The once-only principle aims at eliminating extensive administrative burdens from citizens. But there are many things that have to be taken into consideration depending on the principle itself. Once-only has a lot to with interoperability and the question, how the data is shared between different public authorities. But what does all of that mean in general? If you are not an expert on once-only yet, all of the different terms and project can be a little confusing. To help you understand, what we are working on, we are providing you with a different number on helpful means.
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The knowledge base is a digital platform that describes a broad variety on once-only principle cases from Europe and beyond, like the case of the Austrian child benefit. We have also collected a number of enablers, that means infrastructures that facilitate once-only cases. The cases have been collected by our stakeholder community and can therefore be seen, edited and commented by everyone which is part of our online community. If you are not a member yet, please register here. If you have a new case you want to present, please tell us about it! We are constantly looking for presenters for our workshops who want to share their knowledge regarding once-only. Get in contact with us if you are interested!
During our analysis we have found a number of outstanding implementations of the once-only principle that could serve as role models for other countries. Therefore, we have had a deeper look at them and described them more detailed on our website. If you are looking for inspiration for once-only implementations in your own country, have a look at our showcases.
Data provider, data processor or data requestor – you are reading the different terms but have no idea what they mean? Then you should have a look in our glossary. We have collected a lot of relevant terms which are connected to once-only and interoperability in general. If you think there is one missing or a definition is wrong, please write us and we will share your ideas on our website.
You are still new on the subject of once-only and interoperability in general and want to know more about it? Then have a look at our link list. We have collected a number of research studies and projects that are related to the topic.