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Croatia has strong legacy in Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) domain. First activities started already at the begging of 21st century with few studies about possibilities for data exchange between different institutions on governmental level. All activities which followed those studies were formalised in Act on State Survey and Real Cadastre in 2007 (Official Gazetteer 13/2007). In period after Law come in force all activities were focused on formal framework of establishment of National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) which resulted with three level hierarchy of NSDI Bodies; Council, Board and Working groups. That period can be treated like phase 1.0 of SDI establishment in Republic of Croatia. From 2013 Croatia become member of European Union and with other obligations we needed to transpose Directive 2007/2/EZ to our legislation which was made in May of 2013 with Act on National Spatial Data Infrastructure (Official Gazetteer 56/2013). With that Act Croatia become legally compatible with EU legislation in domain of SDI and implementation on operational level started. Formal structure was kept, with introducing State Geodetic Administration like National Contact Point for NSDI and INSPIRE. Many new activities come with putting Act on NSDI in force; creating of NSDI Registries, creating of National metadata catalogue and publishing of National geoportal. During 2014 activities on Monitoring of SDI/INSPIRE in Croatia also were accomplished. All those activities were very operational, with focus on real implementation and according to that that phase can be treated like phase 2.0. in SDI development in Republic of Croatia. In scope of this work brief overview of main activities for phase 1.0 and phase 2.0 will be made.