EU Institutions & International Organisations

EU Institutions & International Organisations

A multinational team at the heart of Europe

The current global challenges require global responses. The role of European Institutions and International Organisations on the global geo-political scene requires policies to be supported by future-proof technology strategies. Our engagement covers security solutions, data centre services, Software Development Lifecycle services and consulting.

What can we contribute?

More than 50 ministries and 60 public agencies cooperate with Sopra Steria at European level. Our multinational team fits the work environment of international organisations where cultural intelligence contributes to the success of technology projects. We currently operate at the heart of Europe with an end-to-end service offer.

Digital Enablers :

Biometrics, Tax & Customs Management, Intellectual Property Management, Identity Management (eID) and eCitizen, Public Budget Management, Legal Archiving, Data Management, Hybrid and Full Cloud Strategies, Information Security, service-oriented architecture (SOA), managed API platform and microservices.


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News

Discover our Digital Gov’Barometer 2019

Nov 20, 2019, 11:40 AM
Title* : Discover our Digital Gov’Barometer 2019

For the fifth consecutive year, Sopra Steria Next has published its barometer* on the digitalisation of public services and its perception among European citizens, in partnership with IPSOS:

  • While 75% of Europeans surveyed believe that public services are increasingly digitalised, only 62% of them believe that they are increasingly easy to use.
  • The French confirm their confidence in the Government’s ability to develop digital public services (44%). This is much more optimistic than their neighbours in Germany (10%), UK (19%), Norway (29%), or even Spain (38%).
  • As part of this digitalisation, European citizens favour local support provided by a universal agent (71% in France, 78% in the United Kingdom, 64% in Spain) rather than having to travel to meet with a specialist.
  • Ultimately, data protection remains a key issue, with 67% of European citizens surveyed fearing that someone else might have access to their personal data.

The transformation of public services is still very heterogeneous. In Europe, it is necessary to meet the new expectations of citizens while guaranteeing the digital inclusion of all users. The barometer also reveals a disparity in services, between the expectations of citizens and the services they consider to be the most advanced.

Tags :
Digital Gouv’ 2019 digital-gov2019-booklet_en

Publications

Discover our Digital Gov’Barometer 2019

Nov 20, 2019, 11:40 AM
Title* : Discover our Digital Gov’Barometer 2019

For the fifth consecutive year, Sopra Steria Next has published its barometer* on the digitalisation of public services and its perception among European citizens, in partnership with IPSOS:

  • While 75% of Europeans surveyed believe that public services are increasingly digitalised, only 62% of them believe that they are increasingly easy to use.
  • The French confirm their confidence in the Government’s ability to develop digital public services (44%). This is much more optimistic than their neighbours in Germany (10%), UK (19%), Norway (29%), or even Spain (38%).
  • As part of this digitalisation, European citizens favour local support provided by a universal agent (71% in France, 78% in the United Kingdom, 64% in Spain) rather than having to travel to meet with a specialist.
  • Ultimately, data protection remains a key issue, with 67% of European citizens surveyed fearing that someone else might have access to their personal data.

The transformation of public services is still very heterogeneous. In Europe, it is necessary to meet the new expectations of citizens while guaranteeing the digital inclusion of all users. The barometer also reveals a disparity in services, between the expectations of citizens and the services they consider to be the most advanced.

Tags :
Digital Gouv’ 2019 digital-gov2019-booklet_en

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EU & Public Sector Business Unit Director

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Deputy Director EU & Public Sector

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Country Manager Luxembourg

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