Hellenic Ministry of Administrative Reconstruction
Antonis Ch. Stasis is the Head of the Directorate of Electronic Government in the Hellenic Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction. He has a PhD degree as Computer Engineer from the National Technical University of Athens. His is responsible in the Ministry for structural funds programs and especially for e-Government and administration reform.
He is responsible for projects such as codification of legislation, implementation of eIDAS regulation in Greece, electronic document management and digital signatures, Citizen Service Centers, Greek Government Portal (ERMIS), the Point of Single Contact, and the Public Key Infrastructure. He is national representative in the eIDAS co-operation network.
Moreover he is responsible in the Ministry for European projects such STORK2 project, E- SENS, TOOP.
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