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Krimmer Robert et al. (Editors), "The Once-Only Principle", Springer Nature, 2021, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-79851-2, License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
This open access State-of-the-Art Survey describes and documents the developments and results of the Once-Only Principle Project (TOOP). The Once-Only Principle (OOP) is part of the seven underlying principles of the eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020. It aims to make the government more effective and to reduce administrative burdens by asking citizens and companies to provide certain standard information to the public authorities only once. The project was horizontal and policy-driven with the aim of showing that the implementation of OOP in a cross-border and cross-sector setting is feasible. The book summarizes the results of the project from policy, organizational, architectural, and technical points of view.
Computer Applications, Special Purpose And Application-based Systems, Programming Techniques, Software Engineering/programming And Operating Systems, Computer Application In Administrative Data Processing, Computer And Information Systems Applications, Software Engineering, Access Control, Communication Systems, Computer Systems, Cryptography, Databases, Field Programmable Gate Array (fpga), Gateways (computer Networks), Information Systems, Internet Protocols, Network Protocols, Object-oriented Design, Object-oriented Programming, Object-oriented Programming Languages, Signal Processing, Social Networks, Software Architecture, Software Design, System Architectures, Information Technology: General Issues, Expert Systems / Knowledge-based Systems, Computer Programming / Software Engineering, Operating Systems
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