- an ISA² action owner?
- an ISA² solution user?
- a representative of a national or local public authority active in the areas of interoperability and digital government?
- involved in the implementation of linked EU policies/initiatives?
- involved in the development of standards?
If so, we need your feedback urgently!
As most of you know, the ISA² program is coming to an end. As for any programme or project it is important to evaluate how it has performed over time to capitalise on good practices and draw lessons learned.
You are kindly invited to provide feedback to the final evaluation of the ISA² programme until March 7, 2021.
The survey can be accessed here
How to provide your contribution:
Please note that the survey has three parts, to provide feedback on the performance of ISA² choose the third option available in the landing page of the survey! However, feel free to contribute to the other options too, your feedback is very much welcome.
ELISE action available solutions
The ELISE action is providing at moment for the following solutions, all part of the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) toolbox.
|Re3gistry provides a central access point that allows labels and descriptions for reference codes to be easily looked up by humans, or retrieved by machines. It supports organisations in managing and updating reference codes in a consistent way, so that all versions of a code remain traceable and properly documented, and do not change or disappear over time.|
the INSPIRE reference validator solution is the tool used by EU Member States data providers to validate their resources (metadata, data sets and services) against the requirements set by the INSPIRE Directive.
It is also a key tool for INSPIRE coordinators, both at the national and European level, to monitor the progress of INSPIRE implementation, and for software providers to make sure their solutions are aligned with INSPIRE requirements.
|The European Union Location Framework (EULF) Blueprint is a framework of recommendations and related guidance for publishing and using location information and applying interoperability principles in digital government. The EULF Blueprint was initially developed through the EULF project in the ISA programme. The content has been updated extensively through the European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government (ELISE) project, which is part of the ISA² programme.|
More info on ELISE action
ELISE provides more than frameworks and solutions ready to use. Visit the ELISE action space and become member of it to discover studies, applications, and the lively Geoknowledge base service webinars subspace!