The Location Interoperability Framework Observatory (LIFO) monitors the implementation of location interoperability good practices in European public administrations, based on the level of adoption of recommendations in the EULF Blueprint.
Overview of 2019 location interoperability status in Czech Republic based on the information provided byStátní správa zeměměřictví a katastru (CUZK - Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre).
LIFO 2019 Czech Republic
This factsheet shows that the Czech Republic obtained good results in the implementation of actions defined under all focus areas in the EULF Blueprint, scoring very well when compared with the European average.
The Czech Republic obtained its highest scores in three focus areas, “Policy and Strategy Alignment”, “Digital Government Integration” and “Return on Investment”, with “Digital Government Integration” showing the biggest difference to the European average.
In the “Policy and Strategy Alignment” focus area, the Czech Republic scored well in its use of location data for evidence-based policy making, whereas for “Return on Investment” positive aspects include the systematic approaches to assessment and communication of benefits.
For the “Standardisation and Reuse” focus area, the Czech Republic has mixed results. This is due to the low quantity of datasets and network services conformant with Regulation (EU) No 1089/2010 and Regulation (EC) No 976/2009.
Czech Republic has participated also in LIFO 2020. For the 2020 factsheet, click here
LIFO index for 2019
The value of the overall LIFO index for the Czech Republic is 0.79. This compares with a European average of 0.54.
For more details, download the factsheet in the attachment below.
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