The project aims to increase effectiveness of cross-border data exchange and to provide solutions for cross-border data exchange and cooperation between authorities, especially within the sectors of the selected life events. The project continues until the end of 2023. As the main deliverable, the project will produce a Handbook on cross-border data exchange.
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Recorded events (video): please follow this link
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How efficient is the exchange of data between countries at the moment? What kinds of needs and, on the other hand, bottlenecks can be identified? How could the exchange of data be further streamlined in cooperation between authorities? The baseline study report has been completed in response to these questions. The report establishes the requirements concerning key actors, data resources and data exchange as well as administrative and legislative bottlenecks in selected entities. Within the report, data interoperability was assessed at the four interoperability levels of the European Interoperability Framework (EIF): legal, organisational, semantic, and technical interoperability.
Baseline study of cross-border data exchange in the Nordic and Baltic countries: Final report (web publication): please follow this link
Release event of the Baseline report (video): please follow this link