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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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  • Event Second workshop on new EU eGovernment Action Plan
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    Second workshop on new EU eGovernment Action Plan

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    Following the success of the first workshop on the new EU eGovernment Action Plan on 1 July 2015, DG Connect will organise on 29 September a second workshop in Brussels.   The discussions will be structured around three sessions:  1) Online consultation;  2) A presentation on the study that will inform the setting up of the platform for the eGovernment Action Plan;   3) Ho;
  • News France publishes free software procurement templates
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    France publishes free software procurement templates

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    The French government has published templates to be used by procurement officers when requesting free software-based ICT solutions. The templates include intellectual property clauses, and clarify the specifics of the free software environment. The templates Modèles de clauses pour les marchés de développement et de maintenance de logiciels libres (Model clauses for deve;
  • News Estonia to host first international cyber summer school
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    Estonia to host first international cyber summer school

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    The first international cyber security summer school will be held in Estonia next week. IT experts from the US, the UK and Estonia will investigate information security, and discuss, among other topics, how to keep data safe, how to safely share it and anonymize it. Speakers will come from Oxford University, Columbia University, UC Berkeley, the University of Tartu and the Tallin;
  • News eGovernment in EU: better but some barriers remain
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    eGovernment in EU: better but some barriers remain

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    Although citizen participation is at the centre of Open Government Strategy in the EU, only one in four public services in Europe are mobile-friendly, according to the 12th eGovernment benchmark report, which was published last week and presented at an eGovernment workshop in Brussels on July 1. There is a correlation between “mobile-ready” public services and the number of users, but;
  • Case Interoperability in Croatia: the e-Citizens project
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    Interoperability in Croatia: the e-Citizens project

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    The e-Citizens project unifies Croatia's citizens' access to eGovernment services. It was launched by the Croatian Government in order to modernise, simplify and speed up communication between citizens and the public administration, enhance user-centricity and increase the transparency of the public sector in providing public services. ;