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The ‘ published a study on the status of interoperability 2014 ’ prepared by the european monitoring centre NIFO

17 april 2015

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According to the study on the status of interoperability 2014, published by the european monitoring centre of national frameworks to interoperability NIFO, spain, thanks to the National Scheme of Interoperability, is located, along with Estonia, the netherlands and denmark, in a high level of maturity on adequacy to the European Framework for interoperability.

According to the a study on the status of interoperability 2014 (Opens in new window) , published by the european monitoring centre NIFO (Opens in new window) , Spain, thanks to the National Interoperability , is located, along with Estonia, the netherlands and denmark, in a high level of maturity on adequacy to European Interoperability framework (Opens in new window) .

In this study are set out the areas of progress and identify the main challenges facing the administrations in the design and implementation of their national frameworks for interoperability. In particular, to the determination of the analysis of the alignment with the European framework for Interoperability this study focuses on the following five dimensions: the ‘ principles ’, ‘ conceptual model ’, ‘ levels of interoperability ’, ‘ interoperability ’ agreements and the ‘ governance ’.

In connection with spain highlights their good standing of alignment of implementation and monitoring, as well as developments from 2012, as shown in the three graphs:

Figure of alignment of national schemes.

Figure 1 - NIF-EIF alignment overview for each country aseessed

 

Figure on the level of implementation of monitoring

Gráfico 2-Overview of the level of NIF Implementation and Monitoring for each country assessed

 

Figure of evolution of the implementation

                        Gráfico 3 - Trends in NIF-EIF alignment for each country assessed

Other highlights for the study on the situation of Spain refer to the trajectory over several years, the commitment to interoperability, the effort required to achieve interoperability in a complex scenario of interaction between the AGE, CC.AA. and local entities - that we must add universities and the field of Justice - catalogue maintained solutions Centre for technology transfer the role of SARA network for the interconnection of our administrations, to the effort to the development of services available through ‘ cloud-winner, The Transparency Portal (Opens in new window) , and tools such as INSIDE for the management of documents and electronic records.

The european monitoring centre of national frameworks to interoperability NIFO (Opens in new window) made of any situation which is that of spain.

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