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Technological base interoperability

Technological base:Interoperability

Tsvetanka Kirilova

Ministry of TITC

Bulgaria


European interoperability framework

European Interoperability Framework

‘Interoperability, within the context of European public service delivery, is the ability of disparate and diverse organisations to interact towards mutually beneficial and agreed common goals, involving the sharing of information and knowledge between the organisations, through the business processes they support, by means of the exchange of data between their respective ICT systems.’


Interoperability levels

Interoperability levels


The legal framework

The legal framework

  • 2001 – Law for the Electronic Document and Electronic Signature;

  • 2003 – Strategy for Bulgarian e-Government;

  • 2006 – Bulgarian Interoperability Framework;

  • 2007 – Law on e-Governance;

  • 2008 – 6 ordinances, accompanying Law on e-Governance (The documents take into account the Bulgarian Interoperability Framework (2007-2008), as well).

  • 2010 – e-Governance Strategy 2011-2015- In accordance with Malmo and Granada declarations. e-Governance strategy take into account the new European Interoperability Framework and the European Interoperability Strategy.


Technological base interoperability

The scope of Low on e-governance

STATE AUTHORITY

Activities related to working

with e- documents

Provision of administrative services

Citizens

  • Exceptions:

  • Does not apply to electronic documents containing classified information

  • Does not rescind regulations for paper documents when a particular format or work order are provided

Electronic document exchange between state authorities

STATE AUTHORITY

STATE AUTHORITY


Important obligations

Important obligations..

One-off data collection and creation –

Administrative authorities, persons performing public functions and organizations providing public services cannot require citizens and organizations to submit or prove such data as they should receive them ex officio from the original data controller.

Official notification –

The original data controller should send the data officially to all administrative authorities, persons performing public functions and organizations providing public services, which are required by law to retain the data and have requested to receive them.


Important obligations1

Important obligations..

Automated provision

The notification and request for data provision are carried out in an automated way, electronically.

Obligation for identification

The obligations arise if the citizen, the organization, respectively, have indicated a unique identifier.


Registers of the interoperability

Registers of the interoperability

Register of the participants in the electronic exchange in UEEED

Register of the registers and data

Register of the accredited persons

Register of the information objects

Register of the certified IS

Register of the electronic services

Register of the standards


The heart of interoperability bg

The “heart” of interoperability.bg

The Bulgarian meta-data model consists of definitions for:

Register of the information objects

  • Terms

  • Values

  • Nomenclatures

  • Segments

  • e-Documents

The e-documentsare the 5-th type of information object, liable to registration. This registration guarantees that for every e-document is available free of charge application for viewing or editing.

The main part of the definitions for values, nomenclatures and segments is the corresponding XML- construction.

The process of registration and the Register of the information objects are under regulation of the Ordinance on the Registers of the information objects and the electronic services


The heart of interoperability bg1

The “heart” of interoperability.bg

Register of the information objects

The process of registration and the Register of the electronic services are under regulation of the Ordinance on the Registers of the information objects and the electronic services

Register of the electronic services

Two type of electronic services are under registration: “Primary services”and “Complex services”. The Complex services are “services invoking other services”.

The main subject of the registration is the services interface, represented by e-documents for service request and e-documents for service response(s).


Two important sections of the register of the registers and the data

Two important sections of the Register of the registers and the data

Section “Unified data”

Register of the information objects

Register of the electronic services

Section “Non-unified data”

Section “Non-unified data” consists of data definitions accepted directly from law-texts. Section “Unified data” consists of unified data definitions, corresponding to one or more non-unified data definitions.

The process of registration and the Register of the registers and the data are under regulation of the Instruction on the Register of the registers and the data


About the clearing process

About the “clearing process”

Section “Unified data”

Register of the information objects

Formalization

Unification

Register of the electronic services

Section “Non-unified data”

Laws..

