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The Commission announced a contribution of EUR 13.7 million in favour of public services transboundary digital

16 August 2013

After the fruitful collaboration between the member states of the HAT, industry, national administrations, universities, the private sector and local communities around a series of projects aimed at facilitating the everyday life, work, travel, studies and business across borders, the European commission will invest 13.7 million euros to further develop digital public services.

The new project e-SENS (Electronic Simple European Networked Services) will contribute to the development of digital public services for helping companies conducting business in its own member state and in other countries of the HAT, including the creation of companies, compliance with legal requirements and participation in public tenders. Furthermore, establish connections between national digital services for citizens who visit different member states to spend the holidays or to work or study.

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