The project of National lnteroperability Framework of Spain, main aspects and the approach to standards
The National lnteroperability Framework of Spain, whose creation is established in the eGovernment Law (Law 11/2007, art. 42), has to define a set of criteria and recommendations to be taken into account by the Spanish Public Administrations in their technological decisions so as to ensure an adequate level of organizative, semantic and technical interoperability. The legal basis states that Public Administration bodies shall use open standards and, as appropriate and in complement, standards which are of general use among the public. In this presentation we will see the main aspects of the project of this National lnteroperability Framework and the approach followed in relation to standards.
Miguel A. Amutio
Miguel A. Amutio is Head of Area within the DG for the Promotion of eGovernment in the Ministry of the Presidency of Spain. Head of the Spanish delegation in the managing committees of the EU Programmes IDA II (1999-2004) and IDABC (since 2005). He coordinates the development of the National Interoperability Framework and of the National Security Framework in Spain. His domains of expertise include cross-border eGovernment services, interoperability, open standards, open source software and IT security. President of AENOR AEN GET 13 Risk Management. CISA,CISM.See more info about the speaker