The interoperability platform maintained by the Digital and Population Data Services Agency provides tools for defining interoperable data content. The platform consists of the glossaries, code sets and data models needed for data flows and in other areas of information management.
The interoperability platform is intended for both public administration and the private sector. The platform tools are available free of charge for terminology work, the management of code sets and data modelling. Data content producers are responsible for their own data specifications and their quality, and for keeping them up to date.
You can also use the data specifications that exist on the interoperability platform. Using existing code sets and data models in your own system development is cost-effective and improves interoperability between the systems of different actors. The consistent use of concepts makes services easier to plan and understand.
Interested in joining the interoperability platform?
- If you would like to have a presentation of the interoperability platform and its tools, just send your request to the Digital and Population Data Services Agency at [email protected]
- Read the terms and conditions of use and complete the application for access rights.
The Digital and Population Data Services Agency will grant the access rights to the administrator named in the application for access rights.
The administrator will grant access rights to other users (data modellers, code set employees and glossary employees).
The data modellers, code set employees and the glossary employees create/transfer data from your organisation to the platform tools.
Frequently asked questions
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