|Have you identified priority key cross-border public services that correspond to well defined needs?||Yes||From the perspective of Ministry of Interior as a coordinative body for e-government development, we support the services on the list. As those services might fall under the competence of the other ministries (in our case), the list should be discussed with the responsible institutions before the final conclusion. This issue was put on the table also on the last e-Government group meeting on the 13 June in Brussels. We support the position expressed at the 4th meeting of the eGovernment Expert Group, 22 February 2013, where Member States and the EC agreed to endorse a number of focus areas and key enablers for cross border e.public services. The focus areas proposed by the MSs are presently covered by eSENS that also include the key enablers proposed by MSs. Slovenia believes in the importance of the horizontal measures, like e-authentication, e-signatures, e-delivery, e-documents that should be included on the list as the key enablers for the other services.|
|Have you agreed/committed by 2011 on a common list of key cross-border services that correspond to well defined needs?||No||See above.|
|Have you implemented or do you have concrete plans to implements cross-border services?||Yes||Yes, partially. Implementation of the requirements of the single market and EU directives is one of the main strategic objectives of the e-government development. Some of the services are already in the progress, e.g. cross-border e-services for business, e-health, e-procurement. As indicated under the Action 56 Slovenia is active in different large scale pilots (STORK 2.0, e-SENS, in the past also in S56TORK and SPOCS) in order to implement cross-border services.|
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