Recommendation 33

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Recommendation 33 | Interoperability layer: Technical interoperability

Use open specifications, where available, to ensure technical interoperability when establishing European public services.

Solutions

List of all available solutions that implement this recommendation
The Asset Description Metadata Schema
Asset Description Metadata Schema (ADMS)
ADMS is an open source solution. 
CAMSS Ontology
CAMSS Ontology
The CAMSS ontology is based on open specifications. 
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CEF Big Data Test Infrastructure
The CEF Big Data Test Infrastructure is based on open specifications and standards. 
Communication and Information Resource Centre for Administrations, Businesses and Citizens
CIRCABC
CIRCABC uses open specifications which can be reused by public administrations in an effort to allow for technical interoperability. The underlying system is Alfresco and CIRCABC offers different interfaces in order to integrate, exchange documents and information with other tools.
Those interfaces can be consumed via standard protocols such as REST API, CMIS, WebDAV.
CISE
CISE node
The CISE node is based on open specifications. 
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Context Broker 
The Context Broker building block is fully compliant with and provide reference implementations of the Context Information Management API standard set by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). 
Core Assessments Vocabulary
Core Assessments Vocabulary (CAV)
The CAV is based on open specifications. 
Core Public Service Vocabulary Application Profile
Core Public Service Vocabulary Application Profile (CPSV-AP)
CPSV-AP is based on open specifications. 
Core Standards and Specifications Vocabulary
Core Standards and Specifications Vocabulary (CSSV)
The CSSV is based on open specifications. 
Crypto-tool
Crypto Tool 
Crypto Tool is an open source tool. Hence, by using it, public officials are giving preference to the use of open specifications. 
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Data models
CISE is based on open specifications. 
eArchive
eArchiving
eArchiving promotes the use of open source software, as the main standard for digital archiving is the Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS).
cef_edeliv
eDelivery 
The eDelivery building block provides an open specification for data exchange capabilities using AS4 exchange protocol. 
cef_eID
eID
The CEF eID building block is based on open specifications and standards. 
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eInvoicing 
The CEF eInvoicing building block is based on open specifications and standards. 
EIRA 
EIRA 
EIRA facilitates the identification of interoperability specifications and promotes the use of common interoperability specifications based on open standards referenced in the European Interoperability Cartography.
EIRA Library of Interoperability Specifications
EIRA Library of Interoperability Specifications
The library contains (open) specifications, hence encouraging the use of open specifications at national, sub-national and local levels. 
eli ontology
ELI Ontology
ELI gives preference to open standards by building on standard semantic web technologies (RDF, OWL) and vocabularies (FRBR, SKOS, Dublin Core).
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ELI XML serialisation
XML is one of the serialisation of ELI, as RDFA, JSON and it allows to serialise ELI metadata using XML instead of the recommended semantic web standard (RDF). 
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eSignature
The CEF eSignature building block is based on open specifications and standards. 
ESPD exchange data model
ESPD exchange data model
ESPD exchange data model ensures technical interoperability by using open specifications.
eTranslation
eTranslation
The CEF eTranslation building block is based on open specifications and standards. 
etrustex
eTrustEx open source software package
eTrustEx allows for technical interoperability, as it is an open source software.
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European Union
Location Framework Blueprint

 

Recommendation 12 of the EULF Blueprint recommends the use of open standards where possible. 
imaps
IMAPS toolkit v1.1.1
Question B9 of the Service Delivery section of the IMAPS questionnaire assesses to which extent public services are based on existing open semantic standards and specifications. Furthermore, Question B6 of the Service Management section assesses to which extent specifications are open. 
INSPIRE Reference Validator
INSPIRE reference validator
The INSPIRE reference validator is based on open specifications, its source code is available on GitHub. 
LEOS software components
LEOS software components (under EUPL)
The LEOS software is open source and hence by using public officials are using open specifications. 
Ref2Link
Ref2link package (under EUPL)
Ref2link proactively supports the dissemination of ELI and ECLI standards at EU and national levels.
Statistical Production Reference Architecture
Statistical Production Reference Architecture V1.0 and subsequent
The ESS Statistical Enterprise Architecture includes open specification in order to promote technical interoperability across Europe. 
European union public licence
The European Union Public Licence v1.2
The EUPL is an open source software license, hence facilitating the use of open specifications for development and delivery of digital public services. 
Sharing and reuse
The Sharing and Reuse Framework for IT Solutions (SRF)
The Sharing and Reuse Framework recommends the use of open specifications when procuring IT solutions. It further details the key benefits of following such an approach. 
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TIMAPS v1.0.0

TIMAPS assesses the behavioural aspects of a digital public service, from the technical interoperability viewpoint. Question D2 of the Service Delivery section of the TIMAPS questionnaire assesses if specific technical means are used by a digital public service for the delivery of data, information and knowledge to its end-users or between the information systems of the public service. 

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