Supporting smart services

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Reminder of the EPIC Vision Statement

Submitted by sruston on Mon, 03/06/2013 - 23:00

EPIC will deliver a validated cloud computing-based platform for the provision of Smart eGovernment processes as a service and an accompanying roadmap that cities across Europe will be able to use to become smarter.

EPIC Shares Smart City Tips with Balkan States

Submitted by sruston on Thu, 14/03/2013 - 00:00

The Development Agency Zagreb invited Julia to address the 2013 Zagreb Forum: Creative Cities & Europe on 12-13 March. Picking up on the Forum’s theme, Julia used the address to promote Open Innovation and Co-Creation as key starting points in any Smart City journey.

Smart Cities - The Need for Interoperability

Submitted by sruston on Sun, 03/03/2013 - 00:00

Julia addressed a workshop entitled ‘Smart Cities – The Need for Interoperability’ on Friday March 3, 2013 hosted by the UK Government’s Business Innovation and Skills Department.

EPIC Discussions at the United Nations Working Group on e-Government

Submitted by sruston on Fri, 07/12/2012 - 00:00

Julia Glidden of 21c was one of 14 international e-Government practioneers invited to New York on December 4 and 5 for the United Nations  Expert Group Meeting on the 2014 UN e-Government Survey.

From eGovernment Gateways to Famagusta Gate

Submitted by sruston on Wed, 05/12/2012 - 00:00

Susie Ruston from 21c presented a showcase of European eParticipation developments, at the Cyprus EU Presidency conference –Europeone – on the 4th

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