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
Legal Interoperability LA.5 LA.5 Moving, Social Protection M.9, SP.12 Adjust national legislations according to EU legislation to define clear decision-making structures as well as responsibilities Insufficient decision-making power at the correct level with unclear responsibilities could threat the cross-border OOP implementation. Consequently, development of legal acts and guidelines, which clearly define responsibilities at different levels of go Implementation of regulations National legislations will facilitate cross-border cooperation of national entities and furthermore, ease the OOP implementation at different levels. National legislators
Legal Interoperability LA.4 LA.4 Moving, Social Protection M.9, SP.12 Develop EU legislations to facilitate harmonised and clear decision making structure For both national and cross-border OOP implementation, a harmonised and clear decision making structure is needed in all Member States. Implementation of regulations Clear and harmonised decision-making structure in all Member States through EU legislation or policy recommendation EU legislators
Legal Interoperability LA.3 LA.3 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection, Taxation E.18, H.4, H.5, H.6, M.7, M.8, M.12, M.14, SP.2, SP.7, T.10, T.12 Develop guidelines accompanying all EU regulation Development of guidelines such as complementary documents to all EU regulations (e.g. GDPR) with the aim of avoiding different interpretation and various implementation on national levels Development of guideline Development of convenient guidelines by EU policy makers could lead to corresponding interpretations of EU legislations and consequently more harmonisation at EU level and more sufficient cross-border OOP implementation EU policy makers
Legal Interoperability LA.2 LA.2 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection, Taxation E.3, E.12, E.18, H.2, H.11, M.2, M.17, SP.9, SP.10, T.2 Harmonisation of national legislation National legislators and policy makers should reform and harmonise national legislations in many fields, regarding the substance of the topics (not just the form for transfer of data but e.g. entry requirements to higher education; how components of drugs Implementation of regulations Harmonised legislation in EU Member States (i.e. not identical legislation but harmonised to a sufficient degree to permit free movement) so that there can be meaningful data transfers across Europe. This should not leading to identical legislations but a National policy makers, National legislators
Legal Interoperability LA.1 LA.1 Education, Health, Moving, Social Protection, Taxation E.3, E.12, E.18, H.2, H.11, M.2, M.17, SP.9, SP.10, T.2 Make a decision on a sufficient harmonisation degree for national legislations as well as the areas for harmonisation Define the policy domains, in which the harmonisation of national legislations in all Member States is essential for the OOP implementation. Furthermore make decision on the sufficient level for harmonisation Policy Recommendation, Implementation of regulations Provide a clear view on the areas of national legislations that need to be harmonised on the EU level EU policy makers
Political Commitment PA.7 PA.7 Taxation T.3 Promote digitalisation in the public sector and implement more digital services Promoting digitalisation in the public sector as well as implementation of wide range digital public services will enhance the OOP implementation in different domains Implementation of public services Close collaboration between the digital provision of public services and the OOP implementation more digital public services could enhance the OOP implementation EU policy makers, National policy makers, EU implementers, National implementers
Political Commitment PA.6 PA.6 Education E.1 Implement the OOP pilot (OOP services) projects in different domains Carrying out number of the OOP initiations on a small scale (pilot projects) with aim of demonstrating wide benefits of the OOP implementation, in particular administrative burden reduction. Implementation of pilot projects Pilots could point out various benefits of the OOP implementation for all relevant stakeholders; Moreover, this could indicate potential gaps and further requirement for cross-border implementation of the OOP in a higher scale. EU implementers, National implementers
Political Commitment PA.5 PA.5 Moving Carrying out workshops and seminars on OOP implementation to convince decision makers and citizens Encourage decision makers to support the OOP implementation and convince citizens to use the OOP services by referring to the successful OOP implementations, pointing out expected benefits, and highlighting its positive impacts on the economy and society. Organization of seminars and workshops Implementation of this action will leads to more willingness of the OOP implementation and more acceptances of the OOP services among the citizens. Academia, NGOs, EU government, National government
Political Commitment PA.4 PA.4 Education, Health, Moving E.1, E.12, E.15, H.3 Develop political commitment to resolve potential conflicting concept, policies, and legislations Development of comprehensive political commitments with the aim of resolving potential conflicting concepts, policies, and legislations in various domains (e.g. freedom of teaching and EU-wide harmonisation of education). Policy Recommendation The development will ease the cross-border OOP implementation by eliminating barriers, which occur from conflicting concepts EU policy makers, National policy makers
