We will discuss organisational and cultural interoperability challenges

Join us at the next signatory meeting on 09 March

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Gabriela Ruseva
Project Coordinator

The next Living-in.EU signatories meeting will take place on 09 March 2023 at 14h00-16h30 online via Microsoft Teams. It is titled "Workshop on organisational and cultural interoperability issues arising in local administrations when establishing local, regional or national data spaces or local digital twins" and is hosted by Wavestone. Wavestone are conducting a study for DG CNECT of the European Commission on the same topic.

The workshop is organised in the context of this study and is part of a broader set of consultation activities collecting the views of relevant stakeholders on the matter. Following a first phase of stakeholders’ consultations focused on specific use cases of Valencia, Helsinki, Amsterdam and Florence, this workshop will be an opportunity to:

  • provide you with an overview of the main findings on organisational and cultural interoperability challenges;
  • discuss and gather your feedback on the identified challenges;
  • learn from the experiences and achievements of others in the field of organisational and cultural interoperability; and
  • be informed about the next steps of the study.

The workshop will be highly interactive and will be held via Microsoft Teams in English.

For more info, check out the event here

Register here.

For any questions, contact us at gabriela.ruseva@eurocities.eu.

We are looking forward to seeing many signatories at the event!


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