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Tutorial 3 francisco garcia moran

  1. 1. EUROPEAN JOINING UP GOVERNMENTS COMMISSIONInteroperability in the framework of the Digital Agenda for Europe ICEGOV 2011, Tallin Francisco García Morán Director General for Informatics Background 2 1
  2. 2. Union for Innovation EU Platform Youth on against poverty the move EU New qualificatio ns & jobs 2020 Efficient Industrial use of policy resources 3 “Every European Trust fast Very and Enhancing e- Research and Digital Single ICT for social Interoperability Digital” security Internet skills innovation Market challenges and standards Neelie KroesDigital Single Interoper. & Trust & Very fast Research & Enhancing ICT for socialMarket standards security Internet Innovation e-skills challenges 4 2
  3. 3. DAE Status DAE Status 3
  4. 4. DAE Status Colour coded (green, amber, red)Strategy & framework 8 4
  5. 5. From policy to actionLegislation DAE Other CIP-PSP funding A new generation of open, flexibleand seamless eGovernment servicesEfficiency & Pre-conditionseffectiveness Internal market Userempowerment 10 5
  6. 6. Interactions > Interoperability 11Citizen &Business European Public Service Boundary 12 6
  7. 7. European Interoperability StrategyTrusted information exchange• Semantic interoperability Accompanying measures• Information availability and usage• Trust and privacy• Catalogue of services SharingInteroperability architecture best• Interoperability architecture Inter- practices• Expertise support and methodologies operability Using Awareness Collaboration platformsICT implications of new legislation• National and cross-border sector- specific legislation sustainability 14 7
  8. 8. EIF: 12 Underlying principlesNeed for community action – Subsidiarity and ProportionalityUser needs and expectations – User Centricity, Inclusion and Accessibility, Security and Privacy, Multilingualism, Administrative Simplification, Transparency, Preservation of InformationCollaboration – Openness, Reusability, Technological Neutrality and Adaptability, Effectiveness and Efficiency 15 EIF: Public Services Conceptual Model 16 8
  9. 9. ICT 2010 EIF std •new rules for ICT 2011 standards •Guidance on stds standards for eProc •EIF eProc 2013 MS to •MS to apply EIF, apply Malmö & Granada commitments Interoperability 17 and standards Towards an Interoperability Architecture? New Public Service EIA EIA EIA Realisation RIA EIA New Public Service EIA EIA RIA RIA RIA RIA RIA New Public Service EIA RIA RIA RIA TimeAvailable EIA RIA EIA RIA RIA EIA EIA RIA RIA … … EIA EIA RIAAgreements: … RIA … … RIA RIA … 9
  10. 10. Towards an Interoperability Architecture?Examples 20 10
  11. 11. sTESTALSP 11
  12. 12. European Commission PEPPOL PEPPOL Other large Beneficiary influenced Contracting scale pilots Authorities Project Mgt Beneficiaries Awareness Suppliers Industry (esp.SMEs) Business Processes associations & Infrastructure IT industry (software et services) Standardization bodies 23 e-PriorPre-Awarding(planned) Notification Submission AwardingPost-Awarding Customer [Purchase to Pay business process] Purchase Goods Invoice Invoice Requisition Approval Request receipt Order control payment Request Request Order Order Receipt Receipt Contract Catalogue Catalogue Invoice Invoice Quotation Quotation Catalogue Customer Order Quotation Order Billing Payments request processing Supplier [Order to Cash business process] 12
  13. 13. ePrior evolution: e-Trust Ex CIP Gateway e-TrustEx (e.g. PEPPOL Access Point) GUIe-TrustEx data exchange platform Business specific services Toolbox services Security support Submit Bundle Legis- Internal Communication Services Document status Monitoring lation Compe- Document inbox Privacy & Security Services Procurement support tition Query document e-PRIOR Retrieve document e-GREFFE e-COMP View document Binaries Infrastructure services Logging Document Document Service Rendering Validation & workflow & Document Routing & Business Rules Orchestrati Archiving Engine Transformat Engine on Engine ion Engine eID in DAE Digital Single ICT for social Market challenges2011: Revision of the 2012: Propose a Decision eSignature Directive to ensure mutual (towards cross-border recognition of e- recognition and identification and e- interoperability of authentication across secure the EU based on online eAuthentication authentication systems) services to be offered in all Member States. 13
  14. 14. eID study (2009): Identity resources No ID; 5 Fingerprint NA; 6 data; 5 Deploying eID cards; 13 6: public, 7: privatePaper; 12 No plans; 21 Biometrics eID cards biometric data not reported as an authentication method for specific eGovernment applications in any country Mobile phone based id solutions: 8 countries have, 21 have no plans eID study (2009): Analysis Countries (out of 32) Use PKI systems 27 Use username/password 22 Single factor 19 Multifactor (password lists) 7 Password calculators 2 Mobile based auth 2 18 countries (56%) have some form of multilevel authentication policy, only 5 have formally adopted Only 2 countries have a specific legal framework with regard to entity authentication 14
  15. 15. Challenges to the cross border use of national eIDs: 1)Identification other than national id. Numbers 2)Common European level authentication assurance policy feasible?Source: http://ec.europa.eu/idabc/en/document/6484.html STORK – Member State involvement Member States/EEA - STORK Member States Ref Group STORK Candidate Countries 15
  16. 16. STORK CITIZEN CITIZEN Opportunities for public and private sectorCITIZEN CITIZEN CITIZEN 31 STORK – Pilots Cross-border Auth. Platform Safer Chat Student Mobility Electronic Delivery Change of Address ECAS/STORK 16
  17. 17. ECAS30.000 internalusers > 500 web applications10.000 inter-institutionalusers500.000.000 citizens ECAS/STORK objective: enhance European Commission electronic services by Member States’ electronic identities 17
  18. 18. ECAS2011 / 2010NovemberAugust STORK MilestonesJune 2010 2010 January 2010 ECAS ETS Large Scale Pilots – Interaction Transport Infrastructure Company Dossier Company ID Citizen ID Citizen ID Transport Infrastructure Company Dossier Company ID Citizen ID Citizen ID Privacy Privacy 18
  19. 19. IF YOU ALWAYS DOWHAT YOU ALWAYS DID,YOU ALWAYS GETWHAT YOU ALWAYS GOT 37 Thank you 38 19

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