Following the success of its first open source bug bounty, the European Commission is preparing a second, larger project.
Mustangproject implements an open-source implementation of ZUGFeRD 2.0 (public preview), a franco-german e-invoicing standard which will support directive 2014/44/EU on e-invoicing.
From the British licensors point of view, will the Brexit produce substantial changes on terms and conditions governed by the European Union Public Licence (EUPL)?
Portugal has revised its National Digital Interoperability Regulation (RNID) “to align with European guidelines”, reports the country’s Agency for Administrative Modernisation (Agência para
The European Commission wants to encourage cybersecurity experts, including academic researchers and IT security companies, to pool resources and work together.
In the next two years, telecommunications network contractors are to connect the final 1500 remote buildings to complete Iceland’s Rural Fibre Project (Ísland ljóstengt), the government rep
By the end of 2017 the government of the Republic of Ireland had issued 3.034 million Public Services Cards, the Irish Times reported in early January.
AEGIS is a 2.5 year project, co-funded by the European Commision that aims towards a data-driven innovation by taking into consideration heterogeneous, structured, unstructured, streaming and batch
The European Commission and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) will jointly host a conference on public sector innovation, to take place in Paris in November
France wants the European Union to create a vision setting out the fundamental rights of the digital economy, and appropriate regulation to uphold these rights.
Digitalisation is a key characteristic of the 149 public services that competed in the 2017 European Public Sector Award (EPSA).
By setting targets, the Swedish government should prompt public services to speed up digitalisation, a government expert committee writes in its final report to the country’s Minister for P