Interoperable Europe Act enters into force for better connected public services for people and businesses

The Interoperable Europe Act, which entered into force on April 11 2024, will facilitate cross-border data exchange and accelerate the digital transformation of the public sector.

The Act is essential to reaching the objectives of the EU’s digital decade, such as having 100% of key public services available online by 2030. Interoperability is a core feature of a functioning Digital Single Market and contributes to a more effective implementation of digital features of public policies, from justice to health to transport.

Citizens, businesses, and public administrations will benefit most of the new regulation when using interconnected digital public services that require cross-border exchange of data.

You can read the full press release.

Find further information about the  goals, the EU data policy and the Digital Europe Programme.

Source: European Commission | News & Views (