In November, the Spanish government published as open source the code for its open data platform data.gob.es.
Bulgaria’s State e-Government Agency (SEGA) has started to build its national open source software repository in which it intends to share all software written for and by public services.
Denmark needs to regain control over its core ICT systems.
The sharing and reuse of digital resources is a core principle for the revamped technology roadmap agreed upon by France’s central and local public services.
The government of Latvia is using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve its eGovernment services.
The EU should work against fragmentation and polarisation of the Internet, European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel and seven members of the European Parliament said in a statement at the Inter
The cities of Barcelona and Amsterdam are to pilot the use of blockchain technology to give citizens more control over their online data.
The City of Barcelona is migrating its computer systems away from the Windows platform, so repo
Software developers working for the governments of Canada and the Netherlands are working to join their government’ collaboration portals, GCconnex/GCcollab and Pleio respectively.
The Estonian government is studying three ways to use blockchain-based tokens - not coins - in combination with its e-Residency network of digital entrepreneurs.
Belgium’s Walloon region is building a network of digitalisation champions to boost the region’s digital modernisation drive.
Did you miss the presentation on framing interoperability in Europe with ISA2 Programme and the European Interoperability Framework, EIF, by Pedro Das Neves Moreira at the 7th Conference on eDemocr