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1 © 2011 IBM Corporation Slimmere Informatie Uitwisseling Informatie uitwisseling vanuit een Europees Perspectief Bartho Dröge Executive Architect Public Sector 27 januari 2011

2 © 2011 IBM Corporation Inhoud van deze presentatie  Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda  European Interoperability Framework (EIF)  Projectvoorbeelden: STORK, EPSOS, PEPPOL, SPOCS  Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM  XBRL voor de Overheid.. door Pascal Coenen

3 © 2011 IBM Corporation Inhoud van deze presentatie  Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda  European Interoperability Framework (EIF)  Projectvoorbeelden: STORK, EPSOS, PEPPOL, SPOCS  Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM  XBRL voor de Overheid.. door Pascal Coenen

4 © 2011 IBM Corporation Ministerial Declaration on e-Government We, the ministers responsible for e-Government policy of the EU member states, the candidate countries and the EFTA countries have approved […] By 2015, policy priorities shall be achieved:  Citizens and businesses are empowered by e-Government services designed around users‘ needs and developed with third parties as well as by increased access to public information, strengthened transparency and effective means for involvement […]  Mobility in the Single Market is reinforced by seamless e-Government services for the setting up and running of a business and for studying, working, residing and retiring anywhere in the EU  Efficiency and effectiveness is enabled by a constant effort to use e-Government to reduce the administrative burden, improve organisational processes and promote a sustainable low-carbon economy  The implementation of the policy priorities is made possible by appropriate key enablers and legal and technical preconditions.

5 © 2011 IBM Corporation Scope of EU Digital Agenda   100 actions in the following categories: –Digital Single MarketDigital Single Market –Interoperability and StandardsInteroperability and Standards –Trust and SecurityTrust and Security –Very Fast InternetVery Fast Internet –Research and innovationResearch and innovation –Enhancing e-skillsEnhancing e-skills –ICT for Social ChallengesICT for Social Challenges –InternationalInternational

6 © 2011 IBM Corporation Implementation of the EU Digital Agenda  Digital Single Market –Online access to legal content –50% shop online –20% buy cross-borders  Openess and Interoperability –Recognize and create more and better standards in Europe –Make better use of these standards –Ensure interoperability even in absence of standards  Online Trust and Security –Cybercrime Centre –Computer Emergency Response Teams  Internet for All –2013: 100% coverage –2020: 100% coverage >= 30Mbps – 50% household take-up >= 100Mbps

7 © 2011 IBM Corporation Inhoud van deze presentatie  Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda  European Interoperability Framework (EIF)  Projectvoorbeelden: STORK, EPSOS, PEPPOL, SPOCS  Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM  XBRL voor de Overheid.. door Pascal Coenen

8 © 2011 IBM Corporation European Interoperability Framework (EIF)

9 © 2011 IBM Corporation European Interoperability Framework: Interaction Patterns & Infrastructure Services  Network Integration in the Future Internet – technical Interoperability (addressed by SOA)  Semantic Interoperability (Information Standards – Metadata Models)  Organizational Interoperability (Interaction Standards – Process Coherence)  Politcal Interoperability (Harmonization of National Legislations)

10 © 2011 IBM Corporation Behavioral marketing Cyber security Catastrophe planning Smart grid Disease spread Earth resource mgmt. Community resiliency Analyzing and managing these interconnected and interdependent models creates differentiating business value for clients. IBM is active member and can support those initiatives. CIP ICT-PSP Project EPIC: Orchestration of Smart Services Trend Increasingly rich modeling, and instrumentation Trend Increasing standardization and transparency Trend Increasing standardization and transparency Trend Higher fidelity capture with human assist Activity Fusing multiple world models To extract insight Activity Orchestrating interdependent models, information, processes, decisions, actions Activity Capturing and using dynamic, intelligent interactions  Business Models  Decision Models  Business Process, and Data Models  Financial Models Business & IT World (Enterprise Reality)  Scientific models  Earth system models  Geospatial models  Physics models Physical World (Physical Reality)  Social network models  Economic models  Behavior models Human World Individuals and Communities (Social-economic Reality) Models Orchestrating the Smarter Planet Smart e-Government solutions require interconnected and interdependent Models to represent the physical environment, business & IT, and individuals & communities

