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EIF and NIFO connecting public administrations, businesses, and citizens

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Presentation Miguel Alvarez Rodriguez by at Open Belgium 2018 - http://2018.openbelgium.be/session/eif-and-nifo-connecting-public-administrations-businesses-and-citizens

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EIF and NIFO connecting public administrations, businesses, and citizens

  1. 1. Miguel Alvarez Rodríguez Programme manager of National Interoperability Framework Observatory (NIFO) Directorate-General for Informatics; European Commission EIF and NIFO, connecting public administrations, businesses and citizens OpenBelgium 12th March 2018
  2. 2. Overview of ISA² Programme
  3. 3. CEF Large scale deployments in key domains ISA² Anticipate needs, develop and pilot concrete solutions EIF Convergence & understanding High value added Services for everybody
  4. 4. EIF EUROPEAN INTEROPERABILITY FRAMEWORK Connecting public administrations, businesses and citizens EIF European Interoperability Framework
  5. 5. where interoperability scores high … …digital public services score high Digital public services - Current landscape 7 2017
  6. 6. 2016 alignment •e-Health interoperability framework •eIDAS Regulation – interoperability framework for mutual recognition of IDs •INSPIRE Directive, location interoperability •Connecting Europe Facility building blocks ISA/ISA² programmes DomainspecificEU&national Baseline – EIF 2010 Support by So far so good … 8
  7. 7. EIF Overview Storyline
  8. 8. “We confirm our commitment to the vision laid out in the EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and in the European Interoperability Framework” Ministerial Declaration on eGovernment The Tallinn Declaration, Friday 6 October 2017 SOURCE Tallinn Declaration on eGovernment The political context: Tallinn Declaration
  9. 9. The political context: Tallinn Declaration The Tallinn Declaration recognised that the digital transformation of public administration can be greatly facilitated by interoperability (IoP) SOURCE Tallinn Declaration on eGovernment Procurement Justice HealthIoP 1. Digital-by-default 2. Once-only 3. Trustworthiness and Security 4. Openness and transparency 5. Interoperability by default 6. Horizontal enabling policy steps 7. Cross-border by default
  10. 10. July 19th Ottawa, Canada Dr. Raul M. Abril 12
  11. 11. EU Institutions and Member States to implement Annex 1: Interoperability ActionPlan (5 focus areas, 22 actions) Annex 2: The EuropeanInteroperability Framework Communication, COM(2017) 134, 23 Mar 2017 "European Interoperability Framework – Implementation Strategy" New EIF 2017 (mainly) supported by ISA² 13
  12. 12. 15 EIF Overview: EIF Elements Detailed view of the EIF structure: 1 Conceptual Model 4 Layers of interoperability 12 Underlying Principles 47 Recommendations Base of the questionnaire
  13. 13. EIF Overview: EIF Elements Detailed view of the EIF structure 4 Layers of interoperability
  14. 14. EIF Overview: EIF Elements Detailed view of the EIF structure 12 Underlying Principles
  15. 15. EIF Overview EIF Elements Detailed view of the EIF structure 1 Conceptual Model
  16. 16. July 19th Ottawa, Canada Dr. Raul M. Abril 19
  17. 17. EIF 2017 – example 20 Data is a boost to interoperability and better public service delivery
  18. 18. Use specs such as DCAT-AP (or extensions i.e. GeoDCAT- AP), CPSV-AP, ADMS to describe open data, public services and interoperable solutions EIF 2017 – example 21 Open Standards for local administrations OSLO (Belgium – Flanders) Basic Data program (Denmark) Implementation Examples
  19. 19. 22 EIF Monitoring Mechanism Strategic view VISION Article 1.2 of the ISA² Decision states that "the Commission, through the ISA² programme, shall monitor the implementation of the EIF”. MISSION Establish the degree of implementation of the EIF in Member States through the measurement of specific primary/secondary indicators for each of its 47 recommendations. GOAL Provide each Member State with its level of implementation of the EIF based on a recommendation by recommendation measurement.
  20. 20. 23 EIF Monitoring Mechanism Inputs & benefits › Definition of new primary indicators and reuse of existing indictors from previous NIFO when secondary indicators either do not exist or are not yet available Primary indicators › External indicators from data sources of relevant EC legislation, initiatives and activities that measure interoperability (e.g. Open Data Portal, eGovernment Benchmark Report) Secondary indicators NIFO/EIF Monitoring Mechanism Inputs Benefits Member States gain intelligence on which areas of processes and/or service delivery they could improve The reuse of existing EC indicators streamlines the evaluation process for Member States Provides evidence for potential synergies across EC to further common objectives Member States obtain a granular & concrete measurement of its level of EIF implementation Valuable input for ISA² programme mid-term & final evaluations Further demonstrates the value of IoP as an enabler of digital public services
  21. 21. 24 Analytical Capabilities • Users can find best practices. • View NIFO and eGovernment factsheets. • Find and share their own news and events items. End-users • EU public administrations. • National experts and policy officers. • European Commission. • ICT industry. Scope • NIFO factsheets for 28 EU Member States and EFTA countries. • eGovernment factsheets for 28 EU Member States, EFTA countries, Turkey, FYROM as well as for the European Commission. Main Outputs Users can access: • eGovernment and NIFO factsheets; • Yearly updates to the Analytical Model; • Annual report on the State of Play on Interoperability in Europe. Data Sources • NIFs are updated by the responsible national authorities. • NIFO and eGovernment factsheets are updated by the contracting authority, with data supplied by the national contact points. Towards the new observatory
  22. 22. SEMIC 2018 Semantic Interoperability Conference Linked Digital Public Administrations 14 June 2018 - Sofia, Bulgaria Initiative supported by the ISA2 Programme
  23. 23. Questions?
  24. 24. ISA² programme You click, we link. Stay in touch ec.europa.eu/isa2 @EU_isa2 isa2@ec.europa.eu Run by the Interoperability Unit at DIGIT (European Commission) with 131€M budget, the ISA2 programme provides public administrations, businesses and citizens with specifications and standards, software and services to reduce administrative burdens.

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