2019 CEF Telecom Calls can get you funding for your digital solution services
April 3rd, 2019
Last February INEA published the CEF Telecom 2019-1 calls for proposals, aimed to fund projects that will promote the different EU Building Blocks, such as eDelivery, eInvoicing and eIdentification. With a total budget of up to €48.2 million, they seek to support public administrations and private entities from the Member States to uptake the core platforms and digital services that are object of the calls.
With specific objectives like supporting public and private organisations to acknowledge data and electronic documents interchange (eDelivery); supporting public and private entities in the compliance of the European eInvoicing regulations and to promote the adaptation of the Directive 2014/55/EU amongst electronic invoicing providers (eInvoicing); or supporting public and private entities in the uptake of compliant electronic identification solutions integrating the eID DSI in their solutions (eIdentification), these calls could help public local, regional or national administrations and private technology providers to get funding and update their solutions, platforms and services.
If you would like to update your PEPPOL Access Point with the AS4 protocol, apply the compliant eInvoicing syntaxes to your solution or integrate de eID DSI in your electronic identification platform, you are fitted to apply.
LMT Group prepares different proposals each call, built on our consultancy know-how and the partnership with EDI providers and public administrations. We have led more than 14 projects approved and funded by INEA, supporting more than 20 EDI providers and various public institutions to reach this European funding. If you would like to participate with us in this 2019-1 proposals or want to get further information on how to be part of them, contact us here or by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
To see all our approved telecom projects: https://lmtgroup.eu/home/projects/
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