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The aim of the project is to:

Develop a transnational innovation system and cluster capable of creating sustainable e-services within the Atlantic Arc.

Specific objectives are to:
  • Develop the tools, methods and approaches for building transnational public e-services.
  • Use the tools to create a number of transnational multilingual public e-services
  • Develop and pilot innovation process designed to successfully transfer products developed by the public sector for wider use in a sustainable manner
Brittany, France
CPMR/CRPM   (Partner)
Project Extension Dissemination

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Cantabria, Spain
CTL Cantabria   (Partner)
Development of Port Management System

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Cantabria, Spain
EMCANTA   (Partner)
Transnational Services Portal & Contact Center

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Cardiff, United Kingdom
Cardiff Council   (Partner)
Contribution to Work Groups

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Derry & Strabane, United Kingdom
Derry City & Strabane District Council   (Partner)
Contribution to Work Groups

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Donegal, Ireland
Donegal County Council   (Partner)
Building Transnational e-Administration Services

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Donegal, Ireland
ERNACT Network   (Partner)
Lead Partner; providing project management, communication and innovation support

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Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Dept. of the Environment (NI)   (Partner)
Contribution to Work Groups

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San Sebastián, Spain
Fomento de San Sebastián   (Partner)
Contribution to Work Groups

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Digital Atlantic is a consultation among Europe's Atlantic regions to help identify their digital agenda needs for the period 2014 - 2020. It is expected to be completed by may 2014.

The initiative is a joint venture between the regions participating in two complimentry networks, i.e., ERNACT and the CPMR Atlantic Arc Commission

The approach is to engage directly with the Atlantic regions to discover their digital development priorities, project ideas and transnational cooperation needs. This will be achieved using a mixture of workshops, on-line collaboration tools and social media channels.

For practical purposes, the work is divided into three categories, each of which also form the topic of a workshop. Interested public authorities, universities, research centres and companies may attend and participate.
  1. ePublic Services - particularly how cloud, big data, social media and open data is transforming public service design and delivery (North West Ireland)  23 Jan 2014
  2. Innovation Platforms - how new innovation paradigms, enabled by the growth of Internet models, will effect economics, business and job creation (San Sebastian, Spain) 13 March 2014
  3. High Speed Broadband - High Speed Broadband needs and plans, particularly in rural parts of the Atlantic (Santander, Spain) 7 April 2014 
It is intended to present the results at the CPMR Atlantic Commission General Assembly in Bordeaux, France 25 April 2014

Digital Atlantic is the last phase of the Atlantic Area Public Services project which developed a number of transnational e-services and in the conext of public sector innovation.

Core ERNACT regions
Newfoundland & Labrador
South Ostrobothnia
West Romania
San Sebastián
Derry & Strabane
United Kingdom