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gic  3/9/2010

The IDABC Semantic Interoperability Centre Europe - SEMIC.EU - belongs to the IDABC horizontal measures with the objective to promote the harmonization of interoperability assets that are the basis for cross-border e-Government services. More precisely, SEMIC.EU is supposed to promote the reuse of syntactic (e.g. XML schemas) and semantic assets (e.g. ontologies) needed for semantic interoperability. SEMIC.EU will provide these interoperability assets via a public web repository to interested stakeholders in European public administrations.


In November 2008 the Greek Interoperability Centre, upon succeeding in the relevant screening process, became an Associate to the Semantic Interoperability Centre Europe (SEMIC.EU).  GIC and SEMIC have initiated their collaboration in the field of semantic interoperability for governments,  focusing on methodologies and tools for developing reusable data components, based on the UN/CEFACT Core Components Technical Specification.


GIC members Yannis Charalabidis and Fenareti Lampathaki have presented their perspective regarding "Modelling Governmental Information in Greece and Eastern Europe", in IDABC SEMIC.EU Workshop on Modelling eGovernment Entities - Methodologies and Experiences Under Review, held on February 2nd, 2009 in Brussels, and follow closely on SEMIC.EU news and advancements.

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