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Interoperability is the capacity of information systems and procedures to give support, sharing of data and to permit the exchange of information and knowledge among them. It Is necessary for cooperation, development, integration and provision of joint services by public administrations; for the implementation of the various public policies; for the realization of various principles and rights; for technology transfer and reuse of applications for the benefit of improved efficiency; for the cooperation between different applications to provide new services; all this and facilitate the development of electronic administration and the information society.

In the field of public administrations, the recognition of the right of citizens to communicate with them through electronic means implies a corresponding obligation of the same. This obligation, as a basis for the promotion of conditions for freedom and equality are real and effective measures, as well as the removal of obstacles that prevent or impede the full exercise of the principle of technological neutrality and adaptability to the progress of information and communication technologies, thereby ensuring independence in the choice of technology choices by citizens, as well as the freedom to develop and implement technological advances in an area of free market.

Law 40/2015, of 1 october, from The Legal Regime of the public Sector, recognizes the role of interoperability and refers to it as one of the areas in which it is imperative that the laws are common and must therefore be addressed by the organisation of a state.


  • erny1803 06/06/2012 to 15:08

    What can be done to include JSON in a future version of the catalogue of standards? It is not included JavaScript ECMA-262.

  • pdeamil 08/09/2011 to 21:55

    are already issued the XSD relating to ANNEX I.

  • roete _ cosmico 01/08/2011 to 12:14

    I do not know where can i send this issue, so i ask you to comment. in the electronic download "", in annex I on compulsory minimum metadata of the electronic, reference is made in metadado "NTI" Version to a URL that is not available:

  • mvegas77 06/07/2011 to 13:31

    When will be available on the draft Policy for the management of electronic documents? In my opinion this is a basic element to take into account in any project.

  • antonio21 27/06/2011 to 15:51

    Dear friends cificil is to make a patent that you recognise the digital signature to the invention, initially had trouble using programs that are complicating for not being able to do nothing with my card when i go around, this is called not having initially had trouble using, for we must take 10 engineering careers and you ensure greetings to those who are with this frustacion

  • afrodriguez 09/05/2011 to 17:36

    Dear friends: from the commission in IDE of Esp. GS, remodeled in law 14/2010, which reflected the INSPIRE Directive (2007/2/ec) for an IDE in europe, which has resulted in the publication (2008-12-13) for a regulation on metadata, and as electronic documents include the geographical, i believe that there is a certain inconsistency. I am at your disposal. A greeting Antonio F. Rodríguez Instituto Geográfico Nacional

  • afrodriguez 09/05/2011 to 17:23

    My dear friends, I believe that there are ISO standards that cannot be ignored in defining metadata of electronic documents: - Geographical (UNE EN-ISO 19115:2006 Metadata) - Alphanumeric Code (ISO 15836 Dublin Core Metadata Set) I am at your disposal. A cordial greeting Antonio F. Rodríguez Chief infrastructure Área IG Instituto Geográfico Nacional GT IDEE Secretary of the Specialist Committee in IDE

  • aldazsola 02/05/2011 to 17:09

    With regard to NTI on Electronic Brief, i have noticed: "Electronic documents may be included as part of another dossier, nestling in the first". The option of nested files, which are part of the father "" dossier, i believe that it is not reflected in any model used in entidad-relación electronic document management.