Name of the solution: Core Assessment Vocabulary (CAV)
Solution's owner: European Commission / DG Informatics (DIGIT) - Interoperability solutions for public administrations, businesses and citizens (ISA²)
The Core Assessment Vocabulary represents and defines what an “Assessment” of “assets” is and how to perform the assessment based on “Criteria”. It is a domain-agnostic vocabulary, meaning that it can be used to assess any type of assets.
The Core Assessment Vocabulary (CAV) implements the following:
Core Assessment Vocabulary (CAV) implements the following EIF recommendations as explained below:
Recommendation 4 | Openness
The CAV is a Open Source that allow any stakeholder to reuse it.
Recommendation 6 | Reusability
The CAV can be extended for designing new data models according to stakeholders' needs, while still ensuring the interoperability
Recommendation 11 | User centricity
The development of the CAV includes the creation of WG and public consultations that ensure that the development process is open and different stakeholders can participate.
Recommendation 33 | Technical interoperability
The CAV is based on open specifications.
Recommendation 8 | Technological neutrality and data portability
The CAV, as data model, does not impose the use of any particular software, thus, ensures technological neutrality