European Interoperability Framework
What is the European Interoperability Framework?
The European Interoperability Framework is the parameters by which the European Union operates. This framework is the rules by which businesses, citizens, and administrations function and communicate with each other. There are many different versions of the European Interoperability Framework. The first version created E-government services. This framework is the largest framework to go across many different countries within the European Union. It provides information and guidance to the countries on how to set up services between themselves.
The first version has been in place since 2004. It includes the services that the government can provide, armed forces, policing, border control, and the ownership of the businesses. It provides a framework to balance the power between local and central governments. This includes the types of departments and how they work with each other. It handles the processing of documentation for marriage, death, and birth, including the support of foreign languages. The second version of the European Interoperability Framework was created in 2010 and included the main concept of technology for the framework, including the software that can be used for these services. The most version of the framework was created in 2017 and includes any and all changes to policy over the years since the creation of the framework.
E-government, also referred to as electronic government) services use technological devices to improve communications between them. This can include computers, mobile devices, and the internet and allow them to communicate across the different regions. This presents an opportunity for citizens to have access to more services.