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 http://www.gsis.gr/gsis/info/gsis_site/Services/DimosiaDioikisi/ked or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org