GLASS puts the individual at the heart of controlling their own relationship with government and business.
GLASS will provide a distributed framework for sharing common services of public administrations across the EU for citizens, businesses and governments. It will create a new paradigm for the sharing and transfer of personal information, with the citizen in control.
A Research and Innovation Project to further democratise the relationship between citizens and governments, funded by the European Commission.
GLASS brings together recognized European SMEs and large enterprises, with universities and public authorities from all parts of Europe, to cooperate for the development of a novel eGovernance paradigm. The multi-disciplinary expertise of each organization, including big data analytics, distributed systems, blockchain, deep learning, innovation & project management, business development, risk management, legal compliance and eGovernment service delivery, as well as the active engagement with stakeholders and end-users throughout every phase of the project, creates a consortium capable of successfully delivering the expected outcomes.
GLASS introduces novel governance services facilitating free movement to citizens and businesses, producing strong social, societal, economic, technological and scientific impact and leading to an advanced egovernment solution aligned fully with the EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and the EU Digital Single Market strategy.
GLASS for CITIZENS
GLASS as an eGovernance paradigm aims to become more responsive to the needs of the citizens, ease the interaction of citizens with governments and increase the participation of citizens in public policies.
GLASS is designed to maintain a common methodology, providing a similar user experience whether dealing with the Public Sector, Private Sector or other citizens.
The citizen is placed at the centre of its own data, attributes and evidence. No matter who the citizen liaises with, the citizen can choose what information is released to its counterparty.
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