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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 Bulgarians having a date with data
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    Bulgarians having a date with data

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    This summer, the Bulgarian Council of Ministers organised 'A Date with Data'. The theme for this one-day event was 'Open Data for Transparent Governance'. The programme featured presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations of visualisations, and other applications of open data. Among the presenters were Rumyana Bachvarova, Deputy Prime Minister for Coalition Policy and Public Administration and Minister of Interior, Anton Gerunov, Head of the Political Cabinet of the Deputy;
  • News Estonia to promote its eResidency in the USA
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    Estonia to promote its eResidency in the USA

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    Estonia will be promoting its eResidency for online business in the United States. The country’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Information System Authority (RIA) want to launch a media campaign, hoping to reach potential users such as business developers and software developers. Estonia wants to use the media campaign to find the most effective approach, which it will then target to other markets, RIA explains in a statement published in August. Estonia’s eResidency programm;
  • News La Rioja organises its first open data contest
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    La Rioja organises its first open data contest

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    As part of its global digital strategy, the government of La Rioja region in Spain has organised an open data contest, the goal of which is to promote the use and exploitation of data published on the regional open data portal. The first contest will take place in 2015. Further contests will be organised on a regular basis. The open data portal, launched in June 2013, centralises the public dat;
  • News Port of Rotterdam preparing for annual World Port Hackaton
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    Port of Rotterdam preparing for annual World Port Hackaton

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    On September 4-5, the Port of Rotterdam is to hold the third edition of what has now become its annual World Port Hackaton. Hackers, programmers, stakeholders and enthusiasts are invited to attend the two-day event and join the teams. Together they will work on concepts and prototypes that deploy new technologies and (open) data, aiming to strengthen the safety, sustainability and competitiveness;
  • News Sharing best practice, promoting tools and use cases
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    Sharing best practice, promoting tools and use cases

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    Every month, over 150,000 visitors from across the globe browse through our website. They check out the news, read up on Public Sector modernisation, search for eGovernment solutions and discover smart tools developed for public administrations. Our audience includes thousands of government officials across the EU, and we reach most stakeholders in eGovernment and open government. It is easy to;