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Driving interoperability. Serge Novaretti. Disclaimer. I am not an official spokesperson of the European Commission This presentation provides technical information on the ISA programme and other related actions of the European Commission

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disclaimer
Disclaimer
  • I am not an official spokesperson of the European Commission
  • This presentation provides technical information on the ISA programme and other related actions of the European Commission
  • This presentation should not be considered as an official European Commission position on anything
  • Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on its behalf is responsible for the use that might be made of the information contained in this presentation
digital agenda interoperability actions
Digital Agenda Interoperability Actions

The Commission will :

  • “Promote interoperability by adopting in 2010
    • European Interoperability Strategy
    • European Interoperability Framework”

Member States should :

  • “Apply the European Interoperability Framework at national level by 2013
  • Implement commitments on interoperability and standards in the Malmö and Granada Declarations by 2013”
european public service
European public service

‘a cross-border public sector service supplied by public administrations, either to one another or to European businesses and citizens’

definition of interoperability
Definition of Interoperability

"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“

eis approach
EIS Approach

+

Cross fertilisation

Improve existing

Develop new (needs-based)

frameworks and guidelines

clusters and accompanying measures
Clusters and accompanying measures

VISION

Accompanying

Measures

Interoperability

Architecture

ICT Implications

of new legislation

Trusted

Info Exchange

IOP

Awareness

Best

Practice

Sharing

Legislation

Sustainability

IOP

Architecture

Expertise

Support

& Method

Semantic

IOP

Info

Availability

& Usage

Trust &

Privacy

Catalogue

of services

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european interoperability framework eif
European Interoperability Framework (EIF)
  • The purpose of the EIF is
    • To promote and support the delivery of European Public Services by fostering cross-border and cross-sectoral interoperability
    • To guide public administrations' efforts in providing European Public Services to businesses and citizens
    • To complement and tie together the various National Interoperability Frameworks (NIF's) in a European dimension
eif 12 underlying principles
EIF: 12 Underlying principles
  • The first sets the frame for community action in the area of European Public Services
    • Subsidiarity and Proportionality
  • The next group reflect generic user needs and expectations
    • User Centricity, Inclusion and Accessibility, Security and Privacy, Multilingualism, Administrative Simplification, Transparency, Preservation of Information
  • The last group provides a foundation for collaboration between public administrations
    • Openness, Reusability, Technological Neutrality and Adaptability, Effectiveness and Efficiency
openness and interoperability
Openness and interoperability
  • Within the context of the EIF, openness is the willingness of persons, organisations or other members of a community of interest …
    • to share knowledge
    • to stimulate debate within that community of interest

… having as ultimate goal the advancement of knowledge and the use thereof to solve relevant problems

  • Interoperability involves the sharing of information and knowledge between interacting organisations, hence implies openness
objectives of the eia action
Objectives of the EIA action

A joint vision for an architecture facilitating interoperability

1

To assess the need and the relevance of having common infrastructure services as part of that architecture.

2

eu interoperability agreements
EU Interoperability Agreements

Interoperability Architecture Solutions

Interoperability Agreements

InteroperabilityNeeds & Requirements

Legal

Legal

Standardised

Organisational

Organisational

Semantic

Semantic

Central

(EU)

Federated

(Member State)

Technical

Technical

Not Standardised

get involved
Get involved !

Visit, register and start collaborating on:

OSOR.eu visit www.osor.eu

SEMIC.eu visit www.semic.eu

ePractice visit www.epractice.eu

for further information
For further information

ISA website: http://ec.europa.eu/isa

European Commission

Directorate-General for Informatics

European eGovernment Services

B-1049 Brussels – Belgium

isa@ec.europa.eu

Thank you!