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Member States should have aligned their national interoperability frameworks to the EIF.

Indicator Status Evidence
Do you have a National Interoperability Framework? No The Czech Republic doesn’t have a single document that explicitly describes our national interoperability framework, however interoperability of public administration systems is safeguarded by different laws, regulations and centrally provided support to public administrations, for example, by the Department of the Chief Architect of eGovernment at the Ministry of Interior, or by the National Registers Authority (established by the Act no. 111/2009 Coll., on Base Registries). Operational governance of current ICT projects is done based on the Government Resolution no. 889/2015, which authorizes the Department of Chief Architect of eGovernment to check the compliance of proposed solutions with mandatory architectural design patterns. The current ICT strategy for the period of 2014 – 2020 mentioned above includes steps and measures to further improve the interoperability
Have you aligned your national interoperability frameworks with the European Interoperability Framework? Yes Concerning the overall NIF/EIF alignment, the national interoperability framework of Czech Republic (as described above) is relatively well aligned on most of the dimensions of the EIF; however it has no alignment for the Interoperability Agreements. Some of this is due to the legislation-based approach to interoperability assurance, which makes its detailed provisions mandatory for all public administrations, while some aspects still need to be improved. The improvement areas, on the high level, are listed in the “Strategy for public administration ICT services development, and the measures to higher efficiency of ICT services”, which was approved as a part of the Government Resolution no. 889/2015.
Does your National Interoperability Framework take into account the European dimension of public service delivery? Yes The multilingualism principle is the one that has to be improved in a short time. The conceptual model of Czech Republic is based on a service-oriented approach and access to state-guaranteed data through base registers. In general, the European dimension of public services delivery is under development as a one of government priorities. The Czech Republic is a member of EUCARIS , ECRIS and is a partly connected member of EULIS . Czech Republic is also connected to the European Business Register (EBR) . We also participate in European Location Framework (ELF) project.