The presentations and minutes of the workshop can be found below.
The day-to-day practice of selecting and maintaining standards for eGovernment solutions was the topic of a workshop organised by the Dutch eGovernment service Logius and the European Commission’s ISA Programme, in Brussels on 23 June.
The Luxembourg research institute has helped to improve the Bomos2i model, based on their work on e-SENS, one of the EC’s large scale pilot projects. The e-SENS project aims to facilitate access of citizens and businesses to public services across borders.
Over the past years, Logius has been working on the Bomos2i guide, helping public administrations in choosing and maintaining standards that are to be used for their eGovernment solutions. “In 2013, ISA and Logius organised a first workshop to present the Bomos2i approach”, says Susanne Wigard, project manager at the EC’s ISA Programme and a national expert on Interoperability in Public Services. “It is now time to show how this approach is used day-to-day.”
Logius would like other EU Member States to reuse their approach to selecting and maintaining open standards. The Bomos2i requirements include, for example, that such standards be made in open meetings, on the basis of consensus and that intellectual property rights be shared with other software developers.
Representatives from Member States institutions active in the field of standardisation and open formats and stakeholders interested in the developing and applicability of open guidelines.State: Pending
The minutes of the workshop can be found here.
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