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How to model a 'Procedure' (SDGR, Annex II) #42

kareljanr opened this issue Oct 31, 2019 · 2 comments


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@kareljanr kareljanr commented Oct 31, 2019

The Single Digital Gateway Regulation uses the term 'procedure' 184 times and includes the Annex II, which contains 21 procedures that should be fully digitalised by 2023. As this is a highly used concept, we propose to map this in the SDG common model. We have distinguished two approaches to do this:

  1. A procedure is the same as a public service. In the CPSV-AP a public service is defined as: A Public Service is a mandatory or discretionary set of activities performed, or able to be performed, by or on behalf of a public organisation, publicly funded and arise from public policy [...]

  2. A procedure is a class, that is implemented by one or more public service(s).

Other approaches could be possible. We depend on your input to identify other possible approaches or to improve the identified approaches. Feel free to provide your opinion on this issue.


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@pwin pwin commented Nov 1, 2019

... and a Procedure should perhaps be able to be linked to 0:* Procedure(s)

@kareljanr kareljanr changed the title How to model a 'Procedure' (Annex II, SDG Regulation) How to model a 'Procedure' (SDGR, Annex II) Nov 6, 2019

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@kareljanr kareljanr commented Nov 6, 2019

Japan is working on a similar solution (Universal Menu). In this solution they make a distinction between a procedure and a public service:


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