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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? Yes Instead of a NIF Finland has a Public Administration's Common Architecture (JHKA) which covers / will cover the same issues as a NIF would. This common enterprise architecture for the whole public administration will contain all the elements that are or should be common to every public administration organisation. Every individual public administration organisation should develop it’s own enterprise architecture and in doing so take into account and follow and make use of the common Public Administration EA.
Have you aligned your national interoperability frameworks with the European Interoperability Framework? Yes The Public Administration's Common Architecture includes architecture principles, which pretty much cover the principles described in EIF. Also otherwise EIF has guided our architecture work.
Does your National Interoperability Framework take into account the European dimension of public service delivery? Yes The update for the Public Administration's Common Architecture is under way and will be published in Spring 2017. It will include the European dimension in many ways: common services, like e-ID, have reference to European solutions, EIRA is included as a reference architecture, vocabularies are multilingual and so on.