New FinMin’s interoperability centre aims to link all electronic services run by Greece’s public administration

The General Secretariat for Information System and Administrative Support on Wednesday launched the finance ministry’s interoperability centre, which aims to link all electronic services run by Greece’s public administration.

A finance ministry announcement said that the new system will create a single environment for the installation and use of internet services and the exchange of data between the finance ministry and other public-sector organisations. The web services will be offered to the participating public-sector bodies and agencies on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week.

It will provide the means for uninterrupted operational and productive functioning and high-quality transfer and management of information, using the latest security standards. GSIS will also offer the necessary technical and operational support to link up the various public-sector services with the new centre.

This new centre features an Interoperability Requests Management app, a Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) web services management and support platform, a joint web services implementation guide and a policy for the correct use of web services.

The ministry has invited any public-sector agency wishing to use the centre’s web services to visit its web-page or send an e-mail to