Political Commitment PA.3 PA.3 Education, Health, Moving E.1, E.12, E.15 Develop seamless political commitment with aim to encourage development of supportive legislations Supportive legislations on different levels should be in place to make the cross-border OOP implementations possible as well as encouraging citizens to use the OOP services. For instance, legislation that guarantees the realisation of citizen’s rights, i Policy Recommendation Facilitation of cross-border implementations of the OOP and incensement of citizen's trust to use and participate in cross-border OOP services EU policy makers, National policy makers
Political Commitment PA.2 PA.2 Education, Health, Moving E.1, E.12, E.15, H.3 Develop seamless political commitment as well as adjust current ones to specify commitments and responsibilities Comprehensive political commitments on different levels should be developed to clearly define and differentiate commitments and responsibilities for the OOP implementation on different levels Policy Recommendation Pave the way for the cross-border implementation of the OOP by accelerating implementation of the required building blocks and enablers EU policy makers, National policy makers
Political Commitment PA.1 PA.1 Education, Health, Moving E.1, E.12, E.15, H.3 Develop seamless political commitment as well as adjust current ones to specify commitments and responsibilities Comprehensive political commitments on different levels should be developed to clearly define and differentiate commitments and responsibilities for the OOP implementation on different levels Policy Recommendation The execution of political commitments will lead to satisfying collaboration in-between responsible governmental entities for the OOP implementations in all Member States EU policy makers, National policy makers
Semantic Interoperability SA.1 SA.1 Taxation, Social Protection, Education T.5, SP.6, E.3 Agree on, create and implement common standards EU-wide agreement, creation and implementation of common standards for data exchange. There are already a number of common standards, but not for every area. Moreover, these are not used by every member state. Implementation of enablers Common standards enable and simplify cross-border data exchange. EU implementers, EU policy makers

Policy Recommendations Text

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Area of Policy Recommendatin Responsible Actors Policy Recommendation Nr. of Roadmap Action
Legal Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Clarification of OOP-requirements under the aspect of data protection law. Clarification of OOP-requirements under the aspect of data protection law Maybe funding of research (exploration of legal OOP-barriers) could be helpful. Data protection regulations are though the GDPR very different in the EU countries. Where some countries operate unique IDs for citizens (eg Estonia), other countries have definded legal and technical barriers to avoid cross sector data integration and da
Legal Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Implementation of EU-legislation in order to provide meaningful (cross-border) data transfers including a clear organisational structure Implementation of EU-legislation in order to provide meaningful (cross-border) data transfers including a clear organisational structure LA.1 Provide financial resources to support the Member States in the harmonisation of national legislation Research activities to the extension of meaningful cross-border data transfer
Political Commitment National legislators, National policy makers Implementation of further core digital services on national level in order to enhance OOP implementation Implementation of further core digital services on national level in order to enhance OOP implementation PA.4 Provide funding for the promotion of digitalisation and also implementation activities. Research activities on the background of the targeted services possibly required
Political Commitment National policy makers, National legislators Identification and implementation of outstanding “OOP for citizens pilots” on national level to reach more acceptance of the OOP-based digital services Identification and implementation of outstanding “OOP for citizens pilots” on national level to reach more acceptance of the OOP-based digital services Funding of investigation (first step) and implementation (2nd step) is definitely required. Investigations are required to identifiy services (ideally based on so called “living situations” with a positive impact for citizens by using the OOP to reduce administrative burden (Austrian example: “Digitales Amt” Services provided by App and Website
Political Commitment National policy makers, National legislators Implementation of a so called “digital agenda” targeting on the integration of different registers, databases and services Implementation of a so called “digital agenda” targeting on the integration of different registers, databases and services PA.2, PA.3 Funding of the necessary expertise for setting up a digital agenda is required Research activities - which can be based on the SCOOP4C and TOOP findings – are necessary to develop a conclusive “digital agenda” for