Project Deliverables

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Deliverable 2.1
Public

SotA Report & GLASS legal framework

This document provides a solid and well-documented baseline that will drive the implementation of the GLASS vision. It includes a thorough analysis of the current solutions and practices and best-of-breed technologies in eGovernment and eGovernance models. It reports on the outcomes of Task 2.1, whose main goal is to conduct a detailed analysis of the state-of-the-art (SotA) approaches proposed to transform public services and facilitate digital by default, cross-border by default, and interoperable by design services. It identifies the strengths and weaknesses of these approaches, and highlights possible gaps and missing services.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 2.2
Public

GLASS EU Legal Framework

This document describes the relevant legal frameworks and their characteristics; to assess their applicability to the GLASS project, at the infrastructural level or for specific use cases. It concludes with a summary of resulting legal requirements.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 2.3
Public

Government-to-All Specification List

The deliverable D2.3 “Government to all specification list” documents the activities undertaken under the framework of the Task 2.3 “Government to ALL (C-B-G) requirements and specification analysis” towards the consolidation and analysis of G2All services in the countries of the three demonstrators of the GLASS project (Turkey, Greece, Portugal).

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 3.1
Confidential

Use Case Definition and User Requirements

This document collects the requirements for the GLASS eWallet from the demonstrator real cases, where each demonstrator has two pilot partners, representing both ends of cross-border data exchange, and aggregates them into a comprehensive list and activity diagrams that will guide the development from both methodological and technical perspective. The ultimate goal is to define a citizen-centric platform and identify, derive and define user (citizen) needs by transforming the business use cases (real-cases) into GLASS system use cases and evaluating with end-users’ expectations.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 3.2
Public

Technical, Operational and InteroperabilitySpecifications

This document, presents the proposed methodology for extracting technical requirements for the GLASS solution and as such, documents the preliminary effort undertaken within the context of Task 3.2 “Technical, Operational and Interoperability Requirement Analysis”. The list of derived requirements are documented, together with involved roles and finer details, while also grouping the requirements in proper conceptual categories. A list of non-functional requirements is also provided, complementing the technical requirements of the GLASS solution and maps the technical requirements to components of the proposed conceptual architecture, as well as to use cases.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 3.3
Confidential

Distributed Data Sharing Model

This document provides a solid and well-documented baseline that will drive the implementation of the GLASS vision, and includes a thorough analysis of the current solutions and practices and best-of-breed technologies in Data Sharing models.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 3.4
Public

System Architecture - A

This document constitutes version A of the GLASS architecture and represents a first high-level view on the architecture, including a technical and component-driven GLASS use cases.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 4.1
Public

WaaS Challenges and SotA reports - A

This document outlines the challenges, the research problems and the scientific directions addressed in Work Package 4, along with the SotA report that will be the baseline for the design and development of the first prototypes of GLASS. This document researches the challenges of designing, developing and integrating the wallet back-end mechanisms in the GLASS network.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 8.1
Public

Dissemination and Communication Plan and Website

This document defines the dissemination and communication strategy for the GLASS project.

GLASS will provide a distributed framework for sharing common services of public administrations across the EU for citizens, businesses and governments. It will create a new paradigm for the sharing and transfer of personal information, with the citizen in control.

The first sections of this deliverable define the objectives and context of “WP8 dissemination and communication” in the context of the project. It defines the high-level strategy, as well as its scope and target audience. The dissemination plan, details the different classes of stakeholders to which the project is focused, being split between those focussed on technical issues, and those supporting the demonstrator use cases, including those stakeholders with reach to large memberships and audiences, such as SMEs and citizens. This document defines key messages for each class.

Submitted but not yet approved

Deliverable 8.2
Public

Interim Report on Dissemination and Communication Plan

This document reports the detailed dissemination and communication activities, undertaken during the first year of the GLASS project (January 1st 2021-31stDecember 2021) following the strategy described in the deliverable “D8.1 Project Dissemination and Communication Strategy”

Submitted but not yet approved