Sectors: New technologies, Telecommunications
Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Corporations, International Organisation
Regions: European Economic Area, European Union
Category: Call for proposals
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EEA countries : Iceland, Norway
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Responsible: European Commission
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This call for proposals aims at contributing to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, in line with the Europe 2020 Strategy, by developing modern and high-performing trans-European networks which take into account expected future traffic flows, thus benefiting the entire Union in terms of improving competitiveness on the global market and economic, social and territorial cohesion in the internal market.
Priorities and funded actions:
– Increase confidence in the European Single Market by ensuring a safer business environment for consumers, creditors and other business partners.
– Create a higher degree of legal certainty as to the information in the European business registers.
– Improve the performance of public administrations regarding cooperation between business registers in Europe in procedures for cross-border mergers, as well as the exchange of relevant information regarding companies and their branches.
– Enable business registers to implement and support the requirements, the data model and the standard messages coming from BRIS, which may involve the upgrade of existing business registers.
– Promote testing activities to ensure that transition to a fully operational mode is successful.
Among financed actions
– Projects of common interest that aim at the creation and/or enhancement of interoperable and, whenever possible, internationally compatible core service platforms, accompanied by generic services for digital service infrastructures.
– Provide efficient investment vehicles for broadband networks, attract new categories of investors and project promoters, and encourage replicability of innovative projects and business models.
– Projects of common interest may encompass their entire cycle, including feasibility studies, implementation, continuous operation and upgrading, coordination and evaluation.