The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Informatics (DIGIT) and the State Agency for e-Governance of Ukraine (SAEGU)agreed on enhanced cooperation through exchange of best practices in the field of digital public administrations. In practice this includes different fields of IT, open platforms, standards and methods where these concern interoperability solutions and common frameworks for public administrations.
How does the current use of APIs (application programming interfaces) in digital government bring added value for public services? A study launched by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and DG Connect entitled “APIs4DGov: APIs for Digital Government” will gain further understanding of the current use of APIs in digital government and their added value for public services.
The European Parliament and the Council reached a provisional political agreement during their third trilogue on the ‘European Electronic toll service’ (EETS) to enhance cross-border interoperability of electronic tolls, contribute to administrative simplification and reduce fraud.