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# [[opening up the public sector|Opening Up the Public Sector Through Collaborative Governance]]
 
# [[opening up the public sector|Opening Up the Public Sector Through Collaborative Governance]]
 
# [[going green|Going Green - Concrete Solutions from the Public Sector]]
 
# [[going green|Going Green - Concrete Solutions from the Public Sector]]
 
== [[Property:sector|Sectors (policy areas)]] ==
 
* Economic affairs, competition, SME
 
* Education (higher and lower), training and learning
 
* Employment, labour related affairs and gender equality
 
* Environment, climate change, agriculture (incl. food safety) and fishery
 
* External relations and aid, development and enlargement
 
* Information society, technology, media and audiovisual
 
* Justice, police, human rights and security
 
* Public administration, modernisation, institutional affairs, reform
 
* Public health and social welfare/affairs
 
* Regional policy and development, decentralisation
 
* Science, research, innovation
 
* Sports, youth, culture and art
 
* Taxation, customs, finances
 
* Transport and infrastructure
 
* other
 
* cross-sectoral
 
  
 
== [[Property:level of government|Levels of government]] ==
 
== [[Property:level of government|Levels of government]] ==

Latest revision as of 10:42, 13 July 2018

Award winner

The total number of projects submitted to the 2011 edition amounts to 274 eligible applications coming from 32 countries and European institutions. The EPSA 2011 Website is available at http://www.epsa2011.eu

Award types

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  Award - award winners
 
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  Nominee - award nominees
 
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  Diploma - best practice certificate (diploma) recipients
 
   Submission - projects that did not win but were included in the EPSA publicaton EPSA 2011 Project Catalogue.pdf

Award categories

  1. Smart Public Service Delivery in a Cold Economic Climate
  2. Opening Up the Public Sector Through Collaborative Governance
  3. Going Green - Concrete Solutions from the Public Sector

Levels of government

Further information

on projects

on organisations