Interoperable Europe

What is Interoperable Europe?

Interoperable Europe is the initiative of the European Commission for a reinforced interoperability policy in the public sector. It is committed to introducing a new cooperative Interoperability policy for Europe that will transform the public administrations and help them in their digital transformation. The initiative is supported by the Digital Europe programme. It continues and expands the mission of the now completed ISA² programme.


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What can you find here?

If you are interested in public sector interoperability, this is the place to be. On this page you can explore useful information about the progress of the new interoperability policy, initiatives that are supporting the digitalisation of the EU public administrations, best practices related to interoperability, news, events, and more. In addition, Joinup, the European Commission’s one-stop shop for E-Government, is only one click away.

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Johannes hahnJohannes Hahn, Commissioner for Budget and Administration, European Commission

“I am committed to deliver on digitally transformed Commission, and user-focused and data-driven public administrations. This means building and operating digital government solutions in support of policy and administrative processes."

Hearing of Johannes Hahn at the European Parliament, 3 October 2019.

Commissioner’s website

mario_campolargoMario Campolargo, Director-General of Directorate-General for Informatics, European Commission

“Public administrations have to be closer to the citizens. They have to be more effective, transparent and ethical. If they become digital, we can ensure that our values and democratic system will be preserved for the future.“

Sharing and Reuse Conference 2019, 11 June 2019.

DG Informatics website