European Interoperability Framework
The European Interoperability Framework (EIF) is a set of recommendations which specify how Administrations, Businesses and Citizens communicate with each other within the EU and across Member States borders.
The EIF 1.0 was issued under the Interoperable Delivery of European eGovernment Services to public Administrations, Businesses and Citizens programme (IDABC). The EIF continues under the new ISA programme, which replaced the IDABC programme on 31 December 2009.
For further examples of Enterprise Architecture frameworks designed operate at different levels of scale, see also Alternative Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
EIF Version 1.0
- Scope of government - services provided, degree of state ownership of businesses, scale of armed forces, police and border control operations
- Structure of government - central/local government balance, what departments exist, how departments interact
- Citizen/state interaction models - processes related to key life events (births, marriages, deaths), document issue procedures, support for foreign languages
EIF Version 2
EIF 2 was adopted by the European Commission as the Annex II - EIF (European Interoperability Framework) of the Communication “Towards interoperability for European public services” on the 16th of December 2010.
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- Documentation on the European Interoperability Framework 1.0 and Draft version of 2.0
- Documentation on the European Interoperability Framework
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