Workshop on addressing the barriers to IPv6 adoption – Brussels

Brussels, 24 May 2018

The first workshop was held in Brussels on 24 May 2018. The focus was on identifying barriers to IPv6 deployment, discussing possible solutions based upon lessons learned from first-mover Member States.

The workshop found that:

  • many technical barriers to IPv6 deployment have been overcome;
  • the primary barriers to IPv6 deployment in public administrations today are organisational, administrative and budgetary; and
  • the motivation to take an interest and proactive approach to the IPv6 transition is not always there.

The agenda, and presentations given by the workshop speakers, can be accessed via the links below.

Workshop Addressing IPv6 Barriers AGENDA

Workshop 1 – 01 – DIGIT – Emanuel Baldacci

Workshop 1 – 02 – CONNECT – ISA2 Action IPv6 for Governments

Workshop 1 – 03 – Barriers to IPv6 Adoption – Overview

Workshop 1 – 04 – DE Case Study – Constanze Bürger

Workshop 1 – 05 – DE Case Study – Gerold Gruber

Workshop 1 – 06 – ES Case Study – Cristina Ramos

Workshop 1 – 07 – BE Case Study – Bart Hanssens

Workshop 1 – 08 – NL Case Study – P.I. van Beijnum

Workshop 1 – 09 – State of Public Administration Adoption

Workshop 1 – 10 – CONNECT – Open Interaction

Workshop 1 – 11 – Questions for the Discussion Session

Workshop 1 – 12 – CONNECT – Wrap-up and Next Steps

Workshop 1 – 13 – Proposed Agenda for Workshop II

Workshop 1 – 14 – Resources for Member States