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Andrea Halmos is a Deputy Head of Unit at the European Commission (Unit B2 Interoperability, Directorate-General Informatics – DG DIGIT); helping the digital transformation of public administrations in the EU through interoperability.

Her work includes the negotiation and implementation of the recently published Interoperable Europe Act, with particular focus on the role of interoperability on common European data spaces, AI in the public sector, GovTech and the digital transformation of local and regional administrations. Previously, Andrea has worked for over a decade in the area of digital government.

Her main activities included the development and implementation of the eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020, the promotion of open and modular digital government and supporting the implementation of digital government at local level. During her time in the area of smart cities, she worked on supporting the emergence of AI-enabled Local Digital Twins in the EU.

Prior to joining the European Commission in 2003, she worked for an internet start-up company as a consultant.

Having graduated at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, she received a master's degree in European studies from the College of Europe and from the Université libre de Bruxelles.

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