The ambitious goals of the Real-Time Economy project are processed by about 80 persons in five different government agencies in cooperation with companies and other stakeholders. The real-time economy is built in teams, while at the same time, the goals are also discussed in groups cross-cutting the project. Project teams and groups regularly review both internal and external dependencies of their work.
Dissemination and reporting of information
The team is led by Satu Tuori. Responsibilities of the team include taxonomies, digital financial statements, access to data, data conversion and distribution services, reporting on agriculture and forestry, and XBRL and XBRL-GL interface development.
The team is led by Jenni Väisänen. The team is responsible for co-creation, bringing customer insight into the project, and enterprise architecture. The team is supported by a network connecting all project teams.
The team is led by Antti Vartiainen. The team is responsible for interoperable enterprise architecture, which combines principle-level specifications and the perspectives of customer, function, information, system and technology.
The team is led by Milja Kiviranta. The team determines digital corporate identity and its content, and how and where it should be officially defined. The team is also tasked with determining how companies are identified in the digital ecosystem.
Purchase to pay
The team is led by Keijo Kettunen. The team is responsible for the development of procurement messages, e-invoices and digital receipts and the implementation of the international PEPPOL standard in Finland.
Security and risk management
The team is led by Merja Aarnivuo-Seppinen. The team coordinates security and risk management and ensures that they can be implemented in a consistent manner. Security and risk management comprises security, information security, data protection, risk management and preparedness.