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EU: ISA Metadata Management Survey Results

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Published date
5 January 2012
Country
EU Institutions
Domain
eGovernment
Languages
English
Author
Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations (ISA)
Publisher
Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations (ISA)
License of the document
Creative Commons
Submitted By
Debora Di Giacomo (PwC) | Belgium
Complete title:
Metadata Management Survey Results - Understanding the current state of affairs with regards to Metadata Management in the EU Member States

Description (short summary):
In November 2011, the European Commission conducted a survey in the context of Action 1.1 of the Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations (ISA) Programme. This Action focuses on the development, promotion and support of semantic assets as key enablers in achieving semantic interoperability.

The objective of the survey was to better understand how Member States are handling and managing metadata and, in particular, what differences exist between different semantic asset management systems. Member States were asked to position themselves within the 5 maturity levels of metadata management, introduced by the ISA Programme paper 'Towards Open Government Metadata'.

 The publication in question presents the key findings from the survey. It shows that Member States are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of metadata and that a number of initiatives exist to work towards effective and efficient metadata management. The results were used as a direct input for the Report on existing Semantic Asset Repositories.

Number of pages: 17

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