Norway’s public services should not hesitate to try out alternative methods to manage IT projects, or scrap a modernisation project before it goes under, government representatives said rec
The city of Paris advocates the use of free and open source software by public services.
Forty websites managed by Italian public services, from schools and towns to key eGovernment services, are testing the use of Piwik, an open source software solution for analysing patterns
On 28 November 2017, the two once-only projects SCOOP4C and TOOP held their first joint conference on the once-only principle (OOP) for citizens and businesses in Berlin.
The EUPL, not just another open source licence.
The Italian government wants other EU Member States to test and accredit its SPID eID system.
The city of Munich is preparing to switch 18,500 workstations running Linux to proprietary operating systems over the next 2 to 4 years, in an renewed attempt to centralise the city’s 22 IT
To make it easier for school students to access literary works, Poland has launched the Lektury.gov.pl portal to aggregate open and digital educational and cultural resources.
European Union Member States and other European countries are ramping up their open data activities, according to the report “Open Data Maturity in Europe 2017” published on 23 November.
Bulgarian public sector organisations, companies and citizens who need proof of delivery for messages and documents sent to and from public sector services can now use the country’s new eDe
UK government public services must consider the use of open source software when designing, building and buying technology.
Early next year, the government of Greenland will make available as open source the software for its new Grunddata public records system.