Press Release

24/Mar/2011
EPSA 2011 - deadline for applications is extended until 13 April!

The EPSA 2011 is a unique European award for outstanding administrative performances across all levels of the public sector. Institutions from all over Europe are invited to submit their application(s).

Due to the high demand and interest, the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) is offering public administrations across Europe more time to submit applications. The deadline is now extended until 13 April 2011 (24.00hrs CEST)!

So far, applicants from several European institutions and from over 32 European countries have registered, coming from local, regional and national levels of government. The applications span many administrative sectors ranging from employment, gender equality, education and public administration modernisation, to human rights, research and innovation, information society, transport and infrastructure, and public health and social welfare.

This year, the three thematic areas cover:
Theme 1: Smart Public Service Delivery in a Cold Economic Climate
Theme 2: Opening Up the Public Sector through Collaborative Governance
Theme 3: Going Green: Concrete Solutions from the Public Sector

The award winners and nominees for each theme will be presented during a celebratory award ceremony, which will take place on 15-17 November 2011 in Maastricht (NL).

The EPSA 2011 is an award for outstanding administrative performances across all levels of the public sector. Institutions from all over Europe are invited to submit their applications!

For more information, please consult: www.epsa2011.eu
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Note for the editors

Maastricht (NL), 24 March 2011

More information:
Ms Joyce Groneschild, Marketing & Information Coordinator
tel.: +31 (0)43 32 96 357; email: j.groneschild@eipa.eu

Contact address EPSA Team:
Mr Claude Rongione, Information Officer EPSA 2011
tel.: +31 (0)43 32 96 278; email: epsa2011@eipa.eu
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Official partners:
European Commission
Austria
Cyprus
Denmark
Germany
Hungary
Italy
Luxembourg
The Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Switzerland

With the support of the City of Maastricht and the Province of Limburg.

Private sponsors: Nordlicht Management Consultants

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