the town councils that adhere to the Network.|
|Anti-corruption training in kindergartens||Bulgaria||Commission for Anti-corruption and Illegal Assets Forfeiture /CACIAF/||2019||National level||Education (higher and lower), training and learning||The project named “Anti-corruption training in kindergartens” , which was implemented with the support of NGO’s, the creativity and enthusiasm of the kindergarten teachers, from kindergartens in the municipalities of Pernik and Kostinbrod, and of course, the structural units responsible for the education and culture within those municipalities.|
|CSR campaign||Spain||Radio and Television Corporation of Galicia (Spain)||2019||Regional level||Information society, technology, media and audiovisual||Don´t LookPlay / #NonMiresXoga is a 360º campaign, made entirely with the resources of the CRTVG, he Radio and Television Corporation of Galicia, from its concept to its final broadcast on the supports and channels of the Corporation.
Don´t LookPlay / #NonMiresXoga diffuses the notion that the only limit is in our sight, not in the athletes, that´s why we have to break this barrier. The campaign began the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace of the UN, April, 6th and it lasted for a whole week.|
|Innovative solutions in coordination of social security systems in the area of family benefits introduced by Lesser Poland Voivodeship||Poland||Małopolska Provincial Office in Krakow||2019||Regional level||cross-sectoral||The implemented project is related to the statutory takeover of the task of coordination in the area of Family Allowance and Benefit for bringing up children from 1st of January 2018, by voivodes in the whole Poland, carried out so far by the marshals of voivodeships. This task consists in determining which of the countries should pay the due benefits in case of families in which one of the spouses works in a country of the European Union, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.|
|CedarNet Kecskemét Program||Hungary||Municipality of Kecskemét||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||CedarNet Kecskemét Program is a social innovation designed to leverage the wealth of knowledge and skills of Hungarian senior professionals to address problems of an aging society. It offers a community for participation by retiees and professonals over 50 who left the labor market but still posses useable knowledge assets, time-capital, and who want to stay active or return to work.|
|Trauma Tracker: if you measure it you understand and improve it||Italy||Local Healthcare Service (AUSL Romagna-Cesena Hospital) and Bologna University||2019||Local level||cross-sectoral||The difficult socio-economic situation of our country and of many industrialized countries with high welfare standards, places increasing attention on public spending, making the need for rationalization inevitable, and this is particularly true in the healthcare sector. This situation, therefore, requires virtuous management of health processes. Among these, a particularly critical area is that of trauma management, a domain within which an important share of resources is absorbed and in which the patient is exposed to a high risk for his own health.|
|Cooperation Agreement||Austria||Regional Management, Region South||2019||National level||Taxation, customs, finances||The tax authorities and the chamber of commerce want to work together to increase the tax- and customs compliance of (young) entrepreneurs. This is intended to increase the share of the honest economy, so that the financial administration can better focus its resources to Companies that don´t comply with the laws.
What is special about this agreement is that it was concluded for the first time in Austria and was described by the head of the section and the group leader of the administrative organisation of the Federal Ministry of Finance as a benchmark considered suitable for roll-out throughout Austria.|
|Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the Insolvency Service of Cyprus||Cyprus||Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry||2019||National level||Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform||Cyprus is in the process of undertaking a number of measures to eliminate remaining major impediments to the workout of non-performing loans in Cyprus. The improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the operation of the Insolvency Service of Cyprus is amongst the measures that Cyprus intends to undertake. In June 2018, during the process of restructuring of the Cooperative Banks, the Government of Cyprus undertook a commitment towards the European Commission, to take certain actions within specific deadlines, which will allow the efficient workout of non-performing loans.|