Responsible for research and studies in ICT to National Centre for Public Administration and Local Government
Anastasia Papastilianou has been responsible for research and studies in ICT for the past two years. She was also Head of Documentation and Innovation Unit of EKDDA and Coordinator of www.opengov.gr and she was responsible for Open Consultations, Open Calls for Recruitment of experts, Secretaries General and special Officers, and Revocable officials in Greece for four years. Furthermore, she was coordinator of the Open Administrative Repository on Human Research and Studies for Public Administration along with the Innovative and Open Participatory Labs and Workshops.
She has also worked for the National School for Public Administration (ESSDA) and was responsible for the Department of Management of Information Systems. Additionally she has previously been an IT and studies officer at the Institute of Training (INEP) as well as a statistician at the Hellenic Statistical Authority.
She has immense higher educational teaching experience in various fields such as e-Government, Statistics, ICT subjects, Project Management and BPR.
Interoperability amongst public sector systems, services and data becomes a critical enabler for the digital transformation of public administration, the provision of new and user-centric public services, and for the implementation of the “once-only” principle. In March 2017, the new European Interoperability Framework was published by the European Commission introducing new elements and setting new requirements for the […]