Recommendation 37

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Recommendation 37 | Conceptual model: Base registries

Make authoritative sources of information available to others while implementing access and control mechanisms to ensure security and privacy in accordance with the relevant legislation


List of all available solutions that implement this recommendation
CISE node
The CISE node enables sharing of information in the maritime domain and it is designed with security and privacy in mind. The system is adapted to handle sensitive information. 
By allowing access to citizens' information across border, eID makes authoritative sources of information available to different parties, while ensuring the necessary level of security and privacy.
The semantic view of EIRA contains a master data policy focusing on making authoritative sources of information available to others. 
eTranslation helps to make information available in different languages whilst ensuring data security and confidentiality. 
European Union
Location Framework Blueprint


EULF Blueprint Recommendation 11 recommends implementing and using authentic data registers and services as part of a broader set of public sector base registers. EULF Blueprint Recommendation 16 recommends a strategic approach to funding of public sector core reference data. EULF Blueprint Recommendation 13 puts forward several provisions with regard to the combination of authoritative and non-authoritative data sources. EULF Blueprint Recommendation 4 recommends ensuring reference data semantics and standards are consistently applied in location-based analysis for policy making. EULF Blueprint Recommendation 9 recommends using consistent geo-reference data for statistical analysis. Furthermore, EULF Blueprint Recommendation 3 stresses the importance of complying with data protection principles as defined by European and national law when processing location data. 
The Re3gistry helps to make authoritative sources of information available and easily exchanged by using reference codes. 
Reference Architecture for e-Documents
Reference Architecture for e-Documents (produced in previous phases of the action)
The Reference Architecture contains provisions on how to make eDocuments available to others whilst complying with key legislation on privacy & security. 
Registry of Registers
The Registry of Registers helps to ensure that public administrations make reliable sources of basic information on items such as persons, companies, vehicles, licences, buildings, locations and roads, which are ‘authentic and authoritative' available for reuse and access. 

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