Recommendation 28

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Recommendation 28 | Interoperability layer: Organisational interoperability

Document your business processes using commonly accepted modelling techniques and agree on how these processes should be aligned to deliver a European public service.


List of all available solutions that implement this recommendation
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CEF Big Data Test Infrastructure
One of the key steps of setting up the Big Data Test Infrastructure is the documentation of core business processes associated with the data and the purpose for which it will be used. 
EIRA contains an organisational view, which can support public administrations in achieving organisational interoperability.
EIC Cartography
European Interoperability Cartography v1.1.0
EIC presents and documents highly interoperable solutions using the EIRA framework. 
European Union
Location Framework Blueprint


As part of the implementation of recommendation 12, the EULF Blueprint encourages the use of BPMN techniques to assess how processes can be improved and simplified and how location information can be used most effectively. 
IMAPS solution v1.2
Question 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.
Interoperability Governance models
Interoperability Governance models
The Interoperability Governance models contribute to the identification and development of common process models to describe business processes.
Organisational interoperability
Organisational interoperability (OI)
OI recommendations 3, 4 and 5 call for the use of existing technical infrastructure and for standardisation and user centricy of processes, thus contributing to the use of commonly accepted modelling techniques for the delivery of European public services.
Organisational interoperability best practices
Organisational interoperability best practices
The Organisational interoperability best practices document business processes using commonly accepted modelling techniques, thus contributing to their alignment for public service delivery.
Reference Architecture for e-Documents
Reference Architecture for e-Documents (produced in previous phases of the action)
The Reference Architecture helps public administrations to document their key business processes associated with the management of eDocuments. 
Statistical Production Reference Architecture
Statistical Production Reference Architecture V1.0 and subsequent
The ESS Statistical Enterprise Architecture builds on the Generic Statistical Business Process Model and other commonly accept standards and models to help public administrations align their business processes when it comes to production and sharing of statistics. 
Sharing and reuse
The Sharing and Reuse Framework for IT Solutions (SRF)
The Sharing and Reuse Framework recommends the setting of requirements supporting common business processes within organisations. 


OpenPM² includes the definition and formalisation of business processes. Thus, it fosters organisational interoperability.

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