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Costanza Masciotta
A Strategy On The Interoperability Issue Within The P.A. From The Italian Constitutional Perspective
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The essay aims at analyzing different EU and national interventions in the digital platform interoperability sphere. One of the juridical barriers which concretely hinder the use of Information and Communication Technologies by public administrations is the lack of uniform standards which can make several digital platforms interoperable in key sectors. The essay reconstructs EU interventions, with particular regard to EU Regulation 2018/1724, establishing a single digital gateway to allow single market users to access information, procedures as well as assistance services. According to the EU regulation member States must ensure online access to information and procedures concerning internal market established at national level, while the EU Commission must guarantee access to information and procedures established by the EU level. The essay also analyzes the Italian legal framework starting from the exclusive state legislative competence in the matter of “informative statistical and digital coordination of state, regional and local administration data” and its definition by the Constitutional Court, continuing with the new “digital competence” that the Delrio Law attributes to the Metropolitan Cities.

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