The German trade fair organiser Deutsche Messe and the Basque Country open source trade group ESLE will jointly organise the next two LibreCon events, in November 2018 and 2020.
The Swedish government is encouraging the country’s local administrations to implement standardised electronic signature solutions.
The Interoperability Unit has officially began the yearly update process of the eGovernment factsheets.
The conference will include keynote addresses, tutorials, panels, Ph.D. colloquia and sessions, workshops, special, regular and poster sessions.
The OAW Tracker is the tool that allows the Government of Spain perform the different iterations of the
As the new versions of the CAMSS tools and assessments are released in .ods format, and the most recommended software to open this format is LibreOffice, the following is a guide with simple steps
In November, the government of Latvia approved the country’s third Open Government Partnership action plan.
Cross-border access to and use of Europe’s eGovernment services has improved, according to the ‘eGovernment benchmark 2017 report’ published in November by the European Commission.
GNU Health 3.2.9 patchsets has been released !
About 50 people came to the Orangelab to listen to diverse presentations about the cross-border implementation of the once-only principle (OOP) in practice.
A microservice to speed up the drawing of graphs based on government data, and an Arduino-based solution broadening the available use cases of Italy’s eID cards, are now among the winners o
A new guidance document published by the European Commission aims to help local public services develop all-encompassing digital strategies.