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Projects in European public administration that are changing citizens’ lives right now!

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Every two years, the European Public Sector Awards (EPSA) is organised by EIPA in Maastricht, to reward exemplary work done in the field of European public policies.

The bigger vision is to share best practices in various European public administrations, to encourage governments to modernise their administrative structures and address the essential topics of administrative reform in Europe.

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3 key things you should know about the Structural Reform Support Service (SRSS)

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The Structural Reform Support Service (SRSS) has been set up by the European Commission to help the EU Member States effectively design and implement structural reforms.

EIPA (as a sole partner in a consortium led by Deloitte Belgium) was selected as a successful bidder for ‘LOT 1, Support for the development and implementation of reforms’, and we are excited to start the journey of assisting the EC and the beneficiary countries, including all current Member States, to apply the reforms.

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35 years of EIPA – EU Forum

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The 25th anniversary of the European Summit in Maastricht. The Treaty of Maastricht was signed here on 7 February 1992. For more than 35 years, our institute has been helping the EU institutions and Member States to tackle the practical challenges of European integration. In light of this, there was ample reason to organise a European Forum that gathered some of the key players in Europe and sought to discuss new ways of ensuring that the EU’s ambitious objectives are implemented successfully.

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Conference on Privacy and Security

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In collaboration with Europol, EIPA organised a conference on privacy and security. Some 120 participants attended this innovative programme that explored the difficult question of how to balance privacy and security, with a focus on the latest systems of encryption, anonymisation and pseudonymisation. Fifteen renowned international experts made for an exciting programme. Interactive workshops provided by practitioners enabled participants to enhance their competences during the conference, which was hosted at the Europol headquarters in The Hague (NL).