The European Ombudsman opens nominations for the ‘Award for Good Administration 2019’
The European Ombudsman has just launched a call for the second biennial ‘Award for Good Administration’. The award is open to all European institutions, agencies and bodies that have had a visible and positive impact on the lives of EU citizens.
Among last year’s winners in the category of Excellence in citizen/customer focused services delivery, is also EU-OSHA for its jointly developed innovative project to facilitate the translation management of multilingual websites together with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union (CdT).
The nomination period is opened until 31 January 2019, an award ceremony will follow in June 2019.