Malta is championing in m-government, as is currently providing a large proportion of its digital public services through mobile applications5. The Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) supports the government implementation of various Information Systems within many business domains in the public sector, such as Taxation, Social Security and Healthcare. These domains operate under the stewardship of different governmental bodies, ministries, or departments, thus resulting in data silos which are not interoperable in an agile way. Currently any efforts that require the use of multiple registries (databases), such as integrated public services, require a considerable logistical operation in order to obtain the relevant information. For example, a recent use case required the identification of family units in households in Malta for the government to issue a one-time payment to compensate for the increase of bread and milk prices registered last year as announced in the Malta Government Budget 2020. This task required the merging of three datasets from three different departments, where each used different schemas and language (English and Maltese). This challenge puts at risk the timeliness of implementation of social measures that a dynamic economic scenario may require and hinders the provision of proactive services. To solve these interoperability issues and administrative burden, it is vital to have the capability of extracting and defining family units within households in an agile manner, where information from various entities will be used in line with specific requirements for the provision of IPS. Through this pilot, MITA will exploit the co-creation roadmaps, guidelines, governance models, and tools that will be developed in the framework of inGov to modernise this family household public service whilst also taking into account input and feedback from the relevant stakeholders.