Tree steps to “produce” formalized data definition:

1. Extraction of data definition from law texts and registration as non-unified data definition

2. Unification and registration as unified data definition(s)

3. Formalization (XML- construction building) and registration as formalized data definition

The steps are under regulation of the Ordinance on the Registers of the information objects and the electronic services


About the clearing house

About the “clearing house”

  • Rules for data unification and formalization

  • Data definitions Repository

  • Council for entries

  • Supporting administration


Certification for interoperability compliance

Certification for interoperability compliance

  • Certification for interoperability compliance of Requirements for IT projects

  • Certification for interoperability compliance of Applications for viewing and editing of e-documents

  • Certification for interoperability compliance of Administrative Information Systems

The certification process for interoperability compliance is under regulations of Ordinance on the general requirements for interoperability and information security


Documents exchange between administrations

Documents exchange between administrations

  • The administrations exchange e-documents through Uniform environment for exchange of electronic documents(UEEED)

  • UEEED is a manageable environment for standardized and secure exchange of documents

The creation and maintenance of UEEED is under regulation of Ordinance on the requirements to the uniform environment for exchange of electronic documents


Some ueeed features

Some UEEED features

  • The transferred e-documents are checked for compliance with their definition in the Register of the information objects

  • Two level of addressing in UEEED:

    - Physical level – by IP

    - Logical level – by unique ID, generated at the stage of registration in UEEED

  • The Administrative IS can be connected to the UEEED by integration with UEEED-Client

The Ministry of TITC is building and will maintenance the UEEED. The UEEED-Client will be available free of charge.


The administrations

The administrations

  • Have to accept or reject service requests in unified manner independently of way of transfer

  • Have to support documents exchange by all channels;

  • Have to be represented on the Common Administrative Portal- CAP;

  • The CAP is a single access point for the all of services, supported by all of Bulgarian administrations.


The administrations have to support unified services execution

The administrations have to support unified services execution:

  • Independently of way of transfer of service’s request and response;

  • Independently of requesting side, if the service’s access is permitted for this side;

  • Independently of administration, in a way of services, which are supported by many similar administrations- e.g. municipality administrations;


Two base infrastructures

Two base infrastructures

  • Infrastructure for setting up and maintenance of semantic interoperability

    • MTITCis responsible for setting up

    • The resources of the infrastructure are centralized

  • Infrastructure for e-services support

    • Only UEEED and the general administrative portal are centralized resources

    • Other resources are under support by different administrations and concern identification of persons and organizations, delivering information needed for services execution etc.


Tree levels of services

Tree levels of services

  • Level 1: Services for person and organization identification

  • Level 2: Services for collection of the necessary data for service execution

  • Level 3: Services requested by citizens and organizations


Services for person s and organization s identification

Services for person’s and organization's identification

  • The services use only UEEED for exchange of services request and response

  • The features of UEEED ensures the identification of requester of service for identification of person or organization


Services for collection of the necessary data for service execution

Services for collection of the necessary data for service execution

  • The services use mainly UEEED for exchange of services request and response, but any other channels for document exchange are applicable

  • Those kind of services are requested only after successful identification of requesting person or organization- the services from level 1


Services requested by citizens and organizations

Services requested by citizens and organizations

  • The services use for exchange of services request and response any channels for document exchange, excluding UEEED

  • Two general condition for possible service execution:

    • Successful requester identification, by using services from level 1

    • Successful collection of necessary data from another administrations, by using services from level 2


European public service scenarios

European public service scenarios


About the cross border services exchange

About the cross-border services exchange

Interoperability.eu

Interoperability.bg

Administration 1

UEEED

Request.хх

Gateway

Administration 2

Response.хх

Administration 3

UEEED - Uniform environment for exchange of electronic documents

Administration n

  • A specialized Gateway will connect Bulgarian environment of administrative services with some one else. The Gateway will support:

  • Protocol compatibility with eu-requirements

  • Translation from eu-service specification to bg-service specification and vice versa

  • Control of execution of services, including complex type, in Bulgarian environment of administrative services


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