Meda UDROIU1, Mihail DUMITRACHE1, Ionuț SANDU*1, Adrian BREZULIANU2
1 National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics,
8-10 Maresal Averescu Avenue, Bucharest, 01145, Romania
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (*Corresponding author)
2 Greensoft SRL, 8 Arcu Avenue, “Voința” Building, 1-st floor,
Iasi, 700137, Romania
ABSTRACT: This paper presents an integrated information system model designed to be used by the Romanian public entities. This system is part of a research project that promotes the public-private sector partnership in Romania. So, the main objective of the research presented in this paper is the development of an integrated information system for management of activities (IISMA) that provides the management of public institution information by making use of resources and activities, software functional modules and open-source computing applications. The solution proposed ensures the streamlining of the information flow, the improvement of the management of resources and inter-institutional inter-operability by offering a versatile, safe and resilient solution that can be customised depending on the specific requirements of the public entities. IISMA is based on open – source solutions and functional software specialization modules, aiming to reduce the complexity of the conceptual separation. IISMA ensures: functional disconnection of modules (keeping inter-operability), standardisation of functional modules, implementation of extendibility facilities and component re-use facilities and protection of data which is processed, used and stored
KEYWORDS: Integrated information system for management of activities, Interinstitutional inter-operability, Open-source solutions, NLP algorithms, GDPR platforms, IoT.
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Meda UDROIU, Mihail DUMITRACHE, Ionuț SANDU, Adrian BREZULIANU, Implementing an Integrated Information System Designed for Romanian Public Entities, Studies in Informatics and Control, ISSN 1220-1766, vol. 27(3), pp. 369-376, 2018.