The two consortia, but also the experience from the EESSI project, confirm that the digital single market can only be created through European cooperation. This is because the devil is in the detail. Given the diversity of European systems, this is no surprise. It is therefore crucial to work well and closely together.
Going it alone nationally and digitally would not get you very far in cross-border business anyway. They make you digitally “speechless”. Therefore, on 18 November 2022, the European Commission presented a proposal for a Regulation on measures for a high level of interoperability of the public sector in the Union. The objective is to create an information system for the public sector, so that Member States can jointly learn from each other according to the principle of “best practice”, and communicate unhindered with each other via compatible network and information systems. Isolated solutions should be prevented.