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EPSA 2007

Brief Flashback to EPSA 2007

2007 marked the establishment of EPSA as a brand name within European public administrations. The first edition of the European Public Sector Award received
  • 320 applications from 25 European countries

    o         25.0% national level 
    o         25.2% regional level 
    o         17.7% local government upper tier 
    o         31.6% local government lower tier
  • Six prizes and 59 diplomas were awarded
The high-level award ceremony took place in Lucerne, Switzerland on 12-13 November 2007, with more than 300 European participants and high-level speakers.

For detailed information about the EPSA 2007 applications, please consult the website www.epsa-projects.eu.

The EPSA 2015 winners are…

Supra-local and local award: Every Child Safe Forever – The Development of Relentless Family Case Management and the End of Parole and Other Court Orders, submitted by the Youth Protection Amsterdam Region (NL)
European, national and regional award: BQ-Portal – The Information Portal for Foreign Professional Qualifications, submitted by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (DE)
Cross-cutting award: Urban Environment and Health, submitted by the Barcelona Provincial Council (ES)
Read more about the EPSA 2015 final event and award ceremony

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