In its comments submitted to the European Commission, ECIS notes that EIF 2.0, if adopted and implemented, would make a significant contribution to encouraging openness and genuine interoperability across borders and software applications used in European eGovernment. The Draft recognises interoperability as a key means to promote efficient pan-European Government Services
(“PEGS”). ECIS supports these goals and encourages the Commission to adopt EIF v2.0 as a mechanism to achieve them. For more click here.

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