Interoperability: The benefits of a connected landscape
Governments across the globe are constantly faced with the need to deliver more effective and efficient digital services. This is an ongoing and continuous process of modernization driven by constantly evolving technologies and digital policy goals. Designing and implementing interoperability frameworks is crucial for secure data exchange within our public repositories and registries, between governmental organizations and across jurisdictional boundaries, and to ultimately improve the flow of information. Achieving this level of connectivity and exchange will enable governments to operate more economically while also elevating public services.
In this latest whitepaper from Teranet and Foster Moore, we examine the foundational constructs of public registers, the necessity of data exchange between registers, and the evolution and modes of interoperability. We will investigate key developments in Canada and the EU, and outline some of the key foundational building blocks towards achieving successful register interoperability in support of our digital government agendas.
As the need for digitalizing governments increases, the time is right to lay the groundwork for implementing interoperability within registers. Enabling Digital Government: Interoperability and Data Exchange Across Registries is an essential read for public officials, policy makers, and technical teams interested in procuring new and adaptable technological solutions that can help drive interoperability and support whole of government digitalization.