White Paper on a common public-sector digital architecture

Citizens and businesses should experience services that are efficient, coherent, transparent and targeted to their needs. To achieve this, the local, regional and central governments have agreed on a common framework for digital architecture and a coherent IT-infrastructure.

The Digital Strategy for 2016-2020 established that there is a need for common architectural principles and guidelines, which would enable an easy and safe exchange of data between different public organisations. Therefore eight principles and twenty-two architectural rules have been developed and put into the White Paper on a common public-sector digital architecture.