Newsletter issue no. 3

 TOOP newsletter - issue no. 3

Introduction

Welcome to the summer edition of the TOOP newsletter. Before you jet-off for your summer vacation, we would like to encourage you to sign up for the Once-Only Principle for Europe Conference. The admission is free of charge.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at our event in Vienna. Enjoy the summer!

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Once-Only Principle for Europe Conference

The event of the 2018 dedicated to the once-only principle (OOP) will be held between 24th and 25th September in Vienna. TOOP and SCOOP4C will join forces to discuss the OOP in regard to the impact on business, citizens and public administrations. The Conference will feature high-level speakers, World Café session and presentations by the representatives of the European Commission on the Single Digital Gateway Regulation and the General Data Protection Regulation. The event will take place just one day before the Austrian Presidency eGovernment Conference. Admission is free of charge and we very much hope that you will join the conference! 

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SEMIC 2018

This year’s edition of SEMIC, the annual semantic interoperability conference, took place in Sofia (Bulgaria) on 14th June 2018 as part of the Bulgarian Presidency of the European Union. The once-only principle (OOP) was widely discussed in the presentations by speakers from around the world - from South America to Japan. The TOOP project participated at the conference with a dedicated presentation by Jack Verhoosel, semantics expert, and a booth, where conference participants could learn about the project and its OOP piloting efforts via the dedicated TOOP Panorama application.

Read more about SEMIC 2018

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) & TOOP

TOOP piloting solutions are being developed in a way as to address data protection requirements, made more explicit in the proposed Single Digital Gateway Regulation (SDGR). SDGR clarifies how the more general principles of the GDPR apply in context of implementation of the OOP. TOOP is therefore an example of the application of the GDPR’s privacy by design principle, developing infrastructure designed to ensure compliance with the GDPR.

View the full article about TOOP & GDPR

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First cross-border data exchange in TOOP

Several partners in the TOOP project have already begun the implementation of the TOOP software components. TOOP pilots will be ready to test data exchange using TOOP infrastructure in autumn 2018.
At the end of June, Sweden and Greece have deployed the first active TOOP implementations. Greece has deployed an data consumer capability with the Greek ESPD service, whereas Sweden deployed both a data consumer and data provider capability in Bolagsverket, the Swedish Business Register.
Both countries were able to test successfully with the TOOP playground, the main test environment used, and they also completed end-to-end testing between them. This means that July 2nd was the day of the first cross-border data exchange in TOOP!

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New beneficiaries will join the project

We are very pleased to announce that the Inter-ministerial Directorate for Information and Communications Systems of France (DINSIC) and Bern University of Applied Sciences from Switzerland have expressed interest to join the project as new beneficiaries. DINSIC intends to participate in TOOP pilots, piloting the implementation of cross-border data exchange in the domain of e-services for businesses. Bern University of Applied Sciences intends to participate in the TOOP work on sustainability by exploring the opportunities for cross-border OOP implementation for exchange of business registry data. 

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For any questions, comments, and ideas related to TOOP project, please feel free to contact us at any time!

The TOOP project is funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 737460.

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