Shaping Policy Outcomes for Cloud Computing
Access Partnership helps educate policy-makers about cloud and prevent flawed regulation, shape cloud-friendly regulation that allows companies to extend their offers across new markets and verticals, improve security and user experience, and innovate. At Access Partnership, we offer a start-to-finish service for cloud computing, from best practice and consultation through to monitoring, framing and developing policy.
What Access Partnership Provides
- Data protection and privacy — driving the outcomes of policy debates on data privacy, including around the EU’s Global Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), the draft ePrivacy Regulation, and the development of the Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) in Asia.
- Standards development — promoting cloud standards in key organisations, including the EU, the ITU, and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), and advocating for interoperability of different systems and networks.
- Market access — surveying licensing regimes and assessing policy environments worldwide to identify regulatory barriers to the adoption of cloud computing and ensure market entry for new cloud technologies.
- Strategy development — developing public policy strategies to mitigate the impact of sector-specific guidelines in cloud computing.
- Procurement — promoting adoption of cloud computing by the public sector and shaping rules for government procurement of cloud services, including in the EU, Canada, Nigeria, the US, India, Latin America, the Gulf, and other markets worldwide.
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- Public Procurement and Cloud Service Providers in the United Kingdom
- Public Procurement and Cloud Service Providers in France
- Public Procurement and Cloud Service Providers in Germany
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