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EPSA 2017 Best Practices are published now!

34 cases from 18 European countries and EU institutions/agencies were identified as Best Practices by our external and independent evaluators (academics, practitioners or PA consultants).
These best practices were identified following the first two steps of the EPSA evaluation methodology: Firstly, all applications underwent an online evaluation. In a second step, the evaluators met in Maastricht on 22-23 June to come to a consensus on the projects they had assessed and to identify those cases submitted to EPSA 2017 that will be awarded a Best Practice Certificate (BPC).

What is next?
A number of projects have been shortlisted for validation onsite visits, this being the next step of the evaluation process. The projects qualifying for the onsite visits have already been contacted by the EPSA Team.

The best practices, nominees and prize winners will be presented during a three-day high-level final event and award ceremony in Maastricht (NL) on 20-22 November 2017 and all EPSA 2017 submitters are most welcome to attend these events. Following a well-established tradition, the various events will take place at three different venues in Maastricht, i.e. the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA), the Maastricht Town Hall and the Provincial Government Buildings on the Meuse respectively.

Visit http://bit.ly/2sbTZY8 for more information and read the EPSA newsletter from June 2017.