The European Digital Innovation Hub for Digital Governance (GR digiGOV-innoHUB) , a project coordinated by  GRNET S.A. – National Infrastructures for Research and Technology,, addresses the 1st call for innovative proposals to start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises, with the aim of addressing key issues that concern citizens and businesses, in their relations with the Public Administration.

The invitation is addressed to companies with experience and expertise in Artificial Intelligence (AI), High Performance Computing (HPC), Cyber ​​Security and 5G.

The areas in which interested companies can submit their proposals are:

1. Multilingual access to

2. Citizen’s digital assistant

3. Artificial Intelligence in Justice

4. Digital access for people with disabilities

5. Addressing the problems and impacts of recent disasters

Electronic submission of proposals until 27/11/2023, at 15:00 , at the following address: 

Information day (InfoDay), technical questions for interested companies: For more complete information and to answer candidates’ questions, an online information event will be held on 14/11/2023 at 17:00. Registration for participation in the Info day:

The GR digiGOV – innoHUB hub will provide the participants with the required services, know-how and infrastructure for the completion of the proposed solutions and will evaluate at intermediate stages the evolution of the readiness of the solution, as well as the digital maturity of the entities involved, in order to formulate a development plan of the required skills and transfer of know-how.

The 1st call for innovative technological proposals for the Public Sector is part of the strategic plan of the GR digiGOV-innoHUB Hub for Digital Governance, which will ensure the best functioning of the Public Sector, with transparency, as well as improving the experience of citizens and businesses in their daily interaction with the State.

The European Digital Innovation Hub for Digital Governance (GR digiGOV-innoHUB) supports the development of new generation public services for Central Administration, Local Government and the productive sectors of the economy, leveraging advanced technologies such as AI , Blockchain , IoT , mobile Internet , Cloud and High Performance Computing , with open software, open data and open standards . In addition, it encourages the development of partnerships between the public and private sectors, the academic and research community and civil society, for the rapid development of efficient and sustainable digital solutions that will contribute to the evolution of the public sector into an investor and buyer of innovative solutions.

The project is co-financed by the Digital Europe Program – grant agreement no.101083646- and the Competitiveness Operational Program 2021-2027.