Planning relations between European Electronic Government Administrations

Europe numériqueThe European Commission has released the 2015 version of the eGovernment factsheets for each of the 28 EU Member States. These documents provide a comprehensive overview of digital management activities recommended among member countries and allow comparison. Each factsheet includes a chapter on:
• The national government strategy;
• The relevant legislation;
• All major stakeholders;
• The existing infrastructure and digital governance;
• The services for citizens and businesses.

An overall summary factsheet on Administration activities in line with the European Commission will soon be available. The factsheets have been published by the European Commissions National Interoperability Framework Observatory, which is operating with support of the ISA programme. This programme is promoting electronic collaboration, interoperability solutions, sharing and re-use between public administrations in Europe through more than 40 actions.

The European electronic management has four areas of study: government to government relationships (G2G), government to citizens (G2C), Government to Employees (G2E) and Government to businesses (G2B). For example, the STORK project (Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed) provides an interoperable solution for electronic identities (eIDs). This project is funded by the Framework Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP), which aims to implement EU-wide interoperability of electronic identities. A consortium of 43 members made up of national governments, universities, and private nonprofit organizations jointly developing an interoperable EU-wide system for the recognition of electronic identities and authentication to enable businesses, citizens and employees Government to use their national electronic identities in each EU Member State. The “solution for STORK eID” is based on a distributed architecture allows the integration of EU e-services, taking into account the specifications and infrastructure that currently exist in the EU Member States.

The action takes into account in its implementation, legal and organizational elements. It is supported by case studies and business applications. STORK will improve software modules that support common features of cross-border infrastructure as well as issues of architecture. See also


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