Scenario and Roadmap Development in SCOOP4C

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Roadmap Action List

Roadmap Area Nr. Roadmap Action Scenario Domain Gap Reference Nr. Roadmap Action Description of Action Measures Expected Results Responsible Actors Roadmap
Trust and Transparency TTA.2 TTA.2 Health, Social Protection, Education, Moving, Taxation H.6, SP.7, E.8, M.7, M.8, T.10 Develop transparent mechanisms of personal data processing Provide transparency in procedures for accessing and processing of personal data in the OOP implementation by development of clear and acceptable tracking (reviewing) possibility for citizens. In addition, appropriate supporting political commitments, reg Design processes, Development of concepts Transparency in the OOP implementation will lead to higher level of trust on the OOP solutions. Data subject is able to identify and aware by whom, where and why their personal data was used, which builds trust. EU policy makers, National policy makers, EU implementers, National implementers, Service providers
Trust and Transparency TTA.1 TTA.1 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection E.11, H.5, H.14, M.12, SP.2 Implement transparent OOP solution for providing consent on data sharing Facilitate provision of the data subject’s consent for data sharing (including emergencies in case you are not able to provide) by defining an explicit and common concept of the process. Policy Recommendation, Implementation of enablers Clear concept and seamless implementation for providing consent of data sharing will increase the level of trust on OOP implementations EU implementers, National implementers, EU policy makers, National policy makers
Technical Interoperability TA.5 TA.5 Social Protection Develop basic registries on national level A key to implement successful OOP services is to provide the necessary connections to the relevant data storages. National implementers have to make sure that necessary basic registries exist on their national level and have the expected interfaces to con Implementation of systems Sufficient national registries in different domain will simplify the digital data exchange in public services on national and EU level. The access to these registries will reduce the administrative burden for both sides and allow faster processes for publ National implementers
Technical Interoperability TA.4 TA.4 Moving M.11 Extend ePayment system to national and international payment services To reduce administrative burden and provide access to a wider range of citizens, the EU-wide ePayment system should be usable with national and international private payment services like PayPal or SofortÜberweisung. Implementation of enablers Facilitate cross-border secure payment to increase citizens’ mobility across Europe and attract more citizens to use public services. EU implementers, National implementers
Technical Interoperability TA.3 TA.3 Education E.10 Implement the available EU-wide student card on national level The European student card was developed in an EU funded pilot, which was completed in June 2018. Member States that were not part of the pilots have to adjust their systems to be able to accept the ESC. Therefore the policy makers have to generate accordi Implementation of enablers The use of the ESC achieves simplified transfer of student records and other educational data as well as harmonise national standards for student cards and related data. Furthermore the facilitation of an European Diploma and the appliance of digital lear EU policy makers, National policy makers, OOP implementers
Technical Interoperability TA.2 TA.2 Taxation, Social Protection, Health, Education T.6, SP.13, H.8, E.4 Implement EU-wide enablers and infrastructures Widespread and effective implementation of the EU-wide technical enablers such as eDelivery as well as infrastructures (e.g. information systems and portals) to assure secure EU-wide communication Implementation of enablers Facilitates secure communication and data exchange between entities in different countries EU implementers
Technical Interoperability TA.1 TA.1 Education, Moving, Taxation E.7, E.16, M.10, T.8, T.9 Implement cross-border eID according to eIDAS As eID is enforced in most Member States through the eIDAS, the use of the eID should now be also applied to cross-border services. Therefore national implementers have to review the national standards and adjust them accordingly. Implementation of enablers The cross-border authentication and authorisation through national eID will ease the mobility of citizens across the EU and boost cross-border OOP implementations in general. National implementers
Semantic Interoperability SA.7 SA.7 Education Develop and implement an European Diploma Bachelor and master degrees are still very different in and between member states and they are not always fully accepted by other HEI´s. Development and implementation of the European Diploma can overcome this issue. To achieve this, relevant stakeholders Implementation of enablers, Policy Recommendation, Implementation of regulations Harmonisation of diplomas from EU students and enhancing expansion of studies in different Member States. Furthermore, it will ease the acceptance of diplomas in cross-border matters and enable easier working opportunities for citizens. EU implementers, Stakeholders in Education domain
Semantic Interoperability SA.6 SA.6 Education E.13 Enter into EU-wide digital learning agreements Entering and creating more EU-wide digital learning agreements between EU universities to facilitate easy possibilities for students to study abroad and enhance the mobility of the students after finishing their studies. Policy Recommendation Facilitation of easy and/or automated mapping of courses and credits achieved by students in the host university to the education system of the home university and vice versa. The agreements will lead to a higher number of international and more flexible University directors, EU policy makers, National policy makers
Semantic Interoperability SA.5 SA.5 Moving M.16 Provide information on national portals and information systems at least in English in addition to the local language Provision of information and services on national portals and information systems in two different languages (English and local language). Therefore policy makers and national implementers have to work together to achieve high quality translations. The mu Policy Recommendation Information in additional languages will remove language barriers and enhance the freedom of mobility of citizens of the EU Member States. Citizens can apply easy for services in different EU Member States and cross-border processes can benefit from the m EU policy makers, National policy makers, National implementers
