February 27, 2017
The Commission says that up to €27.5 million will be made available to meet the needs of public administrations, businesses and citizens in their cross-border activities. The deadline for submitting proposals is 18 May 2017.
Interested applicants from all EU Member States, as well as Iceland and Norway, may submit their proposals in the areas of e-Identification and e-Signature, Electronic Exchange of Social Security Information (EESSI), Business Registers Interconnection Systems (BRIS) and the European e-Justice Portal.
CEF Telecoms funding supports projects of common interest that contribute to increasing the interoperability, connectivity and deployment of trans-European digital infrastructures across the EU, improving the daily life of citizens, businesses and public administrations, and thereby contributing to the development of a Digital Single Market.
To receive co-funding under the calls, actions must be ready for deployment, contribute to EU Digital Single Market policies and have a long-term sustainability strategy. The funding will be allocated to those eligible proposals that best meet the award criteria as specified in the 2017 CEF Telecom Work Programme.
This call is the first one under the 2017 CEF Telecom Work Programme. In 2017, CEF Telecom will provide up to a total of €77 million in funding through grants for European Digital Service Infrastructures. For further information, click here.