Gaia-X Compliance

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There are two primary subsystems that make up the Gaia-X Compliance: The first one is the Trust Framework, which is obligatory and confirms the authenticity and accuracy of all service features. The 'Trust Framework' subsystem applies a uniform set of regulations that each participant and service in the Gaia-X Ecosystem must comply with to be considered Gaia-X Compliant. The second subsystem is the Labeling Framework, which is not mandatory and permits the verification of adherence to rule-sets that meet particular market requirements.

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