Interoperability of contact tracing apps

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Dear Commission,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

- All documents (including memos, minutes, e-mail, contracts, etc.) related to the agreement between the Commission, SAP and T-Systems on 31 July, 2020 on the development and deployment of a software platform for the cross-border exchange of coronavirus warnings (interoperability gateway for contact tracing apps)

- All internal documents of the Commission (e.g. working group meeting minutes, memos, e-mails, etc.) and exchanges with member states and external stakeholders (i.e. Google, Apple, etc.) on the interoperability of contact tracing apps

Yours faithfully,

Alexander Fanta
netzpolitik.org
Rue de la Loi 155
1040 Bruxelles
Belgique

Generalsekretariat der Europäischen Kommission

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