Cooperation agreement between the Federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region regarding the alignment of referencing addresses and the linking of address information.

Cooperation agreement between the federal, regional and community administrations on the harmonization and alignment of initiatives aiming to realize an integrated e-government.

Cooperation agreement of 2 April 2010 between the Federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region for the coordination of an infrastructure for spatial information.

This cooperation agreement is the partial transposition of Directive 2007/2 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an infrastructure for spatial information in the Community (INSPIRE).

The G-Cloud programme is the result of a joint initiative by several public institutions: federal public services, institutions of the social security and health sector... The practical realization is steered by the "Cloud Governance Board".

The G-Cloud is a hybrid cloud, on the one hand using services offered by private companies in public cloud environments and, on the other hand, services hosted in government data centers. The management of the G-Cloud is done by the government. The private sector is used extensively for the development and operational activities.

One of the principles of e-government is to minimise administrative formalities. This means that information should only have to be communicated to the government once. This information may relate to personal, company and government data, or a combination of these. 

The information is stored in so-called “authoritative sources” – databases where master data is stored. FPS BOSA guarantees access to these authoritative sources and the fast exchange of information in a uniform and secure way through the Federal Service Bus (FSB).

The Federal Metropolitan Area Network (FedMAN) connects the various federal government services while providing them with central access to the Internet.

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Cooperation agreement concerning the Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and the Council of 7 juli 2010 regarding the framework for deploying intelligent transport systems in the domain of road transport and for the interfacing with other transport methods.

eBirth is an IT-solution which allows to digitize the useful information about the administrative process of a birth notification and to simplify the transfer of this information to all stakeholders.  This means that eBirth replaces the paper versions of these forms and that the information only has to be encoded once.

Protocol agreement between the Federal State and the in article 128, 130, 135 and 138 of the Constitution purposed administrations concerning the creation of a unique digital desk intended for health actors.

Cooperation agreement between the Federal State, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region regarding the Coordination structure for Patrimony Information.

CSAM is a set of agreements and rules to organise identity and access management within e-government.