What is state-of-the-art today is outdated tomorrow. Strict national legislation on data protection conflicts with a growing need for transparency (e-government) which allows citizens quick and easy access to information and databases.
In addition, the IT sector is governed by a variety of rules and regulations issued by the European Commission. These range from special public procurement requirements for IT service providers to special data protection guidelines. Investments in the IT sector are huge and high-risk. Therefore, it is a must to be well versed in the current legal and financing situation.
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Most public institutions use social media tools in their communication. It is a key part of any communications planning and long-term strategy in today’s media landscape. Some organisations use in-house competence, whereas others chose to source out this area and work with external experts.
The rapid growth of Information and communications technologies (ICTs) and their accelerated adoption over the last decade have put ICTs at the centre of both Information Society and Digital Economy: today, more than 75% of people on the planet have access to a cell phone.
The practical introduction of eCohesion systems requires Member States to establish electronic data exchange systems which allow the exchange of all information between Managing, Certifying and Audit Authorities as well as Intermediate Bodies, on the one hand, and beneficiaries, on the other hand, to take place electronically.