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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 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;
  • News CEF Digital: funding opportunities
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    CEF Digital: funding opportunities

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    The Connecting Europe Facility will open up many funding opportunities. On one hand, the Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) may decide to publish competitive calls for tenders to procure services for the core components provided by the European Commission. On the other hand, calls for proposals (grants) will be published to help linking the national infrastructure in the Member States to the core components. These calls will be published on the website of INEA.   What is the gra;
  • News New Bulgarian agency to focus on eGovernment
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    New Bulgarian agency to focus on eGovernment

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    The Bulgarian government wants to increase its eGovernment efforts. It is starting a new agency in the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications, by splitting the current Information Technology and eGovernment department in two. The eGovernment agency “will focus on one of the main priorities of the government”, it announced on Wednesday. The eGovernment agency will remain part of the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications. Earli;
  • News EP study: “EU should finance key open source tools”
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    EP study: “EU should finance key open source tools”

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    The European Union should finance initiatives that increase security and privacy of open source solutions, and set up certification schemes for essential open source tools, IT security experts recommend in two studies written for the European Parliament. They argue for EU funding of key open source tools and for the financing of bug hunts, to find and fix security issues in open source tools. T;
  • Case Declaration of Independence: The LiMux Project in Munich
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    Declaration of Independence: The LiMux Project in Munich

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    The German city of Munich is migrating its computers to open source and GNU/Linux, both on desktops and servers. Rather than lowering IT costs, the main motive is the desire for strategic independence from software suppliers. In May 2008, the city released its Wollmux template management system as open source software under the EUPL on the OSOR platform. This case study for download:  Decla;