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|Area of Policy Recommendation||Responsible Actors||Policy Recommendation||Nr. of Roadmap Action||Funding Requirements||Leagal Requirements||Research Requirements|
|Political Commitment||EU policy makers, EU legislators||Development of a comprehensive political commitment – expressed by an elaborated SINGLE strategy to implement OOP as one main pillar of digitalisation, based on existing proposals and action plans (e.g. E-Government Action Plan 2016-2020)||PA.1, PA.2||Funding of research activities to gain the basis for a strategy.||Research of existing good practices and meaningful cases for OOP – ideally for cross border services.|
|Legal Interoperability||EU policy makers, EU legislators||Clarification of OOP-requirements under the aspect of data protection law||Maybe funding of research (exploration of legal OOP-barriers) could be helpful.||Legal synchronisation on level of EU member states is necessary for cross border OOP||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|
|Technical Interoperability||EU policy makers, National legislators||Implementation of EU-wide enablers and infrastructures to facilitate secure communication and payment for data exchanges between entities in different countries||TA.2, TA.3, TA.4||Provide financial resources for the identification of EU-wide enablers and infrastructures||Implementation of directive/regulation to assure secure EU-wide communication and to enforce the adoption at member state level||Research and identify possible EU-wide enablers and infrastructures to facilitate secure communication and payment|
|Trust and Transparency||EU policy makers, EU legislators||Implementation of an EU wide solution for the data subject’s consent of data sharing including the right to withdraw it||TTA.1, TTA.4, OA.5, OA.6||Provide financial support for the research activities and the actual implementation||Implementation of corresponding EU-wide regulation for consent of data sharing which is in line with the GDPR||Research activities to identify appropriate solutions for the consent of data sharing and for the development of a clear concept|
|Semantic Interoperability||EU policy makers, EU legislators||Development and implementation of common EU-wide valid standards||SA.1, SA.2, SA.3, SA.4, SA.7||Provide funding for the creating and implementation of common standards within the EU||Implementation of common standards within the EU to enforce procedures’ adoption at member state level||Research activities to investigate standard models and understand the current standards for each member state, in order to be able to create common standards within the EU which can be applied to all MS|