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PROGRAMME

 

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DAY 1 14 April 2015
9:00 - 10:00 Registration and opening of the conference zone, welcome coffee
10:00 – 10:55 Plenary session
 
  • Conference opening
  • Speech by representative of the Ministry of Economy
  • Speech by representative of the Ministry of Administration and Digitalization
  • Speech by representative of the Ministry of Justice
10:55 – 11:55

Parallel session: Public institutions and entrepreneurs  
E-INVOICING IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT

Introducing electronic procedures for public procurement based on the same rules across the EU is an instrument for creating the Digital Single Market. During the session we will discuss the effects of the latest EU legislation that introduces a number of changes to the conduct and design of public contract award procedures. We will also discuss new requirements for and changes to the public procurement procedures, in particular new responsibilities for public administration and suppliers regarding the issuing of invoices and paying for the goods and services supplied.

11:55 – 12:15 Coffee break and tour around the conference zone
12:15 – 12:55

Session A1    Public institutions

E-DOCUMENTS WITHOUT LIMITS

Session P1    Entrepreneurs

CONTACT POINT FOR BUSINESSES

  An official document produced some years ago must be legible today. An electronic document created today must be legible after years. Do we know how to meet this requirement? This session will help us understand the complexity of the problem and will reveal weak points of the current solutions as well as suggested changes. Poland is one of European countries access to certain lines of business is highly restricted. In order to help entrepreneurs find their way through the maze of regulations, platforms are established to streamline official procedures by electronic means. During this session entrepreneurs will learn about the main features of a Single Point of Contact and CEIDG.
12:55 – 1:35 p.m.

Session A2    Public Institutions

EFFICIENCY OF PUBLIC E-SERVICES

Session P2    Entrepreneurs

e-CUSTOMS DUTY — PROMPT AND SAFE

  For a few years considerable funds have been allocated to the development of e-services in Poland, yet the number of deployments and extent of using e-services are not spectacular. During this session we will address such questions as: What should be done to increase the number of e-services? Is it worth investing in e-services if they do not enjoy great popularity? We will also take a look at how public administration bodies in other countries dealt with similar issues. The e-Customs Programme is about to finish. The implementation of an integrated electronic environment for the Customs Service resulted in the launch of many public services designed for collection of duties, circulation of commodities and ensuring security in international trade. We will present new opportunities created by e-services provided by the Ministry of Finance.
1:35 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. Lunch and tour around the conference zone
2:55 p.m. – 3:35 p.m.

Session A3    Public institutions

BETTER LAW FOR E-ADMINISTRATION

Session P3 Entrepreneurs

E-JUSTICE FOR ENTREPRENEURS IN POLAND

  As the UEPA Project deliverables showed, the development of e-services in Poland is restricted to a great extent by legal barriers. During this session we will answer the question about how to produce better law that favours the development of e-administration in Poland. In addition, based on the conclusions from projects implemented under the financial framework nearing its end, tasks will be defined for the nearest future to organise the law and establish directions for the development of e-administration in Poland. The objective of a session on the development of e-justice in Poland is to inform entrepreneurs about electronic services provided by the judiciary. We will present solutions regarding the digitization of court procedures regarding the registration of businesses in the National Court Register. We will also present other, currently available and planned, e-services to be provided by the Ministry of Justice.
3:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Parallel session: Public institutions and entrepreneurs  

SUMMARY OF THEME SESSIONS

4:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Parallel session: Public institutions and entrepreneurs  

DISCUSSION PANEL: BUSINESS FRIENDLY E-SERVICES — CONFRONTATION BETWEEN BUSINESSES AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OVER E-SERVICES DEVELOPMENT VISIONS

5:15 p.m. – 5:20 p.m. End of Day 1 of the Conference
5:20 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Cocktail party
     
DZIEŃ 2 15 April 2015
9:30 - 10:00 Coffee and tour around the conference zone
10:00 – 10:45 Plenary session
 
  • Speech of representative of the European Commission
  • Speech of the coordinator of e-SENS and e-CODEX projects
  • Speech of representative of business environment
10:55 – 12:15

Session A4    Public Institutions

E-JUSTICE IN POLAND — TIME TO INTEGRATE WITH THE EU

Session P4    Entrepreneurs

E-JUSTICE FOR ENTREPRENEURS — HOW TO CLAIM YOUR RIGHTS IN THE EU

  e-Justice in the EU is a swiftly developing area of e-services. During this session we will discuss not only strategic documents but also specific solutions produced under the e-CODEX project (digitization of cross-border proceedings under the civil law, integration of EU member states' systems of justice). We will also address the issue of developing supranational e-services. The development of the EU common market results in a growing number of cross-border legal disputes. The objective of this session is to present practical e-law solutions that are available for entrepreneurs and legal professionals. You will find out what electronic legal services are already available and how to use them. In particular, we will present e-services regarding effective collection of debts from business partners from EU member states.
12:15 – 1:15 p.m. Lunch and tour around the conference zone
1:15 p.m. – 2:35 p.m.

Session A5    Public institutions

POLISH E-OFFICE IN THE EU

Session P5    Entrepreneurs

YOUR BUSINESS IN THE EU

  Growing mobility of citizens and entrepreneurs causes that public administration bodies face the challenge of carrying out cross-border procedures. Cross-border character of public e-services is the key task assigned by the European Commission to fulfil by public administration bodies. During this session we will present, e.g. regulations on the recognition of professional qualifications in the EU and cross-border public contract award procedures. We will also present solutions designed to enable provision of electronic services that are created under the e-SENS project. One of the challenges entrepreneurs in the EU must face is the need to deal with administrative matters in many different countries. This session will be an opportunity for entrepreneurs to learn about tools and initiatives that encourage the starting and running of a business abroad. We will present solutions designed for fulfilling all European public administration formalities by electronic means. In addition, new ways of participating in European contract award procedures for businesses will be presented.
2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Parallel session: Public institutions and entrepreneurs  

SUMMARY OF THEME SESSIONS

3:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. DISCUSSION PANEL: ACCESS TO CROSS-BORDER E-SERVICES IN POLAND — CURRENT CHALLENGES OR DISTANT FUTURE
4:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Conference close