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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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  • News Interoperability suite of information: new NIFO factsheets
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    Interoperability suite of information: new NIFO factsheets

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    The National Interoperability Framework Observatory (NIFO) community has published an updated series of European countries interoperability factsheets and analytical models on the Joinup platform. The documents provide the latest information on implementation and monitoring of the National Interoperability Frameworks and interoperability initiatives.   Every year, the NIFO community ga;
  • Case Spain goes a step forward in its interoperability audit.
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    Spain goes a step forward in its interoperability audit.

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    The Audit Guide for compliance with the National Interoperability Framework is published to help assessing, through a list of controls, the compliance with the National Interoperability Framework (Esquema Nacional de Interoperabilidad – ENI) by Spanish Public Administrations.   The guide integrates some recent pieces of laws addressing the digitalisation of public services in Spain to;
  • Case Denmark improves the user experience of its Digital Post ...
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    Denmark improves the user experience of its Digital Post solution

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    On its way to further evolve the electronic exchange between public authorities and citizens; Denmark’s work to prepare and procure a Digital Post solution has started. The so called Next generation Digital Post (NgDP) will emerge from this process.   Under the responsibility of the Danish Agency for Digitisation, Digital Post is the national electronic mailbox for messages and commun;
  • Case Zug accepts Bitcoin payments to attract more fintech ...
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    Zug accepts Bitcoin payments to attract more fintech companies

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    Over the last half year, the Swiss Municipality of Zug has been accepting Bitcoin as payment for municipal services. The pilot started in July, and runs till the end of this year. According to Niklas Nikolajsen, CEO and cofounder of the Bitcoin Suisse trading house in Baar, this is the first case of a government agency accepting the cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency Bitcoin is a digital currency;
  • News Malta adds 80 public Wifi hotspots
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    Malta adds 80 public Wifi hotspots

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    Malta’s Information Technology Agency (MITA) has opened 80 public wireless Internet access points at government buildings. On 5 December, the Wifi hotspots were officially unveiled in a ceremony at the Education Department. The Wifi hotspots are one of the components of Malta’s National Digital Strategy - Digital Malta. Users that want to access the Internet at these government buildings simply connect to the Wifi hotpots, MITA announced last week, and accept the public access servi;