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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 European 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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  • Project TALAIA OpenPPM
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    TALAIA OpenPPM

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    Ideas become projects in the organizations, and it’s rare to find an organization with more resources than ideas that's why converting ideas into projects may be a nightmare if there's no technology who helps managing all the information. Projects are the wind that takes an organization moving forward in the path of their strategy, from where they are today to where they want to be tomorrow. Any organization aiming to be competitive in the market place should manage the entire po;
  • Case Sweden’s Health Innovation Platform helps third parties ...
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    Sweden’s Health Innovation Platform helps third parties develop healthcare solutions

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    Mina VårdKontakter (My Health Contacts) (MVK) is the main Swedish e-health platform. Through the platform a patient can request, re-schedule or cancel appointments with medical personnel, request prescriptions and ask for a healthcare centre to contact him or her. Each local medical centre decides which services patients can receive from them via Mina VårdKontakter. The Health Innovat;
  • Case PGETIC: reducing IT costs in Portugal’s public ...
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    PGETIC: reducing IT costs in Portugal’s public administration

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    It’s not easy to cut IT costs in public administration, especially when there is a strong commitment to innovation and development of digital services and interoperable platforms. This was the promise the Portuguese government made in 2012, however, in line with a global reform program implemented with the support of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Mo;
  • News Bulgaria to start eGovernment Agency
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    Bulgaria to start eGovernment Agency

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    The parliament of Bulgaria on Thursday has approved government plans for a new eGovernment agency. The resource centre is to help the country’s public administrations develop, build and implement eGovernment services. The plans make the agency responsible for implementing the state policies for: eGovernment; eCertification services; eIdentification; network and information security; and spatial information;   The centre is also to provide guidance;
  • Case Slovenia moving HIS applications to central eHealth platform
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    Slovenia moving HIS applications to central eHealth platform

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    The Slovenian eZdravje (eHealth) project was started in 2005. It aims to integrate existing fragmented Health Information Systems into a complete solution that benefits all stakeholders. The implementation of the eHealth project has been significantly hampered for a number of regulatory, financial, institutional and technological reasons. As a consequence, the current eHealth infrastructure is on;