The Once-Only Principle Project (TOOP)

The institute public sector transformation participates in the horizon 2020 project to develop a European infrastructure to implement the once-only-principle across borders, bringing in the perspective of the Swiss experience.

Factsheet

  • Lead department Business
  • Institute Institute for Public Sector Transformation
  • Research unit Daten und Infrastruktur
  • BFH centre BFH Centre for the Digital Society
  • Funding organisation Europäische Union
  • Duration (planned) 01.03.2018 - 30.06.2020
  • Project management Alessia C. Neuroni
  • Head of project Alessia C. Neuroni
  • Project staff Jérôme Brugger
    Regula Guggisberg
  • Partner European Commission - Directorate General for Research
    Institutul National de Cercetare-Dezvoltare in lnformatica - lGl Bucuresti,
    Bundesrechenzentrum GmbH
    Stockholm University
    PosAm
    Mebitech
    E-SENS
    Unione ltaliana delle Camere di Commercio lndustria Artigianato e Agricoltura - Unioncamer
    LIIKENNE- JA VIESTINTAVIRASTO
    VALSTS AKCIJU SABIEDRIBA LATVIJAS JURAS ADMINISTRACIJA
    STRAVV.DE
    REGISTERENHETEN I BRONNOYSUND
    MINISTRY OF ADMINISTRATIVE RECONSTRUCTION
    Ministrstvo za javno upravo
    MINISTERIE VAN ECONOMISCHE ZAKEN EN KLIMAAT
    MINISTERIE VAN BINNENLANDSE ZAKEN EN KONINKRIJKSRELATIES
    MAJANDUS JA KOMMUNIKATSIOONIMINISTEERIUM
    LIETUVOS TRANSPORTO SAUGOS ADMINISTRACIJA
    EXECUTIVE AGENCY MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
    Direction interministerielle du numerique et du systeme d'information et de communication
    UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS RESEARCH CENTER
    Teknologisk lnstitu
    Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
    Siec Badawcza Lukasiewicz lnstytut Logistyki i Magazynowania
    Luxembourg lnstitute of Science and Technology
  • Keywords E-Government, Data, Once-Only-Principle, European Union

Situation

The concept of OOP focuses on data from businesses. Drawing from the project’s experience, we developed recommendations and technical solutions for the implementation of OOP, ultimately aimed to improve processes within public administration.

Course of action

The Once-Only-Principle makes business data available between various bodies and levels of public administration as well as across borders. During the project a range of organizational and technological requirements had to be met and were tested in three pilot projects. Additionally, the specific requirements for the Swiss context, a non-EU state, were being documented.