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  1. Presentation of MODINIS Interoperability Study at Local and Regional LevelEUPAN – eGov Working Group9-10 November 2006 Sylvia Archmann European Institute of Public Administration, NL

  2. CONSORTIUM • EIPA - European Institute of Public Administration • CERTH/ITI - Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Informatics and Telematics Institute • Ifib - Institut für Informationsmanagement Bremen GmbH

  3. MODINIS PROGRAMME • Lot 1: Study and services for the reinforcement of exchange of good practices in eGovernment (Bearing Point) – GPF • Lot 2: Study on interoperability at local and regional level • Lot 3: Study on identity management in eGovernment (Univ. of Leuven)

  4. MAIN OBJECTIVES • Intensify the exchange of information on practical eGovernment interoperability (IOP) experiences at local and regional level • Support further actions to improve cross-border and pan-European IOP • Identify and analyse cases in IOP to be fed into the Good Practice Framework (GPF) Portal (www.egov-goodpractice.org)

  5. FOUR WORK PACKAGES • Exchange of experiences (4 formal workshops) and case studies in interoperability (IOP) – ifib • Local and regional interoperability study – CERTH/ITI • Dissemination (including local workshops) and promotion of progress and take-up of interoperability – EIPA • Project management – EIPA

  6. WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES • To highlight the potential of semantic interoperability in eGovernment in administrative practice (cases studies) • To provide an opportunity for exchange and learning between Champions and Interested Parties

  7. EXPECTED RESULTS • A learning experience for the participants, information sharing and community building • Better knowledge and understanding of the information needs of stakeholders in interoperability • Endorsement of the case studies • Guidance for the study

  8. UPCOMINGEVENTS • 4th Formal Workshop • 30 January 2007, Brussels (BE) • Topic: Key success factors and recommendations on interoperability • Objective: Disseminating the final results of the Study on Interoperability at Local and Regional Level • 4th Local Workshop • 24 November 2006, Valencia (ES) • Cases providing common infrastructure for local and regional eGovernment services • in cooperation with the iSummit, Regional Government of Valencia, 22nd to 24th November 2006, Valencia (ES) • Any interest?

  9. Study on Good Practice in Interoperability

  10. Contents • Interoperability (IOP) Study Objectives • Contents of IOP Study • Layers of IOP • Status Reports in MS • Recommendations • Your Involvement and Future Steps

  11. Objectives To conduct a study on local and regional interoperability to cover the following: • Status of local and regional interoperability in member states • Key success factors of local and regional interoperability • Key barriers of local and regional interoperability • Recommendations to different stakeholders

  12. Overview • One of the project’s objectives is to “conduct a good practice study for interoperability at local and regional level” • The Study is conducted in an incremental manner • A new version is issued every 4 months • So far, fifth versions have been prepared • The sixth (last) version is due at the end of December and will also consider the Workshop results

  13. IOP Study Contents • Current (Fifth) version of the Study (D2.6) includes: • Introduction on • eGov and IOP definitions • IOP analysis framework • Status Report on IOP at local and regional level in member states • Detailed Reports for Austria, Estonia, Germany and the UK • Short Reports for all remaining MS • Important Findings • From surveying the stakeholders’ information needs • From analysing 109 eGovernment IOP good practice cases • Key Success Factors and Barriers with regards to organisational, semantic and technical IOP as well as IOP governance • Recommendations • Brief descriptions of 12 cases presented at workshops and analysed by WP1

  14. eGovernment IOP eGovernment Interoperability is the ability of public authorities’ ICT systems and business processes to share information and knowledge within and across organisational boundaries in order to better support the provision of public services as well as strengthen support to public policies and to democratic processes

  15. Layers of Interoperability ORGANISATIONAL INTEROPERABILITY Supporting infrastructure Coordination of business processes SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT (GOVERNANCE) TECHNICAL/SYNTACTIC INTEROPERABILITY

  16. IOP Analysis • Governance of interoperability Governance of IOP is concerned with political, legal and structural conditions, which are relevant for developing and using interoperable applications. • Technical interoperability This aspect of interoperability covers the technical issues of linking computer systems and services. • Semantic interoperability This aspect of interoperability is concerned with ensuring that the precise meaning of exchanged information is understandable by any other application that was not initially developed for this purpose. • Organisational interoperability This aspect of interoperability is concerned with defining business goals, modelling business processes and bringing about the collaboration of administrations that wish to exchange information and may have different internal structures and processes

  17. Organisational IOP Governance of IOP Semantic IOP Technical IOP Interoperability Aspects

  18. Assessing the status of IOP in Member States National Why Strategy Influence Local Actors Who Ministries, Regions, Committees, Bodies, Councils, etc How Initiatives, Laws/Decisions, Projects Best Practices Methods Reports, Guidelines, Web Sites, Documents, Demos, Applications What Products and Services

  19. Status Reports in Member States (1) • Short Status Profiles on IOP available for all Member States in the fifth version of the study • Status Report on IOP at local and regional level in member states • UK • Germany • Austria • Estonia • The following countries have agreed in providing an enhanced IOP Status Report or validate existing reports (15th November, 2006): • Belgium • Cyprus • Czech Republic • Denmark • Finland • France • Greece • Hungary • Ireland • Italy • Latvia • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Portugal • Romania • Slovenia • Spain • Sweden • The Netherlands

  20. Status Reports in Member States (2) • Contacts missing for the following countries • Malta • Poland • Slovakia Your help in order to validate and enhance IOP Status Reports for these countries will be highly appreciated.

  21. Contents of Study • Introduction • Status of IOP in Member States • Key Success Factors • Barriers • Recommendations • Conclusions • Appendix A: Methodology • Appendix B: Case Studies Profile

  22. Template for drafting MS IOP Profile National Why Strategy Influence Local Actors Who National, Local, Ministries, Committees, Bodies, Councils, etc How Projects, Laws/Decisions, Initiatives, Best Practices Methods Reports, Guidelines, Web Sites, Documents, Demos, Applications What Products and Services

  23. Status UK 1/2 Why: • “Transformational Government Enabled by Technology” • “e-Government Interoperability Framework” • “National Strategy for local e-government” WHO: • Local Government Association • The e-Government Strategic Support Unit • IdeA (Improvement and Development Agency) • eGovernment Unit • e-Government Implementation Support Unit • Local e-Government Standards Body

  24. Status UK 2/2 How: • Pathfinders Programme • Local eGovernment National Projects • The Partnership Programme • National eService Delivery Standards Project • e-Government Support & Capacity Programme What: • Framework for Multi-Agency Environments (FAME) • e-Planning and Regulatory Service Online (PARSOL) • Custodian • Local government XML-schemas • e-Trading Standards National (e-TSN) • The esd-toolkit

  25. Status Austria 1/2 • e-government strategy in Austria is based on: • principles of cooperation • interoperability • strategic bodies and main actors in eGovernment: • ICT Board • E-Cooperation Board • Platform Digital Austria • Communication Architecture Working Group • E-Government Working Group of the federal, regional and local authorities • Austrian Association of Cities and Towns • Austrian Association of Municipalities

  26. Status in Austria 2/2 • strategies driving IOP initiatives for local government: • broad strategies for modernizing government using IT • national eGovernment strategies • national interoperability strategies • local eGovernment strategies • Examples promoting IOP at local level • Portal Group • LDAP.gv.at directory service • EDIAKTII • Help.gv.at

  27. Thank you contact Sylvia Archmann s.archmann@eipa-nl.com