An Interoperability Specification is a generic architectural building block of the EIRA, it generalizes the related ABBs at the EIRA views that support each of the Interoperability layers of the European Interoperability Framework.

An Interoperability Specification is a document containing agreed normative statements for solution building blocks used in an information exchange context. It can refer to existing standards or specifications.

The latest release of the EIRA© is available on Joinup.

Source: European Interoperability Reference Architecture (EIRA version 3) (url) (with information on the 3rd release at the website of the ISA² - Interoperability solutions for public administrations, businesses and citizens).