11 © 2011 IBM Corporation Inhoud van deze presentatie  Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda  European Interoperability Framework (EIF)  Projectvoorbeelden: STORK, EPSOS, PEPPOL, SPOCS  Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM  XBRL voor de Overheid.. door Pascal Coenen

12 © 2011 IBM Corporation Important Current Projects European eHealth Project Electronic patient record systems, with their initial focus on both patient summary/ emergency data sets and medication record/ePrescribing solutions, are being driven forward by many EU member states. Both governments and their suppliers will benefit from more efficient, harmonised Electronic procurement and invoicing processes. The project will also be a catalyst for introducing eBusiness in companies and for speeding up the overall uptake of new technologies. SPOCS aims at providing seamless simple procedures online for cross-border services to set up a business in another EU country in the context of the Services Directive. The project builds on solutions developed in Member States as they implement the Services Directive. The aim of the STORK project is to establish a European eID Interoperability Platform that will allow citizens to establish new e-relations across borders, just by presenting their national eID.

13 © 2011 IBM Corporation WP 1: Content syndication, multilingual issues and glossary To enable content syndication, related to glossaries and the multilingual reality. 27 different MSs, 23 different languages, 3 different alphabets – content syndication + multilingual issues must be qualified. WP 2: eDocuments To enable understanding and recognition of eDocuments and their authentication and validation processes. Official eDocuments should be automatically processed regardless of its origin or language. WP 3: Interoperable eDelivery, eSafe… Need for an integrated One-Stop Government approach to handle eDocuments in front and back office. Two major Elements: eSafe and eDelivery WP 4: Interoperable eService Directories To enable definition and description of services to form a better understanding and recognition of eServices that are provided in different national service directories. WP 5: Piloting with professions Leveraging the results achieved in the work packages WP1 – WP4, WP5 allows the experimentation with real cases focusing on two (or more) professions. This enables the validation of the overall design and implementation, and demonstrates the synergies among the individual WPs. WP 6: Awareness raising, dissemination, stakeholder groups engagement and growing communities of practice To create sustainable innovation potential in the PSC Communities of Practice. WP 7: Project administration The overall goal of WP7 “Project administration” is to coordinate and manage the project, to ensure timely achievement of project goals in a high quality and within budget, to carry out internal project reporting and reporting towards the Commission, and to coordinate the external project relations. Overview of SPOCS Work Packages

14 © 2011 IBM Corporation The broader PEPPOL Vision is to enable Public eProcurement in Europe just exchanging electronic documents for all procurement processes Longer Term Vision of PEPPOL Each company of any size, including specifically Small/Medium Enterprises (SME) can participate in electronic public tenders issued by any Public Contracting Authority of any EU Member State and perform all processes with electronic documents with electronic signature for: –Enterprise Qualification (Sourcing) –Offer submission (Tender, Auction) –Contract negotiation and awarding –Order receiving –Invoices emission –Payments Public organisation Company

15 © 2011 IBM Corporation Example: PEPPOL Infrastructure – high level

16 © 2011 IBM Corporation Inhoud van deze presentatie  Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda  European Interoperability Framework (EIF)  Projectvoorbeelden: STORK, EPSOS, PEPPOL, SPOCS  Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM  XBRL door Pascal Coenen

17 © 2011 IBM Corporation 17 A unified framework approach for government provides delivers speed, flexibility, choice and assures interoperability IT Hardware and Operations Infrastructure Industry Standards, Data and Process Models Interfaces and Adapters Tools Templates and Portlets Reference Architectures Delivery Guides and Partner Enablement Centers Government Framework Software Foundation IBM Government Industry Framework Government Industry-Specific Extensions Customs,Tax and Revenue Management Safety and Security Social Services & Social Security Integrated Urban Infrastructure Metropolitan Transportation & Roads IBM Industry Solutions and Business Partner Solutions

18 © 2011 IBM Corporation 18 The Government Industry Framework addresses key government pain points across multiple domains and scenarios Metropolitan Transportation & Roads Custom, Tax and Revenue Management Safety and Security Social Services and Social Security Integrated Urban Infrastructure IT Hardware and Operations Infrastructure Government Framework Software Foundation IBM Government Industry Framework Government Industry-Specific Extensions Government Industry Solutions

