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09 December 2016

Study on Transparency, Predictability and Efficiency of SSO-based Standardization and SEP Licensing

Published : Fri, 09 Dec 2016 In December 2016, the European Commission published a study assessing issues and solutions related to standard essential patents (SEPs) and the standardisation process.
02 June 2016

Providing clarity for the development of the collaborative economy

Published : Thu, 02 Jun 2016 The collaborative economy is a new and fast-growing area of economic activity based on individual citizens and businesses sharing assets, services and skills via online platforms. It has the potential to increas...
18 April 2016

New rules to help make public procurement more efficient, transparent and SME-friendly

Published : Mon, 18 Apr 2016 The European Union has introduced new public procurement rules which will simplify procedures for public administrations and companies, promote a more socially and environmentally responsible economy, and help t...
15 April 2016

Public consultation on the evaluation on public procurement in defence and security

Published : Fri, 15 Apr 2016 The objective of this consultation is to collect views and input from experts, stakeholders and the wider public on the functioning and impact of Directive 2009/81/EC on defence and security procurement. ...
25 February 2016

Public participation and transparency in the implementation of energy policies

The workshop is part of the JRC activities on collecting and sharing diverse practices for public participation and developing a knowledge centre for transparency governance, in particular for the 'Energy – Transparency centre of knowledge' (E-TRACK).
15 December 2015

BEREC and ERGP adopt a joint opinion on price transparency and regulatory oversight of cross-border parcel delivery

Published : Tue, 15 Dec 2015 A joint working group of BEREC and ERGP adopted on 3 and 10 December a joint opinion on price transparency and regulatory oversight of cross-border parcel delivery, taking into account possible regulatory insigh...