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Joinup is a collaborative platform created by the European Commission and funded by the European Union via the Interoperability Solutions for Public Administrations (ISA) Programme. It offers several services that aim to help e-Government professionals share their experience with each other. We also hope to support them to find, choose, re-use, develop and implement interoperability solutions.

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  • News IT security compliance of Norway’s public agencies ...
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    IT security compliance of Norway’s public agencies ‘above average’

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    Norway’s public administrations’ compliance with IT security rules and policies is above average, according to a study conducted on behalf of DIFI, Norway’s Agency for Public Management and eGovernment. The report is based on a survey of the state of software security in 20 government organisations. However, the report warns that few public administrations have a comprehensive;
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    CISR Webinar 2015 – Enhancing the value of federating interoperability solutions on Joinup

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    About the event   The reuse of ICT specifications, services and software can accelerate the delivery of public sector projects and at the same time reduce their risks and cost. The ISA Programme of the European Commission understands that public administrations need an easy way to find interoperability solutions of interest to their projects.  This challenge will be discus;
  • News EU-funded project facilitates access to linked data for SMEs
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    EU-funded project facilitates access to linked data for SMEs

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    About the project The LinDA project addresses one of the most significant challenges of the usage and publication of Linked Data, the renovation and conversion of existing data formats into structures that support the semantic enrichment and interlinking of data. The set of tools provided by LinDA will assist enterprises, especially SMEs which often cannot afford the development and maintenanc;
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    Slovakia earmarks EUR 12 million for central bankruptcy portal

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    Slovakia’s Ministry of Finance signed a contract worth nearly EUR 12 million in March for the creation of a portal on bankruptcies, financial restructuring and debt reduction. By creating this portal, the Ministry aims to assist citizens, companies and legal professionals, by bringing together information that is already available in the systems of public administrations. The portal;
  • News EUR 38 million EU funds for ICT in Malta
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    EUR 38 million EU funds for ICT in Malta

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    Over the next seven years, the EU is funding ICT programmes in Malta with some EUR 38 million, the government of Malta announced in March. The funds are part of a EUR 400 million package earmarked to finance socio-economic development in the country. ICT is seen as one of the main ‘enablers’ for development and innovation in Malta. One of the priorities is developing Malta’s eGovernment. According to the Agreement of Malta, 2014-2020’, the government already provides many of its services onli;