Today, citizens who are moving to another country still need to bring tons of paper-based documents with them to certify their degrees or to re-register their car – although the information is already in the system in their country of origin. The once-only principle focuses on the reduction of administrative burden as citizens have to provide information only once. Find out more about the principle at the Once-Only Principle for Europe Conference in Vienna on 24th and 25th September 2018, organised by the projects TOOP (The Once-Only-Principle Project) and SCOOP4C (Stakeholder community once-only principle for citizens).
The EU research project SCOOP4C analyses how public services for citizens using once-only could be implemented at a cross-border level between European member states and beyond. The IT architecture for making once only real is being developed by the sister project TOOP.
Register for the conference today! Visit: www.toop.eu/conference