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# eSSIF-Lab Project
This repository contains files that subgrantees/beneficiaries of the eSSIF-Lab open calls:
- need, in order to be maximally aware of what other beneficiaries are doing, enabling their solutions to become optimally interoperable.
- create, in order to satisfy the aforementioned needs of the other beneficiaries, and
This repository contains files that subgrantees/subgrantees of the eSSIF-Lab open calls:
- need, in order to be maximally aware of what other subgrantees are doing, enabling their solutions to become optimally interoperable.
- create, in order to satisfy the aforementioned needs of the other subgrantees, and
- create, in order to satisfy eSSIF-Lab overall project requirements, as (will be) stated in this document.
Also, this repository contains some guidance for applicants to any of the eSSIF-Lab open calls.
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3. The [Second Business-oriented call](https://essif-lab-second-business-oriented.fundingbox.com/), which is **expected to launch in late spring 2021**, will be open to SMEs and startups developing commercial SSI-based applications and services with focus in the verticals of HealthTech, eGovernment, Education or competing in the generic track of Open Disruptive Innovation.
## README for Beneficiaries.
## README for subgrantees.
Beneficiaries are the parties that have signed a sub-grant agreement for a project under one of the calls. For each of the calls, we have a README in the directory that contains the material for its beneficiaries, as follows:
Subgrantees are the parties that have signed a sub-grant agreement for a project under one of the calls. For each of the calls, we have a README in the directory that contains the material for its subgrantees, as follows:
- [Business Open Call #1 README](./business-open-call-1/README.md)
- [Infrastructure Call README](./infrastructure-call/README.md)
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## README for eSSIF-Lab Business Open Call #1
The purpose for Business Open Call #1 (BOC#1) is to extend the eSSIF-Lab basic infrastructure/architecture with business solutions that makes it easy for organizations to deploy and/or use SSI, reduce business risks, facilitate alignment of business information, etc.
The purpose for Business Open Call #1 (BOC-1) is to extend the eSSIF-Lab basic infrastructure/architecture with business solutions that makes it easy for organizations to deploy and/or use SSI, reduce business risks, facilitate alignment of business information, etc.
---
For the upcoming period, there are three deadlines. We provide [templates](./templates-for-subgrantees) for each of these:
1. Monday 31 August 2020 EOB: Your solution description ([template](./templates-for-subgrantees/template-project-summary.md))
2. Monday 7 September 2020 EOB: Contribution to SSI and eSSIF-Lab vision and framework ([template](./templates-for-subgrantees/template-contribution-to-vision-and-framework.md))
3. Monday 14 September 2020 EOB: Collaboration within the SSI business ecosystem ([template](./templates-for-subgrantees/collaboration-with-ssi-business-ecosystem.md))
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# BOC-1 - Collaboration with SSI business ecosystem
## The needs of <!--our project-->
<!-- Describe what minimum inputs would you need from the other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees of eSSIF-Lab
- Please check the other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees’ solutions descriptions, e.g. to see what they can provide to your benefit.
- Please contact and communicate with other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees as you see fit.
- Specify the eSSIF-Lab subgrantees or other parties (EU-NGI, US-DHS-SVIP, cross-border, other) that you want to collaborate with, and that you are already working with.
- Identify the eSSIF-Lab subgrantees and other parties would you want to perform interoperability tests with, and what the nature of such tests would be.
-->
## What <!--our project--> may provide
<!-- Advertise the things that you think may be of benefit to other subgrantees. Preferably, be concrete in your offers and specify the specific subgrantee(s) you target with that offer.
-->
# BOC#1 - Project Summary of <!--subproject name-->
# BOC-1 - Project Summary of <!--subproject name-->
For more information, please contact:
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## Summary
<!--Provide a short description of your subproject, that helps other subgrantees to quickly determine what value there is if they work together with you, and/or let their results interact and interop with your results.-->
<!--Provide a *concise* description of your subproject, that helps other subgrantees to quickly determine what value there is if they work together with you, and/or let their results interact and interop with your results.-->
## Business Problem
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## <!--Your own section(s)-->
<!--Include sections for other stuff you want other eSSIF-Lab beneficiaries (including those that applied for other calls) to become aware of.-->
<!--Include sections for other stuff you want other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees (including those that applied for other calls) to become aware of.-->
# BOC#1 - Project Summary of <!--subproject name-->
For more information, please contact:
<!--name of the person to contact-->
<!--ways to contact this person (email, git, slack, others...)-->
<!--Try to be brief, to the point, and concrete in your descriptions. Appropriately refer/link to your own work and/or that of others. -->
<!--Be mindful of the audience you target, which include other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees, project experts that evaluate your work, and other audiences in the NGI-EU community. Make sure your texts help them understand how your work may benefit theirs, what you need of them, and how everything fits together-->
## Summary
<!--Provide a short description of your subproject, that helps other subgrantees to quickly determine what value there is if they work together with you, and/or let their results interact and interop with your results.-->
## Business Problem
<!--Provide a *concise* description of the business problem you focus on. What is the problem? Who needs to deal with it/suffers drawbacks?-->
## (Technical) Solution
<!--Provide a *concise* list of the (concrete) results you will be providing (include a summary description of each of them), and how they (contribute to) solve the business problem(s)-->
## Integration
<!--Provide a precise description of how your results will fit with the eSSIF-Lab functional architecture (or modifications you need). Also, provide descriptions of how your results (are meant to) work, or link together in a meaningful way, both within the eSSIF-Lab family of projects, within EU-NGI, with US-DHS-SVIP, cross-border and/or other.-->
## <!--Your own section(s)-->
<!--Include sections for other stuff you want other eSSIF-Lab beneficiaries (including those that applied for other calls) to become aware of.-->
## README for eSSIF-Lab Business Open Call #2
The purpose for Business Open Call #1 (BOC#1) is to develop commercial SSI-based applications and services with focus in the verticals of HealthTech, eGovernment, Education or competing in the generic track of Open Disruptive Innovation.
The purpose for Business Open Call #1 (BOC-1) is to develop commercial SSI-based applications and services with focus in the verticals of HealthTech, eGovernment, Education or competing in the generic track of Open Disruptive Innovation.
This call is **expected to launch in late spring 2021**, and will be open to (European) SMEs and startups
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