Unique identification for companies on EU level could facilitate sufficient collaboration between national entities and private companies to enhance implementation of this scenario.
Citizen in this scenario receive tax reports from both home and foreign countries; however, sufficient semantic enabler is needed to make reports from foreign country understandable for citizen.
The lack of common standard and framework for exchange of electronic taxation information on European level is a gap to reach the scenario in this domain.
A multilingual code list of objects in the taxation domain on European level is necessary in order to facilitate effective data exchange between different countries.
Secure exchange of information is one of the fundamental requirement for the implementation of the OOP. Lack of common standard and framework for secure exchange of electronic information has been identified as a critical gap in this domain.
ECTS enables student to mapping and transferring the credits that achieved in one university to other universities. However, matching the competency is challenging.
Bilateral digital Learning Agreements between universities will facilitate mapping of courses and credits achieved by student in the host university to the education system of the home university. This agreement could overcome the lingual issue as well.
An EU-wide multilingual code list of objects in education domain is necessary in order to facilitate effective data exchange between different countries. For instance, universities and courses would be easily identifiable by those code lists. This code list will provide a unique identification code for objects in education domain.
Lack of common standard and framework for exchange of electronic educational information at Europe level can threat implementation of the scenario in this domain.
Diverse of ecological standards and regulation in different Member States could threats sufficient collaboration on EU level.