April, a French free software advocacy group, is calling on volunteers to help translate into English the French government's new guidelines on free software.
The document about the central architecture is being revised at this time and should be finished within the forthcoming weeks (non-public at the moment).
Thanks to an agreement between Local Government Denmark and the Danish government, Denmark is planning to open basic data registries to the public as part of the eGovernment strategy 2011-2
The organization of the 1st European Conference on e-Public Procurement is progressing very well.
The NIF document of Iceland will be available for public consultation soon. More information will follow.
To complement the National ICT Interoperability Framework (NIF), the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) has published an
The WeGov project (Where eGovernment meets the eSociety) that aimed to improve the engagement between government policy-makers and citizens via p
Austria is still on track to have the NIF finalised at the end of this year. Updates will follow soon.
The development of a free market for software and software services can suffer from the increasing popularity of app stores like the ones created for Apple's phone and tablet computers and
Belgium is currently in the process of revamping their interoperability framework and the belgif.be website. Updates will follow soon.