Semantic Interoperability SA.4 SA.4 Education, Taxation E.2, E.3, T.13 Develop mapping services to map data sets needed for standard public services Development and implementation of intelligent mapping services to facilitate meaningful cross-border data exchange. Service provider as well as national and EU implementers have to the analyse the national data sets of the most common public services to c Implementation of enablers Mapping services reduce the administration burden citizens and clerks experience in the transfer of information between EU Member States. Moreover, automated mapping would reduce translation mistakes and misinterpretations. The more mapping services are i EU implementers, National implementers, EU policy makers, National policy makers, Service providers
Semantic Interoperability SA.3 SA.3 Taxation, Moving, Education T.4, M.6, E.2 Develop and implement multilingual code lists Development and implementation of multilingual code lists of objects in each respective domain (e.g. universities and courses in the education domain) will ease cross-border OOP implementations. Policy makers and EU implementers have to work together to a Implementation of enablers Multilingual code lists enable and simplify data exchange between EU member states, reducing administrative burden and easing the general processes of OOP implementations. EU implementers, EU policy makers
Semantic Interoperability SA.2 SA.2 Social Protection, Education SP.6, E.2, E.3 Define and implement EU-wide vocabulary Definition and implementation of common EU-wide vocabulary. D-CAT is already in place and could be used in every member states. D-CAT is a standard model and vocabulary that facilitates the consumption and aggregation of metadata from multiple catalogues. Implementation of enablers Common vocabularies enable and simplify cross-border data exchange. Moreover, they enable automated translation and mapping for cross-border services, thereby reducing errors and administrative burden. EU implementers, EU policy makers
Organisational Interoperability OA.8 OA.8 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection, Taxation Define effective organizational structures for OOP implementation Appropriate organizational structures at national and EU level are necessary for seamless OOP implementation. An effective organization structure should be defined at EU level and following at national level. Development of concepts Harmonised organizational structures across Europe will facilitate appropriate cross-border cooperation and consequently pave the way for seamless OOP implementation EU policy makers
Organisational Interoperability OA.7 OA.7 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection E.2, E.4, E.8, H.11, M.12, SP.13 Develop rules of authorisation of organisations and person Member States have bilateral and had hoc solutions for giving rights to use services (data) for administrations and persons. Development of guideline, Development of tools for authorisation The processes of authorisation of administrations (rights are granted by service providers) and authorisation of persons are separated (granted by service consumers). Tools and guidelines are prepared. EU policy makers, National policy makers, National implementers
Organisational Interoperability OA.6 OA.6 Health, Moving H.6, M.8, M.14 Ensure transparent OOP services Design and implementation of transparent OOP services according to the EU and national legislations. This could be achieved by implement citizen’s control for own data: Notify / get citizens’ consent on how their data is used (e.g. who can have access) Implementation of public services, Development of concepts Higher citizen satisfaction and acceptance of the OOP solution. Transparency is important for citizens as citizens need to be in control of their data OOP implementers
Organisational Interoperability OA.5 OA.5 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection, Taxation Rules and guidelines for authorisation on data access Eligible entities to access personal data should be defined with consideration of trust and transparency Implementation of regulations, Development of guideline Higher level of data protection and transparency and consequently, more trust on OOP services EU legislators, EU legislators, EU policy makers, National policy makers
Organisational Interoperability OA.4 OA.4 Education, Health, Social Protection, Moving, Taxation Reference processes for interaction in secure data exchange EU-wide reference process should be defined and implement in order to support secure interaction and data exchange between different entities from all Member States Design processes, Implementation of systems Secure, clear, and precise processes for data exchange, which will lead to accurate OOP implementation EU policy makers, EU implementers
Organisational Interoperability OA.2 OA.2 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection E.12, E.18, H.2, M.9, SP.1 Adjust organisational structures with aim to clearly define the national contact points Clear definition of the organisational structures at national level to determine national contact points. This can ease the cross-border cooperation between national entities from all Member States Policy Recommendation Seamless cross-border cooperation will support smooth cross-border OOP implementation National policy makers
Organisational Interoperability OA.1 OA.1 Moving, Social Protection, Taxation M.9, SP.1, SP.9, SP.10, T.2 Adjust legislation with aim to update form requirements in public sector according to e-government and OOP Form requirements in part of the current legislations are incompatible with the concept of OOP. Legislations should be amended according to the form requirement with aim to support implementation of the OOP and e-government. Research of sufficient legislation base, Implementation of regulations Abolished any incompatible between OOP implementation and form requirements. Consequently eliminate the legal barriers for the OOP implementation and data sharing between public sector entities National legislators

