2010 - EESSI - Electronic Exchange of Social Security Information
EESSI - Electronic Exchange of Social Security InformationRO perspective Bianca Culea - CNPAS
EESSI Architecture: CI CI CI CI CI Member National CI National State 2 Network Network CI Member CI State 1 EESSI International Network sTESTA CI Member State 3 National Network CI Member National State “n” Network CI CI CI Member CI National National State 4 Network Network CI CI CI CI CI Coordination Access CI Competent Node Point InstitutionSource: European Commission
RO – 4 Access Points:Access Point Covered areas Pension, Legislation Applicable and Work ApRO04 Accidents and Occupational Diseases ApRO03 Sickness ApRO02 Family Benefits Unemployment ApRO01
International part National part of Access Point of Access Point CI CI CI Member State 1 Access Point Electronic contact point EESSI International National National International Network traffic traffic Network Member State 2 International Internal National EESSI Protocol “Bridging” EESSI Protocol Network for Protocol Social Security Access International Part National Part of Competent Point of Access Point Access Point CI InstitutionSource: European Commission
Routing Architecture:5 MS CI 1 D 1 (SP A) WEBIC AP-RI IPAP NPAP Original message Messages in DB sent to CI 1 DB and seen by user: EMS CI1-D1 EMD (found in DS) CI1 (SP A) WEBIC Adapter D 2 (SP B) CI1-D2 ICD1 ICD2 XML NA CN Adapter CI2 NA Adapter Messages in DB DB and seen by user: CI1 (SP B) DB Custom Routing CI 2 NA Messages in DB: Depending on a parameter in the body CI1 (SP A) of the SED DB Messages in DB CI2 and seen by user: (SP=SED Parameter) CI1 (SP B) CI2 Page 5
General schedule – Master Directory dataupload:
EESSI - April 2010 - RO Status: 4 APs established AP’s Administrators and Managers established CN/Master Directory content for all 4 APs uploaded S - testa connected for all 4 APs Training on PAI and MMI for all 4 APs staff PAI and MMI RO related information checked (minor modification still needed) PAI translation (RO) done.
RO target: January 2011 - ???Integration of EESSI into national environment, reengineeringnational application Six Testing Member States to Mid October 2010 test ALL the components of ↓ the EESSI system 31 November 2010 End User and national administrator training for all 1 December 2010 Installation, configuration of various EESSI components for ↓ all and testing. 28 February 2011 1 March 2011 A testing campaign of exchanges with the WEBIC will be ↓ organises for the non testing Member States will be 1 Mai 2011 organised with
Trainings:September 2010 until the end of November,trainings for national users and administratorwill take place.The purpose of the training is to prepare theMember States for the installation,configuration, administration and the use ofthe Reference Implementation and the WEBIC.
General schedule: Bid preparationconditionality: Documentation – final versions: June 2010 - ICD2 and Protocol Design Document middle of August : Coordination Node, Reference Implementation, WEBIC So,………………….Bid preparation can start……!
RO & EESSI:• from January 2011, once the local EESSI components are installed, Member States will be in a position to start establishing the connexion of EESSI to their national environment through the ICD2 interface by adapting/configuring national connectors and developing or reengineering national applications.
RO: Bid scope:Required hardware for 4 APs• NPAPs development• National Applications reengineering and APs integration• Technical support• Trainings
Ro – “EESSI enabled” scenario:• June – October 2010 – Bid preparation and launch• November – December 2010 – Bid evaluation• January - February 2011 – IPAPs installations and tests• May 2011 – NPAPs & National Applications first release• June 2011-October 2011 – NPAPs & National Applications and EESSI integration tests• December 2011 – RO EESSI “enabled”