OIMAPS v1.0.0 beta version

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Name of the solution: OIMAPS v1.0.0 beta version

Solution's owner: DG DIGIT, European Commission, Europe

Description: This is the Beta version of the Organisational Interoperability Maturity Assessment of a Public Service (LIMAPS) survey.

This Beta version of the OIMAPS Survey has been released on the 21 April 2020 on Joinup.

It is a user-friendly online questionnaire, designed as a self-assessment tool to assist public service owners to evaluate key organisational interoperability aspects of their digital public service.

The current Beta version of OIMAPS (OIMAPS v1.0.0 Beta) is available at the EU survey portal: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/oimaps-beta.

Type of solution: Assessment tool

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Please note that this survey is still under development and is published only for testing purposes.

 

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OIMAPS solution v1.0.0 implements the following:

Principles Interoperability layers Conceptual model
Subsidiarity and proportionality ✅ Organisational Interoperability  Catalogues
Transparency   External information sources and services
Reusability  
Administrative simplification    


OIMAPS solution v1.0.0 implements the following recommendations as explained below:

✅ Recommendation 1  | Principle 1: Subsidiarity and proportionality
OIMAPS is a self-assessment tool, designed for public service owners to evaluate key organizational behavioural interoperability aspects of their digital public service.

✅ Recommendation 5  | Principle 3: Transparency
Question D7 of the Service Delivery section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses how a public service manifests its organisational behavioural interoperability performance towards its end-users, by assessing how user-centred and streamlined the process of the public service delivery is. To achieve this, it assesses if and to what extent the underlying business processes of the public service are manual or digitised, as well as user or automatically triggered. 

✅ Recommendation 7  | Principle 4: Reusability 
Question C1 of the Service Consumption section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses if the data, information and knowledge consumed by: 
(i) units that belong in the same public administration (internally)
(ii) different public administrations that belong in the same domain (e.g. between public administrations under the same Ministry) or 
(iii) different public administrations that belong in different domains (e.g. under different Ministries).
The more the different public administrations that can use the data, information and knowledge delivered, the greater becomes the ability of interoperability and interconnection of the public service with its end-users.

✅ Recommendation 10  | Principle 6: User-centricity
Question D1 of the Service Delivery section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses to which types of end-users the public service deliver data, information and knowledge. Furthermore, question D6 of the Service Delivery section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses to which extent the public service is organised based on the Once-Only Principle (OOP) and in relation to data, information and knowledge that are requested by its end-users (citizens, businesses, administrations).

✅ Recommendation 17  | Principle 10: Administrative simplification
Question D4 of the Service Delivery section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses organisational behavioural interoperability capabilities that enable the public service delivery to its end users. It examines the level of integration, digitization and automation of the underlying business processes' workflow, as a means to assess how aligned they are and how streamlined the whole public service delivery is. Furthermore, question D9 of the Service Delivery section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses to which extent the end user is able to track the progress of the public service delivery.

✅ Recommendation 29  | Interoperability layer: Organisational interoperability
OIMAPS assesses the behavioural aspects of a digital public service, from the organisational interoperability viewpoint. Question D2 of the Service Delivery section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses the organisational relationships of the public service with its end-users and in particular, to which extent (internal – external) the public service delivers data, information and knowledge to Public Administrations.uestion B5  of the Service Management section of the IMAPS questionnaire assesses which procedures are in place to validate the consistency of the data, information and knowledge exchanged by the public service.

✅ Recommendation 43  | Conceptual Model
Question C3 of the Service Consumption section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses the organisational behavioural interoperability specifications of the data, information, knowledge consumed by the public service, by understanding the administrative level (local, regional, national, trans-European) of the organisational relationships between the public service and its end users.

✅ Recommendation 44  | Conceptual model: Catalogues
Question C3 of the Service Consumption section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses the organisational behavioural interoperability specifications of the data, information, knowledge consumed by the public service, by understanding the administrative level (local, regional, national, trans-European) of the organisational relationships between the public service and its end users.

✅ Recommendation 45  | Conceptual model: External information sources and services
Question C3 of the Service Consumption section of the OIMAPS questionnaire assesses the administrative level (local, regional, national, trans-European) of which the public service consumes data, information and knowledge from other client services.

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