Deliverables

D2.1 Generic Federated OOP Architecture

This deliverable presents the first version of a generic federated OOP architecture, supporting interconnection and interoperability of national registries at the EU level. The first version focuses on interoperability at business and information level, to be extended iteratively in the future versions. The deliverable includes, among others, the requirements, the initial building blocks, and the interface specifications of the generic federated architecture. The architecture is in line with EU key frameworks like EIRA and EIF, takes into account the e-SENS European Interoperability Reference Architecture and is based on the CEF Digital Service Infrastructures (DSI) and the building blocks consolidated by the e-SENS project.

Target group: Public administration representatives responsible for the implementation of the European Digital Agenda and/or dealing with national e-Government strategies, business registers, interoperability issues; IT Industry companies providing software and IT services for public administration; standardisation bodies; End-users of TOOP solutions (e.g. businesses); European institutions, research institutions, organisations, and communities related to the implementation of the European Digital Single Market.

Access deliverable here | Date of submission: 30.06.17

 

D2.6 Position on Definition of OOP and Situation in Europe

The objective of this position paper is to explain the once-only principle (OOP) as it is understood by the partners in the project and to summarise the motivation and ambition behind TOOP. TOOPs aim is to explore and demonstrate the once-only principle on a cross-border, collaborative, and pan-European scale by using a federated architecture to implement multiple sustainable pilots. Therefore, the project’s approach to the OOP is specific, focusing on information related to businesses activities and on cross-border sharing of this information. A more extended description of the project’s approach as well as pilot descriptions can be found in the document.

Target group: Public administration representatives responsible for the implementation of the European Digital Agenda and/or dealing with national e-Government strategies, business registers, interoperability issues; IT Industry companies providing software and IT services for public administration; standardisation bodies; End-users of TOOP solutions (e.g. businesses); European institutions, research institutions, organisations, and communities related to the implementation of the European Digital Single Market.

Access the Position Paper here| Date of submission: 30.04.17