Abstract: D1.1 addresses the need for a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art. It does so by surveying existing works and solutions related to the topics relevant for mGov4EU. In the mGov4EU DoA, the scope of D1.1 is defined as follows: “This deliverable provides a survey of related work with respect to mobile eID, eDelivery, eGovernment and eGovernance.”
Abstract: D1.2 defines and describes the technical reference architecture of the mGov4EU project and has been created based on pertinent standards and specifications, as far as possible. The document first recalls relevant previous work and suitable CEF building blocks, before it identifies fundamental modules and interfaces to provide a solid basis for further technical work within the mGov4EU project.
Abstract: D1.3 provides an elicitation of major system requirements and a specification of use cases, with a special focus on the three envisioned pilot scenarios (eVoting, Smart Mobility, and Mobile Signature). For this purpose, the document starts from three strategic goals of the mGov4EU project, which is to (1) pave the way for “mobile first” eGovernment procedures across Europe, which (2) smoothly integrate both the eIDAS , as well as the Single Digital Gateway (SDG)  regulation to (3) enable mobile and user-centric cross-border eGovernment processes.
Abstract: D 2.1presents insights to relevant market structure and overviews, stakeholder ecosystems, roles and perspectives. It also dives into User Experience and Design Research and good practices. In addition, it presents Business Model patterns that are relevant for the mGov4EU mobile application.
Abstract: D5.1 is the first iteration of the Ethics and Gender Management Framework for the mGov4EU project. It identifies general ethics and legal compliance objectives that should be assessed, evaluated, and complied with throughout the project, along with practical guidelines to facilitate their implementation.
Abstract:This document presents the initial draft of the transdisciplinary evaluation framework, which is going to be employed to evaluate the pilots conducted in the mGov4EU project in terms of their design and implementation phase. The deliverable starts out with a description of the overall goal of and the alignment with other activities around the pilot evaluation within mGov4EU. It then continues to present the workflow structure of the Task 5.1, outlining the logical embedding of the evaluation framework within the piloting. After this, the methodology of the inherent literature review concerning existing transdisciplinary evaluation approaches is presented, followed by the results of the review. These results are then presented along the currently available pilot descriptions to outline, the reasoning behind the selected indicators for evaluating the pilots.
Abstract:A key requirement for mGov4EU is that the project is executed in full compliance with applicable legislation, including the GDPR, SDGR, and the eIDAS Regulation. This deliverable summarises the applicability of these legal frameworks and identifies the principal consequences for the project.
Abstract: D6.1 defines the dissemination and communication strategy of the mGov4EU (Mobile Cross-Border Government Services for Europe) project. This deliverable aims at describing the mGov4EU strategic plan to steer dissemination and communication activities during the project’s lifetime. This includes defining the objectives, target groups and stakeholders of the project. In addition to this, the plan sets out the objectives, tools, materials, and channels to be exploited to effectively spread mGov4EU activities, achievements, and tangible results to stakeholders.
Abstract: D7.1 shows how quality aspects are considered in a variety of processes and activities within the mGov4EU project. The interrelated quality processes – planning, assurance, and control – have impact on the project work from its start to its end.
Note: This document has gone through the consortium’s internal review process and is still subject to the review of the European Commission. Updates to its content may be made at a later stage.
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