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|[RN04] STORK 2.0||This solution represented a platform which allows people to use their national electronic ID to establish new e-relations with foreign electronic services, which may be operated by public or private service providers. STORK 2.0 extends the STORK platform by allowing legal persons (such as companies) to be represented by physical persons.|
|[RN12] Digital Certificates (X.509 standard)||This solution represented a standard for digital certificates. ECRN Service owns two digital certificates of different typologies, one is the “authentication certificate” and the “signature certificate”|
|[EU05] eID||This solution aimed to provide a cross-border framework to make inter-operable country-specific authentication infrastructure through digital identity, to allow a legitimate user to securely access services in a foreign European country through one or more identity attributes.|
|[EU06] eDocuments||This solution was part of the e-Sense initiative, and it represents an electronic document, structured or unstructured, which supports various formats. Its functionality fulfils a set of generic, domain or use case specific requirements.|
|[EU07] eDelivery||This solution served with infrastructure, which allows the interoperable, secure and reliable exchange of structured, non-structured and/or binary data within (at least) asynchronous communication scenarios.|
|[EU22] RUP@EC||RUP@EC is a tailored version of the "out of the box" version of RUP. It describes the engineering and processes in terms of disciplines, workflows, roles, activities, artefacts, templates, tool mentors and reports.|
This solution was part of the European Federated Interoperability Repository (EFIR), part of the ISA action 4.2.4 of the ISA Programme.
The EIFR is on one side a common (central) service run by the European Commission, and on the other side a re-usable generic tool, downloadable and usable by national public administrations as part of the Joinup platform.
|[EU28] Federated Authorisation - ISA Action 1.18||This solution was part of the ISA action 1.18 of the ISA Programme. It aimed at demonstrating that authorisation information attached to an identity assertion can be used to grant access to European Commission systems.|
|[EU26] European Commission Authentication Service (ECAS)||This solution represented an infrastructure, which allows authorised users to access a wide range of Commission information systems, using a single username and password.|
|[LI01] Reference Data||This solution was part of the initiative of EULIS consortium, aimed to provide a template for Reference Data, to be used by all the related stakeholders in order to gather the data definitions from each Member State.|
|[EU35] TES (Trans-European Systems) Study||Trans-European Systems (TES) study was part of the ISA action 2.14 of the ISA Programme. It defined an assessment criteria for the rationalization, describe the building blocks, deliver an analysis based on these criteria and propose a list of rationalization opportunities.|
|[EU09] Methodology and tools for Structural Metadata Management and Governance for EU Institutions and Member States||This solution offers standards for structural metadata Management that include metadata governance and metadata management. Here, metadata includes both coordination with both data models and reference data. It contains the requirements and specifications for the governance and management of structural metadata as well as for metadata tools that may be used by EU institutions and Member States.|
|[CA19] Transliteration and NYSIIS||The Transliteration and NYSIIS package is used by the ERRU (European Registers of Road Transport Undertakings) and RESPER (network to exchange driving licence information) applications. The purpose of the package is to provide services to enable name searches, tak|
|[EU29] GENIS ISA Action 1.11||GENIS designs, develops and implements services that will manage and support the exchange of information between Member States and the Commission within the State Aid Notification Process. It is set up by reusing existing components, building blocks and services modules, in particular those developed by the actions "ePRIOR – eProcurement platform" and "e-TrustEx – Trusted Exchange Platform". GENIS covers the exchange of structured and unstructured data, notably: - pre-notification and notification of State Aid measures by the Member States to the Commission; - yearly revision of State Aid notifications (real expenditures) by the Member States; - management of communication and workflows (documents, messages, mails) between the Commission and the Member States during the State Aid Notification Process.|
|[EU31] European CEN/BII Workshop-II deliverables “Guideline on Code List Management”
||This CWA is a deliverable of the second CEN Workshop on Business Interoperability Interfaces for public procurement in Europe (WS/BII2).|
|[EU38] the EPSI Platform||The ePSIplatform is a European Commission (DG CONNECT) initiative with the objective of promoting a dynamic Public Sector Information (PSI) and Open Data re-use market across the European Union. This portal highlights: - news on European PSI and Open Data developments; - legal cases surrounding the re-use of PSI; - good practices and examples of new products and services created through Open Data re-use. - events, workshops and webinars around Europe. The ePSIplatform now covers many different themes, including Science and Technology, Health, Transport and Environment, amongst others. This makes it easier and faster for users to explore and discover content.|
|[DK06] Open Data Innovation Strategy||ODIS aims to support and enable the use of PSI by private and public parties.|
|[ES09] The fundamental right to data protection: guide to the citizen||
This document is a guide for the citizen to explain the rights related to the Data Protection.
|[ES10] Data Boxes MetaPosta website||In addition to receiving documents, electronic strongbox systems offer members of the public and businesses safe, permanent storage services for valuable documents that they wish to store in their own personal space. The importance of these systems as High Impact Services, as the driving force behind the Information Society and eGovernment or as supports for sector applications, is on the increase and as key enablers of technological resources such as digital identity, electronic signature services and inter-operability between applications.|
|[UK01] CEIS - Agreement template||This Information Sharing Agreement (ISA) defines the arrangements for processing data between Oldham MBC and Oldham DAAT team and sits underneath the overarching Information Sharing Protocol (ISP) / Partnership Agreement. The appendices provide further information and guidance should this be needed|
|[OS17] IATI Standard Consolidating Rules for Maintenance of Code Lists||These rules were agreed at the IATI TAG workshop in May 2012 and accepted by the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation when the Busan common standard containing these rules was formally agreed in June 2012.|