The call for applications for the European Public Sector Award 2019 (EPSA 2019) is open!


Logo EPSA 2019EIPA is proud to announce the opening of the Call for applications for its European Public Sector Award – EPSA 2019. Applications can be submitted online until 18 April 2019.

We are inviting innovative and efficient performers from the public sector across Europe to present their work, to learn from and share with their peers, and to become part of an extensive European network of public sector excellence.

Under the overarching theme “New solutions to complex challenges – A public sector citizen-centric, sustainable and fit for the future”, EPSA 2019 seeks to showcase and reward those cases submitted by public administrations which have found new solutions in public service delivery and policy-making for the increasingly difficult to address and often multi-dimensional challenges faced by the public sector everywhere in Europe.

This theme is broad and inclusive to make it easier for all public sector institutions irrespective of their function or size to enter if they have new solutions to today’s complex challenges, such as demographic change, climate change, technological transformation, security and the maintenance of social security.

Who can apply to EPSA 2019?

The award scheme is open to European public sector institutions from all administrative levels, as well as public sector enterprises, agencies and public-private partnerships. The lead applicant must be a public sector institution or authority – other applicants in a consortium, can for example be private companies, semi-public institutions, NGOs, universities or training institutions.

Whether you want recognition for what you have done, want to help others learn from your success or learn from others, apply now for EPSA 2019.”

Michael Burnett, Project Leader, EPSA 2019 –


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