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Merging INSPIRE obligations with eGovernment and Open Data initiative in Slovenia

Tomaz PETEK

(Submission #124)


Abstract

In the paper I would like to present how the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive is embedded in a Slovenian national spatial data policy. Specially we was focused into Open Data and PSI data initiatives when we implement changes into Slovenian national INSPIRE Geo-portal (www.geoportal.gov.si) . Although we have in mind also other European and global policy developments and initiatives when we planning fully implement INSPIRE obligations. In the paper will be present Slovenian action plan for implementation of INSPIRE in period 2016-2020. In this action plan we put a lot of attention on awareness raising and capacity building. We are fully aware that there is a need for more dedicated, coordinated and systematic efforts between the EU level partners and the Member States to create synergies and align the INSPIRE work with those other policies and initiatives (ELISE, EIF, EULF, implementation of Re3gistry and GEO DCAT and RDF implementation. In last part of presentation, we would like to address questions of coordination, coherence and possible synergies between national level and with other EU and global initiatives. Within UN GGIM Europe, where we following national arrangement activities and emergency management system within Copernicus programme. In past few years Slovenia exploit only a few financing opportunities for realisation of INSPIRE implementation projects with available EU or national funds, but in future we are looking forward to use additional financial opportunities and initiatives such as the Copernicus/Galileo programmes, or to actions under the Digital Single Market such as the eGovernment Action Plan (ISA2).

Categories

Topic Area:  [1.15] Other e-Government applications
Abstract Type:  Oral Presentation

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