A one-stop shop for all of the EU’s most common administration procedures will make it easier for people to interact with public administrations.
Today, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel, visits Serbia for a number of meetings to discuss the implementation of the Digital Agenda for the Western Balkans. The EU fully supports the region’s transition into a digital economy as this will greatly benefit citizens by providing more jobs, better services and faster economic growth. The EU also wants to further cooperate with the government of Serbia on the implementation of the roadmap for lowering roaming tariffs, as part of the Digital Agenda.
In order to facilitate the freedom of establishment for companies, the Commission is proposing rules regarding the use of digital tools and processes throughout companies’ lifecycles and rules regarding cross-border conversions, mergers and divisions. This initial appraisal of the Commission’s impact assessment on the proposals observes that the impact assessment is very wide in scope and hence quite complex, but nevertheless manages to make a persuasive case to back the regulatory action being proposed.
The conference will be dedicated to the discussions on the implementation of the GDPR, ePrivacy, international data flows, the Internet of Things and best practices.