The project aims to identify common solutions that are easier and more cost-effective to implement for the Nordic and Baltic countries. A general model for cross-border exchange of information can only be built if the Once Only architecture referred to in the Single Digital Gateway Regulation is considered in this work. To ensure that no additional investments are needed, there is a need to launch the assessment and testing of the Once Only architecture, and prepare recommendations and good practices for exchange of information between the Nordic and Baltic countries.
The project is lead by the Finnish KEHA Centre (Development and Administration centre for ELY Centres and TE Offices).
The project is a component in the strategic programme Cross Border Digital Services.