19 © 2011 IBM Corporation Inhoud van deze presentatie  Europese initiatieven: De EU Digitale Agenda  European Interoperability Framework (EIF)  Projectvoorbeelden: STORK, EPSOS, PEPPOL, SPOCS  Voorbeeld implementaties door IBM  XBRL voor de Overheid door Pascal Coenen

20 © 2011 IBM Corporation Agenda  What is XBRL  Local & Global XBRL Initiatives  XBRL Solutions

21 © 2011 IBM Corporation What is XBRL When XBRL becomes the financial reporting standard, organizations and institutions can expect the following advantages:  XBRL facilitates re-use  XBRL improves data quality  XBRL decreases costs related to data analysis  XBRL reduces overall time of financial reporting XBRL is a global standard designed to streamline the production and consumption of business reports and financial data (collection, validation, publication, and analysis)

22 © 2011 IBM Corporation Local & Global XBRL Initiatives The Dutch Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program  Main goal of reducing the compliancy reporting burden for Dutch businesses  Able to receive XBRL reports through a central portal that is used by several agencies  Key institutions; Kamer van Koophandel, Belastingdienst & CBS are able to receive reports in XBRL format  It is the program’s intention to publish received Chamber of Commerce XBRL reports  Program also focuses on internal use, facilitating the communication of data between governmental institutions

23 © 2011 IBM Corporation Local & Global XBRL Initiatives The Dutch Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program The following reports can already be transferred to the Dutch government in XBRL  Aangifte Omzetbelasting (Belastingdienst)  Winstaangifte Inkomensbelasting (Belastingdienst)  (Verkorte) winstaangifte Vennootschapsbelasting (Belastingdienst)  Intercommunitaire prestaties (Belastingdienst)  BTW (Belastingdienst)  Opgaaf korte termijn statistiek (CBS)  Jaarstatistiek (CBS)  Onderzoek Investeringen en lease (CBS)  Jaarrekening (Kamer van Koophandel)  Kredietrapportages (Banken) On September 2010 the Dutch Tax Office made XBRL the mandatory standard for reporting “verkorte aangiften vennootschapbelasting”.

24 © 2011 IBM Corporation Local & Global XBRL Initiatives The Australian Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program  Participating agencies: The Treasury Australian Bureau of Statistics Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Australian Securities and Investments Commission Australian Tax Office 8 State Revenue Agencies  Estimated annual savings of $795 million to Australian businesses  In 2008 IBM was awarded the contract to design and create the Core Services IT platform  Delivery successfully completed

25 © 2011 IBM Corporation With IBM Software IBM & Partner Services XBRL related Programme Management, Systems Integration and Architecture Reporting lifecycle management Taxonomy creation and or extension Information modeling Web Services and SOA Automate the processes of data collection, eg different accounting systems Mapping and transformation tools Data integration Data Extraction Checking data for accuracy Collecting and integrating data into XBRL Instance creation, single and grouped report production, XBRL processing Report editing Rendering Storing, retrieving and querying XBRL documents Data Pattern Analysis Risk assessments Statistical analysis Business Intelligence Local & Global XBRL Initiatives The Australian Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program

26 © 2011 IBM Corporation Local & Global XBRL Initiatives The Dutch Water Boards XBRL Case  Economic and Monetary Union reporting to the Central Bureau of Statistics  After a initial learning curve total reporting time started to decrease  Research showed a 25% drop in average reporting time Source: Impact of eXtensible Business Reporting Language on the administrative burden of organizations, Deliotte 2007

27 © 2011 IBM Corporation XBRL Software Solutions Creating & Sending XBRL reports:  Cognos 8 Controller - Alliance with Semansys - XBRL reporter module -Direct link to data in Cognos  Clarity FSR -XBRL functionality embedded in FSR -Seamless integration with source data -One version of the truth Receiving & Validating XBRL reports:  CoreFiling True North Solutions -XBRL Processing -XBRL Validating -XBRL Transformation


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