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Connecting Europe Facility: reusable building blocks

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Connecting Europe Facility
What is CEF?
Reusable building blocks
CEF is the common financing instrument of trans-European networks for the period 2014-2020.
BUDGET: €33.24 billion
CEF
ENERGY
TRANSPORT
TELECOM
BROADBAND
CEF Digital
SECTOR-SPECIFIC DSIs
D
igital
S
ervice
I
nfrastructures
What are the CEF building blocks?
provide '
out of the box
' software and services to enable interoperability between administrations, businesses and citizens
eID
eINVOICING
AUTOMATED
TRANSLATION
eSIGNATURE
eDELIVERY
helps implement electronic invoicing in compliance with the European eInvoicing Directive
eID enables secure and reliable cross-border authentication
eSignature accelerates
the creation and verification of electronic signatures
eDelivery helps
exchange electronic data in a secure and trusted way
Automated Translation allows exchanging
information across language barriers in the EU
For more information
visit the CEF online catalogue of services
€26.25 billion
€5.85 billion
€1.14 billion
BUILDING-BLOCK DSIs
digital services
public
cross-border
eGovernment
ICT
digital single market
open
internet
citizens
business
innovation
information
rights
broadband
needs
Directives
access
security
framework
technologies
interoperability
networks
actions
European
A fully functioning
Digital Single Market
could contribute as much as
250 billion additional EU GDP
GROWTH
in the course
of the mandate of the
new Commission
Why building block services?
basic infrastructural capability
ready to be used
as a Software
as a Central Service
Specifications
Additional Services to help take-up
CEF building block
interoperability ecosystem
Without building block DSIs
With building block DSIs
eInvoicing
Central Service
Specifications & software
Evolution

Digital Service Infrastructures
CEF
What is a building block?
Member States
European Commission
Software and
specifications
Central Services
Architecture
Stakeholder
Management
Support
Training
Maintenance
Architecture
Stakeholder
Management
Support
Training
Maintenance
eInvoicing Core Service Platform
eID Core Service Platform
eSignature Core Service Platform
eDelivery Core Service Platform
Automated Translation Core Service Platform
Architecture
Stakeholder
Management
Support
Training
Maintenance
Architecture
Stakeholder
Management
Support
Training
Maintenance
Architecture
Stakeholder
Management
Support
Training
Maintenance
Architecture
Stakeholder
Management
Support
Training
Maintenance
Central Service
Software & Specifications
Central Service
Software & Specifications
Central Service
Software & Specifications
Central Service
Software & Specifications
Central Service
Software & Specifications
Service Metadata Locator (SML)
Conformance Test Platform
Service Metadata Locator (SML)
Service Metadata Publisher (SMP)
Access Point
Examples of use
PEPPOL (17 Countries), e-Codex (16 Countries)
Examples of use
STORK 1.0 (14 Countries)
eID Integration Package for MS to become STORK-enabled
Tools for setting up a demo environment for testing purposes
SD-DSS
Examples of use
Implementation of the Services Directive (DG MARKT)
Trusted List Manager
List of Trusted Lists
Demonstration Platform
Automated translation capabilities for digital services
Web user interface for direct use by human users
Examples of use
European Commission's Machine Translation service (MT@EC)
Examples of use
PEPPOL (17 Countries), e-PRIOR (>70 EU Bodies), Belgium
Guidance to the Member States
Standard Codes List
Definition of the eInvoicing European Standard
Supporting tools to ensure full cross-border interoperability
Source:
Juncker Commission 10 Priorities
Connections to
Core Service Platforms
e.g. Europeana,
Online Dispute Resolution,
e-Health, ...
Test infrastructure
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