The Interoperable Europe Act: Introduction

Less than an hour

Course details

This short course will provide an introduction to the Interoperable Europe Act for public servants across Europe, including the background and context, why the Act is needed, how it links with other EU digital policies, legislation and the 2030 Digital Decade targets. The course will also provide insight into what is regulated, who is affected and demonstrate the key features of the Act. It will also highlight the involvement for public sector authorities in terms of planning and monitoring.

Target audience

The primary target audience will be a mixture of those with decision-making responsibilities in the area of interoperability application and implementation, and those with hands-on responsibility for designing implementation scenarios and architectures. They include:

  • Public policy officers
  • Legal advisors
  • Public service designers
  • Solution architects
  • Systems architects
  • CTOs
  • CIOs

Learning objectives

  • Understand the background and context for the introduction of the Interoperable Europe Act
  • Be able to describe the key features of the Act
  • Understand the governance of the Act, in particular the Interoperable Europe Board and the community.
  • Understand the planning and monitoring, Interoperable Europe agenda
  • Understand the involvement for public sector authorities
  • Apply the principles in local and national context

Offered by

This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.