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Area of Policy Recommendation Responsible Actors Policy Recommendation Nr. of Roadmap Action Funding Requirements Leagal Requirements Research Requirements
Legal Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Implementation of EU-legislation in order to provide meaningful (cross-border) data transfers including a clear organisational structure LA.1 Provide financial resources to support the Member States in the harmonisation of national legislation Research activities to the extension of meaningful cross-border data transfer
Data protection and privacy EU policy makers, EU legislators Formulation of a clear understanding on European level on what has to be implemented in terms of data protection according to GPDR DPA.5 Provide financial support of the research activities in order to receive a clear understanding Research activities in the direction of how to harmonised the rules concerning a clear understanding
Political Commitment EU policy makers, EU legislators Stimulate competition between the member states by building “coalitions of the willing” at different levels and during different time periods – policy of different speeds. Encouraging by funding of innovative cross border policy initiatives – not only projects
Political Commitment EU policy makers, EU legislators Development of a comprehensive political commitment – expressed by an elaborated SINGLE strategy to implement OOP as one main pillar of digitalisation, based on existing proposals and action plans (e.g. E-Government Action Plan 2016-2020) PA.1, PA.2 Funding of research activities to gain the basis for a strategy. Research of existing good practices and meaningful cases for OOP – ideally for cross border services.
Legal Interoperability EU policy makers, EU legislators Clarification of OOP-requirements under the aspect of data protection law Maybe funding of research (exploration of legal OOP-barriers) could be helpful. Data protection regulations are though the GDPR very different in the EU countries. Where some countries operate unique IDs for citizens (eg Estonia), other countries have definded legal and technical barriers to avoid cross sector data integration and da