Assessing progress being made towards interoperability
Interoperability Maturity Model
When is this action of interest to you?
You want to assess the interoperability readiness of your services and raise awareness of the need for more work to achieve interoperable solutions. The IMM will help you in this task.
What is this action about?
The Digital Agenda for Europe has identified the lack of interoperable applications as a major obstacle to growth. Although EU Member States have undertaken significant work in this area, it is difficult to assess the progress made so far by each public administration.
This action has developed a tool with which public administrations can assess the interoperability readiness of their services.
The work has also provided public administrations with a tool for gap analysis and highlighted some ‘dos and don’ts’ when creating or establishing a European public service.
The IMM is a maturity model coupled with a self-assessment tool. It can be used to identify interoperability needs, bottlenecks and best practices.
What are the objectives?
- devising a European Interoperability Maturity Model that can be consistently applied throughout the different European public administrations;
- enabling EU Member States and EU institutions to assess their interoperability readiness;
- analysing results and identifying recurring interoperability problems, best practices, etc.
- Important notice: A revised version of all IMM material including the questionnaire to be used for the assessments will become available here on 1 July 2015.
- Presentation on the Interoperability Maturity Model – 23 September 2014
- Interoperability Maturity Model (IMM) Leaflet
- More about the action
- Interoperability questionnaire, guidelines and final report of the action