INSPIRE Data Publisher

Plan for INSPIRE Identify spatial data sets Create and maintain reusable spatial data sets Provide discovery, view and trans-formation services Monitor and report on INSPIRE Support use of spatial datasets
1. Connect location information and digital government strategies in all legal and policy instruments X X
2. Make location information policy integral to, and aligned with, wider data policy at all levels of government X X X X X
3. Comply with data protection principles as defined by European and national law when processing location data X X
4. Make effective use of location-based analysis for evidence based policy making X X X X X
5. Use a standards based approach in the procurement of location data and related services in line with broader ICT standards based procurement X X X X
6. Identify where digital government services and processes can be modernised and simplified through the application of location-enabled services and implement improvement actions X X X
7. Use INSPIRE and SDI models, data and services for delivering cross-sector and cross-border digital public services to citizens, businesses, government and other parties X X X X X X
8. Adopt an open and collaborative methodology to design and improve digital public services that are location-enabled X X
9. Adopt an integrated location-based approach in the collection and analysis of statistics on different topics and at different levels of government X X X X X
10. Adopt a common architecture to develop digital government solutions, facilitating the integration of geospatial requirements X X X
11. Reuse existing authentic data, data services and relevant technical solutions where possible X X X X X
12. Apply relevant standards to develop a comprehensive approach for spatial data modelling, sharing, and exchange to facilitate integration in digital public services X X X X X
13. Manage location data quality by linking it to policy and organisational objectives, assigning accountability to business and operational users and defining what “Fit for Purpose” means and implies. X X X X
14. Apply a consistent and systematic approach to monitoring the performance of their location information activities X X
15. Communicate the benefits of integrating and using location information in digital public services X X
16. Facilitate the use of public administrations’ location data by non-governmental actors to stimulate innovation in products and services and enable job creation and growth X X
17. Introduce an integrated governance of location information processes at all levels of government, bringing together different governmental and non-governmental actors around a common goal X X
18. Partner effectively to ensure the successful development and exploitation of location data infrastructures X X X
19. Invest in communications and skills programmes to ensure sufficient awareness and capabilities to drive through improvements in the use of location information in digital public services and support growth opportunities X X

Nature of documentation: Technical report


Type of document
European Union Public License, Version 1.1 or later (EUPL) 
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