European Commission introduces public-sector interoperability law

23/11/2022 | European Commission

The European Commission has proposed the Interoperable Europe Act to streamline public-sector data sharing across EU member states. The proposed legislation supports "trusted data flows" and "the creation of a network of sovereign and interconnected digital public administrations," according to the Commission, adding that it seeks to "ensure the seamless delivery of public services across borders, sectors and organisational boundaries."

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