Big Policy Canvas Research Roadmap

[...] * Interoperability of government data, as well as the issues of data centralization versus federation, as well as data protection, remain challenges to be dealt with. New solutions are needed that balance the need for data integration with the safeguards on data protection, the demand for data centralisation with the need to respect each administration autonomy, and the requirement for ex ante homogenization with more pragmatic, on demand approaches based on the “data lake” paradigm. All this need to take place at European level, to ensure the achievement of the goals of the Tallinn declaration.
Centralization vs. federation and administration autonomy reveal the consistency issue in case of data interrelation, to some extent. This occurs, for example, when an organization modifies some content referenced by others. So, any modification must be propagated in some ways.
cristian.lai, 12/09/2019 10:44
Shefali Virkar
Agreed. The interoperability of government data, and the design of governmental data networks, warrants further looking into.
Shefali Virkar, 30/09/2019 13:56