Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administration (ISA)
The European Interoperability Framework is one of a series of European initiatives that aims to support the establishment of European public services. The European Interoperability Framework addresses this issue in order to facilitate the interoperability of eGovernment services at pan-European level.
The EIF addresses interoperability in a very specific context of providing European public services. Also it contributes to the better functioning of the internal market by increasing interoperability among European public administrations.
The purpose of the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) is:
- to promote and support the delivery of European public services by fostering cross-border and cross-sectorial interoperability;
- to guide public administrations in their work to provide European public services to businesses and citizens;
- to complement and tie together the various National Interoperability Frameworks (NIFs) at European level.
The EIF provides recommendations that address specific interoperability requirements.
Implementing the recommendations will create an environment conducive to public administrations establishing new European public services.
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