CISR is a community of interest that has the objective to bring together e-Government professional from the public sector, representatives of standardisation organisation, representatives of software repositories, businesses and academia to:
The federated catalogue of interoperability solutions, enabled by a standardized way of describing these solutions (by using the Asset Description Metadata Schema Application Profile for Joinup (ADMS-AP), allows to search for interoperability solutions available on different repositories on the Web from a single point of access.
Describing the interoperability solutions in a standard way enables solutions owners to easily exchange the solutions’ description metadata with each other and federate them using the Joinup or other platforms. Such federation makes their solutions accessible to a wider audience, resulting in more reuse. The solution owner can keep his own system for hosting the interoperability solution, while in the description metadata of the solution an access URL is included, giving the location from where the solution can be downloaded.
The Community of Interoperability Solution Repositories is already composed of partner organisations sharing their solutions on Joinup. You can reach the repositories here.
The Belgian Interoperability Catalogue contains assets that can be used for the development of e-government services
The OSLO Vocabulary is a simplified, reusable and extensible data model that captures the fundamental characteristics of information exchanged by public administration in the domains: contact information, localisation and public services.The standards of the Flemish OSLO project are local extensions of the core Person, Business, Location, and Public Service vocabularies created at European level in the context of the ISA Programme (Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations) of the European Union. These four core vocabularies are simplified, reusable, and extensible specifications for information exchange.
Application Information System data elements (operating version) provides official information on the data elements of information systems in public administration and serves the announcement and publication of data elements dials.
Digitaliser.dk is an entry point to digitization of Denmark. It brings together key resources, recommendations and guidelines on IT, communication and IT development. The goal is that it can strengthen cooperation to digitize Denmark between public and private parties.
RIHA, short for Riigi Infosüsteemi Halduse Infosüsteem, is the Estonian catalogue of public sector information systems. It serves as the national registry of systems, components, services, data models, semantic assets, etc. RIHA facilitates the Estonian information system planning and operation activities.
Avoindata.fi is a one stop shop portal describing the metadata of open data recourses, where they are located, their format and other relevant technical requirements.
XRepository is a library for data exchange standards and codelists that were modelled in order to ease up interoperability between eGovernment applications of German Public administration and industry.
The Greek Interoperability Catalogue contains assets produced by Greek public administration that can be used for the development of e-government services.
This repository contains all standards from the 'Comply or Explain' list ("pas toe of leg uit"-lijst). Inclusion in the 'Comply or Explain' list means that the Board members have committed to use the standard within their own organisation, and at the same time call upon third parties to also use the standard. Inclusion in the list also means that all government bodies and semi-government bodies are required to adjust their procurement process to the list.
NIO is a basic cornerstone of the national interoperability framework. The protal enables publishing of:
The Forge environment a collaborative development environment. for public administrations in which they can participate actively administrations, companies and individuals. has features of downloads, documents, developments, forums, records of findings, bugs, suggestions, surveys, distribution of tasks, lists of distribution of mail, handling of findings, wiki and management of the source code.
CENATIC is the National Center for the Application of Information Technologies and Communications based on Open Source. CENATIC is a strategic project of the Government of Spain to promote awareness and use of free software and / or open source in all areas of the society, with special attention to public administrations, businesses, the technology sector supplier and / or users of free technologies, and development communities.
European Committee for Standardization (CEN) is a major provider of European Standards and technical specifications. It is the only recognized European organization according to Directive 98/34/EC for the planning, drafting and adoption of European Standards in all areas of economic activity with the exeption of electrotechnology (CENELEC) and telecommunication (ETSI).
SPOCS aims to build the next generation of online portals (Point of Single Contact or PSC), which every European country now has in place, through the availability of high impact cross- border electronic procedures.
Pan European Public Procurement On Line (PEPPOL) is a Large Scale Pilot that created a standards-based network through which public authorities and economic operators exchange standardised electronic documents for public procurement.
Eurofiling helps generating an applicable methodology for the taxonomies along with public testing and improvements to be made to the data formats.
epSOS is a large-scale pilot on e-Health focusing on improving the quality and the safety of healthcare for citizens when travelling to another European country.
RAMON (Reference Architecture for Metadata ONline) is the server used by Eurostat to make publicly available various categories of metadata which help users correctly understand statistical data.
INSPIRE is a Directive that aims at creating a European Union (EU) spatial data infrastructure for the purposes of Community environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.
The Metadata Registry of the Publications Office of the EU is the central reference location where all metadata definitions and related authority data used in Publications Office and in the data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process.
The EU Semantic Interoperability Catalogue contains all assets that can be used for the development of e-government services and supporting an EU policy and/or activity.
e-Justice Communication via Online Data EXchange (e-CODEX) is a Large Scale Pilot in the domain of e-Justice, aiming to implement building blocks supporting the digital proceeding of cross borders legal procedures between European Member States.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where Member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop Web standards. Led by Web inventor Tim Berners-Leeand CEO Jeffrey Jaffe, W3C's mission is to lead the Web to its full potential. Contact W3C for more information.
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies.
The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) supports shared innovation in metadata design and best practices across a broad range of purposes and business models.
GS1 is dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains globally and across sectors.
The International Commission on Civil Status (ICCS), an intergovernmental organisation consisting of 15 member states, intends to facilitate the cross-border exchange of information regarding civil status data between registrars.
Adullact aims to support and coordinate the action of the Communities and Territorial Governments in order to promote, develop and maintain a portfolio of free software useful for public service missions.
Guadalinex is an Ubuntu-based operating system and a set of applications promoted by the government of Andalusia (Spain). It is used in schools, public libraries, centers for elderly people and Guadalinfo centers.
All software of this repository have been released under the conditions stipulated in the Andalusia Government Decree of February 21, 2005 concerning the public availability of software developed by the administration of the Junta de Andalusia.
The Forge aims at linking different initiatives related to free and open source software in Galice to facilitate unification of efforts when developing and documenting applications.
The Forge aimed to improve the usage and development of free software into the Spanish scientific-academic environment.