EULF Blueprint by Role

This page allows you to access the content of the EULF Blueprint following some role-based methodologies we have defined for the main intended users of the guidance, i.e. policy makers, digital public service owners, managers or implementers, ICT managers, architects or developers, data managers or data scientists, public sector location data providers, and private sector product or service providers.

These methodologies indicate the most relevant recommendations that should be considered in undertaking the typical tasks for each of the roles.

Choose your role to access the Blueprint

Policy Maker 

Prepare, adopt, implement and apply policies with a strong reliance on location data. Applies to thematic, digital government, ICT and data policies.

Digital Public Service Owner, Manager or Implementer

Plan, design, develop, test, operate and improve digital public services with a strong reliance on location data.

ICT Manager, Architect or Developer

Plan, design, develop, test, operate, maintain and improve ICT applications and infrastructure involving location data to a significant degree.

Data Manager or Data Scientist

Managing and using location data for operational and analytical purposes. Includes data policy, specification, acquisition, organisation and control, sharing, analytics and archiving.

Public Sector Location Data Provider

Plan for INSPIRE, identify and implement spatial datasets, introduce services to access these datasets, monitor and report on INSPIRE, and support use of the datasets.

Private Sector Product or Service Provider

Define, develop, test, market, deploy and support private sector products and services with a strong reliance on location data, particularly use of public sector location data.