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Member States to make eGovernment services fully interoperable

Indicator Status Evidence
Does the Member State have a National Interoperability Framework? Yes Denmark has a policy orientated eGovernment Strategy, the “e-Government Strategy 2011 – 2015” as well as several technical ICT principles. Together these technical ICT principles make up the Danish NIF. For more information on the current Danish E-Government Strategy see:
Have public administrations aligned their national interoperability frameworks with the European Interoperability Framework? Yes Denmark fully aligns with the EIF. Please see the list of mandatory open standards (including data formats, security, accessibility, eSignature etc.) (see:, regulation on the use of standards (see the act on standards for eInvoicing :, the list of recommended standards (see: Moreover Denmark also has various recommendations on e.g. Enterprise Architecture (, semantics (see and service oriented infrastructure (
Does the NIF take into account the European dimension of public service delivery? No The Danish e-Government Strategy 2007 - 2015 does not mention the European dimension of public service delivery and the more recent strategy paper (which is being revised) is only currently available in Danish, it mentions EU law, but not the European dimension of public service delivery see: and
Is IPv6 supported? Yes The website from a Danish Ministry shows that they have taken it all onboard ALSO see, there is an interesting section on this webpage stating that the Danish Government is in the process of ensuring a smooth transistion (the webpage dates from 2011)

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