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The Belgian interoperability implementation and the European Interoperability framework are explained. Presentation held by Mr. Frank Leyman, within the first session of the FORUM „INFORMATION ...

The Belgian interoperability implementation and the European Interoperability framework are explained. Presentation held by Mr. Frank Leyman, within the first session of the FORUM „INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN GOVERNMENT”, dedicated to interoperability, held at Chisinau, January 16th 2012.

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    • BELGIAN PUBLIC SECTOR INTEROPERABILITY Frank LEYMAN January 16th, 2012 Chisinau
    • Agenda• General e-Government context• Belgian interoperability implementation (FSB)• European Interoperability framework (ISA)
    • E-Government• “E-government focuses on better services for citizens and businesses and more effective use of the Government’s information resources. It sets a strategic direction for the way the public sector will transform itself by implementing business models which exploit the possibilities of new technology” Office of the e-Envoy (UK - 2002)
    • E-Government“Putting lipstick on a bulldog”
    • • Multiple FPS• Multiple Regions• Multiple technologies• Back-Office integration © Fedict 2009. All rights reserved | p. 5
    • e-gov guiding principles Total Solution (integrated services) “I will say it only once” – Authoritative [Data] Source (even between governments) – limit admin. formalities Customer focus / User friendly Transparent & Respect for Privacy No digital divide (channel neutral) Minimal cost / reliable / available / performance
    • How to manage Public Sector Data?• Every FPS to manage its own data• Only authoritative sources – Liability – Quality• Access via HUB’s – HUB Fedict (Federal Service Bus) – HUB CBSS (Social Security) – HUB eHealth – …
    • Authoritative Source Management MANAGE MANAGE MANAGE COLLECTION HISTORY DISCLOSURE & QUALITY Create Read Update Delete
    • Federal Back-office infrastructure
    • Rules of the Game• Respect of: – Proportionality – Finality• Political Management: – Ministers• Technical & Operational Management: – Fedict in collaboration with ICT of the FPS’s (=> PICTS)• Data Privacy Management: – Privacy Commission
    • DATA CONSUMER PRIVACYCOMMISSION ACCESS RIGHT HUB ACCESS RIGHT DATA PROVIDER
    • How to setup a services catalogue that is appealing to society?• Convert all products/tools into services• Add: – Detailed Service description – Practical info on: • Where to order – how to install – what cost - … – SLA LEGAL – Service desk SERVICE MGNT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE IT
    • FAS ROLE MANAGEMENT MAGMA WCMSFast2Web eLOKET ONLINE APPLICATIONSePAYMENT I FSB APPLICATION INTEGRATIONDIGIFLOW A MIDDLEWARE M FEDMAN VAMCERTIFICATE INFRASTRUCTURE PKI DSS
    • BELGIAN INTEROPERABILITY IMPLEMENTATION (FSB)
    • Introducing FSB
    • Introducing FSB Fedict’s answer: Consumer Service Oriented Architecture (SOA); the Federal Service Supplier Supplier Bus Supplier
    • FSB approach : Open Approach WEB Application WEB Application Regional or security + trust Local SB Federal Service Bus FEDMAN Federal Authentic sources Local or Regional Authentic sources
    • FSB concept : Fedict facilitates access to Authoritative sources via web services and FSB NotaryFSB RN• Federal Service Bus• One uniqueconnection todifferent back-ends XML XML• Secured access Web RBis
    • FSB Governance Catalogue of FSB ServicesService Architects Service Managers Service Providers & Consumers SOA governance and management applicationsTaxonomy & information management Service lifecycle management Service discoverySOA conformance Service publication / advertising / Service connection guidance promotionPolicy establishment & management Service due diligence Change & impact analysisReporting Service request & registration Service / usage reporting Service Registry / Repository
    • FSB Services Reusable services  Person Services  Get information from different registers (National register and Social Security)  Combine these into a useful business service  Enterprise Services  ConsultKBO  Different specialized services Application specific services  E-depot  4th way  E-birth  …
    • Europe : proposed service taxonomy
    • FSB use cases : PersonService Task services Entity services Utility services Rijksregister Get Person service NR Search NREntity access Person service service service Manage Person service Social SecurityConsumers SSREntity SSR Person service access Legacy service service
