|Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania||Ministerstwo Administracji i Cyfryzacji||Ministerstwo Gospodarki|
The Institute of Logistics and Warehousing implements a number of projects and initiatives to improve the functioning of public offices, to provide transparent access to information and easy access to public services through the development of e-government. As part of these activities, the Institute supports public authorities in the optimisation of administrative processes, putting special attention to the possibility of electronic communication. The Institute also actively promotes the use of modern information and communication technologies to improve the quality of public services.
1. Action at national level:
• UEPA Project (Simplification of procedures related to starting and running a business through digitalisation and implementation of the idea of "one-stop" business registration)
- project completed on 30 June 2014.
The project was implemented together with the Ministry of Economy (project leader) and the National Chamber of Commerce (KIG) under Measure 5.3 "Support for the implementation of the Lisbon Strategy" Human Capital Operational Programme.
The project was closely associated with the implementation of Directive 2006/123/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on services in the internal market. It imposes on Member States of the European Union the obligation to establish Single Points of Contact (PSCs). Through them it will be possible to complete all formalities related to exercise of service activities by electronic means.
• Launching the Electronic Point of Single Contact within the Central Registry of Information on Economic Activity (CEIDG) project
- March 2013 - December 2014
The Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, in partnership with the Ministry of Economy and the National Chamber of Commerce, is taking steps under the CEIDG project to establish an Electronic Point of Single Contact (ePC), including the following tasks:
• expansion of the ePC portal,
• construction of e-services platform within the ePC,
• development of e-learning platform within the ePC,
• launching 100 e-guide services for entrepreneurs,
• launching 40 e-transaction services for entrepreneurs.
2. Action at the international level:
The above-mentioned works of the Institute, the acquired knowledge and experience are also used in the implementation of international actions aimed at providing efficient e-Government solutions at the European level. Projects co-implemented by the Institute, i.e. e-CODEX, epSOS, e-SENS, and the SPOCS project completed in 2012, aim at creating interoperable solutions for cross-border communication among citizens and businesses with public administration bodies. All of these projects belong to a group of the so-called Large-Scale Pilots initiated by the European Commission. These projects are implemented under the CIP ICT-PSP (ICT Policy Support Programme – Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme).
• e-SENS - Simple European Networked Electronic Services (www.esens.eu)
The aim of the project is to create universal solutions, among other things, e-identification, e-signature, e-deliverry, semantics and e-documents that can be used in different areas of administration. The project aims at facilitating contact between citizens and businesses and public administration bodies in EU countries by electronic means. The e-SENS project will benefit from the solutions developed under already initiated Large-Scale Pilots (the project mentioned above as well as the STORK and PEPPOL projects).
• e-CODEX - e-Justice Communication via Online Data Exchange (www.e-codex.eu)
The aim of the project is to improve access for citizens and businesses to cross-border legal procedures, and enhance interoperability between the administration of justice in the individual EU countries. Thanks to the use of ICT, legal procedures such as small claims or the European order for payment will be transparent, efficient and economical.
• epSOS – European Patients – Smart Open Services (www.epsos.eu)
– Project completed on 31 December 2013.
The aim of the project was to create IT infrastructure for eHealth solutions that enables secure, cross-border exchange of patient medical data, especially the Register of Primary Healthcare Services and ePrescriptions between different systems of European partners.
• SPOCS – Simple Procedures Online for Cross-border Services (www.eu-spocs.eu)
– Project completed on 31 December 2012.
The aim was to remove administrative barriers that hinder or prevent enterprises from offering their services in other countries. The project developed interoperable solutions that enable the implementation of cross-border procedures necessary to start a business in the EU countries by electronic means.
3. Other selected activities in the area of e-economy:
• participation in the work of the European Multi-stakeholder Forum on Electronic Invoicing established by the EC in 2010.
• participation in the work of the National Multi-stakeholder Forum on Electronic Invoicing (under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Finance) (http://www.e-faktury.mg.gov.pl)
• participation in the work of CEN PC434 (European e-invoice Norm creation)
• participation in the development of the report of the e-Tendering Expert Group - Final Report of the e-TEG
• participation in CEN BII WS 3 in the field of electronic public procurement (post-award + architecture team),
• participation in the work of GS1 in Europe (e-Invoicing),
• supporting cluster initiatives, participation in regional and national cluster organisations,
• monitoring and research of the e-commerce market,
• cyclic organisation of the Secure e-shop competition (https://bezpiecznyesklep.pl/),
• provision of Euro-Label certification to on-line shops (http://www.euro-label.com.pl/),
• preparation of reports in the area of e-commerce (the final report is Mysterious client in the online shop (http://www.ilim.poznan.pl/aktualnosci/250-tajemniczy-klient-w-polskim-sklepie-internetowym).
Ministerstwo Administracji i Cyfryzacji