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Member States to implement Malmö and Granada declarations

Indicator Status Evidence
Does your legislation encourage the use of open specifications and common standards across public administrations? Yes -Legislative Decree 82/2005 “Digital Administration Code” (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/amministrazione-digitale/CAD-testo-vigente) -Implementation rules (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/sites/default/files/normativa/DPCM_01-apr-08.pdf) -Interview with the responsible of the action in the Member State -Art. 68 of CAD states that Administrations should compare solutions and adopt open specifications solutions (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/cad/analisi-comparativa-delle-soluzioni). The same thing applies for data which must be accessible in open formats (art. 52 as and according to art. 68)
Does your legislation encourage interoperability between public administrations? Yes -Legislative Decree 82/2005 “Digital Administration Code” (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/amministrazione-digitale/CAD-testo-vigente) -Implementation rules (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/sites/default/files/normativa/DPCM_01-apr-08.pdf) -Interview with the responsible of the action in the Member State Art. 68 of CAD which encourages public administrations to adopt informatic solutions ensuring interoperability and applicative cooperation
Are you using open source software? Yes -Legislative Decree 82/2005 “Digital Administration Code” (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/amministrazione-digitale/CAD-testo-vigente) -Implementation rules (http://www.digitpa.gov.it/sites/default/files/normativa/DPCM_01-apr-08.pdf) -Interview with the responsible of the action in the Member State -Since 2004 a ad hoc Observatory on use of Open Source Software has been established by CNIPA (now DigitPA) (http://www.osspa.cnipa.it/home/index.phpoption=com_content&task=view&id=14&Itemid=30).

Other initiatives:

New initiative of the semantic interoperability group (since January 2012) aimed at sharing all the public data available from the Public Administrations (http://spcdata.digitpa.gov.it/). Moreover a working group will define (before the end of June) the guidelines for open data interoperability implementation.

External contribution

External contributions are more than welcome. If you would like to share with us a country, regional or local-level initiative relevant for this DAE action, you can do it via the online form.