    • FSB use cases : PersonService Task services Entity services Utility services Rijksregister Get Person service NR Search NREntity access Person service service service Manage Person service Social SecurityConsumers SSREntity SSR Person service access Legacy service service Composed Basic logic Basic data public service service service
    • FSB use cases : eDepotObjective : Create a Belgian Company in 3 days (1 day for eDepot) PersonServices Access Authentic Sources Enterprise Services Notary fills a digital deed using data coming from the authentic sources Maximum 1 day Create & Activate Entreprise eDepot The notary electronically signs the document, and securely submits it to the eDepot services Deposit digital deed to Justice Workflow Send Abstracts to Monitor for publication Few Minutes later, the notary receives a company number > The client can use this number to start his activities
    • FSB use cases : eDepotObjective : Create a Belgian Company in 3 days (1 day for eDepot) PersonServices AccessLife event Authentic Sources Basic logic Notary fills a digital deed using data Enterprise Services service coming from the authentic sources Maximum 1 day Create & Activate Entreprise eDepot The notary electronically signs the document, and securely submits it to the eDepot services Deposit digital deed to Justice Workflow Send Abstracts to Process Monitor for publication Public Few Minutes later, the notary receives a company number Service > The client can use this number to start his activities
    • FSB use cases : Police-on-WebFSB use cases : eBirth RRN eLoket Police Back end
    • FSB use cases : Police-on-WebFSB use cases : eBirth RRN Basic logic service eLoket Police Back end
    • FSB use cases : eBirthHospital eHealth National Register Munipality of residence Social Security Munipality place of birth
    • FSB use cases :Basic logic eBirth service Hospital eHealth National Register Munipality of residence ProcessLife event Public Service Social Security Munipality place of birth
    • Conclusion : the taxonomy works for us Life event Process Public Service Composed public serviceBasic data Basic logic service service
    • EUROPEAN INTEROPERABILITY INITIATIVES (ISA)
    • What is Interoperability?In the ISA context, interoperability means thefacilitation of cross-border and cross-sectorinformation exchange, taking into account legal,organisational, semantic and technical aspects.
    • IDABC EIF• European Interoperability Framework• 3 dimensions : – Organisational Interoperability – Semantic Interoperability – Technical Interoperability
    • The Trend• European public administrations provide more and more of their services online to businesses and citizens.• The Single Market enables citizens and businesses to move, work, travel and study freely within the EU.• This requires increased collaboration between European public administrations to settle the associated formalities.
    • The VisionEfficient and effective electronic cross-borderand cross-sector interaction between Europeanpublic administrations. – share and reuse existing successful eGovernment solutions – Flexible and interlinked IT systems allow smooth implementation of Community policies and activities.
    • The contribution of the ISA program• Providing an architectural framework for the seamless exchange of information between IT systems of Member States: – Development of guidelines and methodologies for cross- border ICT solutions.• Fostering development of generic tools and services which can be used by all public administrations.• Industrialisation of existing infrastructure service components and tools for generalised reuse.• Pooling of resources across the Member States through the coordination, exchange of experiences and good practices.
    • KEY PRINCIPLES
    • STAKEHOLDERS
    • BENEFICIARIES• Directly – National public administrations from Member States, – Candidate Countries, – Countries of the European Economic Area, – Third countries (but their costs are not covered). – Regional and local administrations – The services of the European Commission• Indirectly – European businesses and citizens (profiting from a more efficient delivery of public services).
    • The ISA activities
    • EU pilots that work on cross-border interoperability© fedict 2011. All rights reserved
    • Overview of LSP’s Collaborations Transport Infrastructure Company Dossier Company ID Infrastructure Citizen ID Transport Citizen ID Transport Infrastructure Company Dossier Company ID Citizen ID Citizen ID Privacy Privacy
    • Frank LEYMANFrank.leyman@fedict.behttp://www.fedict.be