Policy Recommendations Text

Policy Recommendations List Block

Area of Policy Recommendatin Responsible Actors Policy Recommendation Nr. of Roadmap Action
Semantic Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Entering and creating more bilateral digital learning agreements between EU universities Entering and creating more bilateral digital learning agreements between EU universities SA.6 Provide financial resources, in form of an EU-project, in order to create further bilateral digital learning agreements Research and identify further bilateral digital learning agreements between EU universities with the participation of relevant actors
Legal Interoperability National policy makers, National legislators Development of guidance for a clear and sufficient decision-making power structures in order to overcome unclear responsibilities Development of guidance for a clear and sufficient decision-making power structures in order to overcome unclear responsibilities LA.2, LA.4, LA.5 Provide financial resources for the development and implementation of guidelines Research activities for the development of guidelines including the identification of a clear concept of national decision-making structures in order to overcome unclear responsibilities as a complementary document of the EU regulation
Semantic Interoperability National policy makers, National legislators Implementation of harmonised national legislation in the EU Member States in order to provide meaningful (cross-border) data transfers including a clear organisational structure Implementation of harmonised national legislation in the EU Member States in order to provide meaningful (cross-border) data transfers including a clear organisational structure LA.1, LA.3 Provide financial support for the research activities in order that national legislation can be harmonised Research activities to the extension of how national legislation can be harmonised to a sufficient degree in order that there can be meaningful data transfers including the identification of unclear organisational structures on national level and how to o
Legal Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Development of guidance for a clear and sufficient decision-making power structures in order to overcome unclear responsibilities Development of guidance for a clear and sufficient decision-making power structures in order to overcome unclear responsibilities Provide financial support to the EU Member States in order to develop guidance Support the research activity on national level in order to define cross-border equipollent entities and procedures
Legal Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Implement a clear “roadmap of regulations” on EU level, but also with impact on national level Implement a clear “roadmap of regulations” on EU level, but also with impact on national level Eventually funding of research activities Different legal regulations of EU-member states have to be analysed and compared in relation to their compatibility