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A group of 15 schools in rural areas in Denmark, Italy, Greece, Macedonia (FYROM), Spain, and the United Kingdom are using open source software solutions for learning, teaching and working together. A ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 04 November 2015

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The quality of eGovernment services offered by French public administrations is improving, according to a report by the French government portal on government modernisation. In 2015, services are rate ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 03 November 2015

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Despite a number of government initiatives, Poland is still among the least transparent countries in Europe, Bigdata.pl has revealed.  The website referred to an Open Knowledge Foundation survey ...

News | Created by Cyrille Chausson | Published: 03 November 2015

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The European Parliament calls upon the Commission for the systematic replacement of proprietary software by auditable and verifiable open-source software in all the EU institutions, and for the introd ...

News | Created by Adrian Offerman | Published: 02 November 2015

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The CEF Team is pleased to announce that the introduction document for CEF eDelivery can be found in the CEF Online Catalogue on Joinup. ...

News | Created by Thomas Fillis | Published: 30 October 2015

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eInvoicing workshop held as part of the countries’ digital transformation conference in Paris France and Germany are to encourage companies to use eInvoicing an the two countries will contin ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 28 October 2015

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Portugal has launched a public consultation to gather feedback on the revision of the country’s digital interoperability regulation. This is the first revision of the 2012 regulation, itself one ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 27 October 2015

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Representatives of over 60 public administrations and enterprises from Belgium’s Walloon region are studying smart city initiatives in four French cities, hoping to learn from their best-practic ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 27 October 2015

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Politwoops, the site that saved and republished tweets first published and later deleted by politicians, may get back its access to the Twitter API. After disabling Politwoops' developer accounts ...

News | Created by Adrian Offerman | Published: 26 October 2015

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The 600-bed Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton (UK) has switched to using OpenMaxims, a patient record solution made available under the AGPL, an open source licence. This marks the first deployment of ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 21 October 2015

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Free software’s use in public sector in top three of votes for ‘Digital Republic’ France’s citizens are in favour of their public administrations’ use of free and ope ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 20 October 2015

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Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Davið Gunnlaugsson has invited his colleagues from the Nordic countries, the Baltic states and the United Kingdom to discuss government modernisation. The ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 20 October 2015

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City of Sofia piloted 50 administrative cloud-based services Bulgaria is opening up its government cloud service platform to all of the country’s municipalities. The platform, which was buil ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 20 October 2015

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The Dutch central government is to publish its procurement information on the national open data portal data.overheid.nl next month. Later this year, election results per polling station will be added ...

News | Created by Adrian Offerman | Published: 19 October 2015

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France’s policies on open source and open data are helping to create a market for French ICT service providers, says Didier Tranchier, Professor of Innovation Management at Institut Mines-Teleco ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 16 October 2015

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The Lithuanian government should improve the debate and dialogue with both governmental and non-governmental actors. It should increase citizen engagement in law making, policy making and service deli ...

News | Created by Adrian Offerman | Published: 16 October 2015

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Alberto Albella, president of the OKFN (Open Knowledge Foundation) Spanish Chapter, has outlined some best practices to understand what an active Open Government is about. In an article published on ...

News | Created by Cyrille Chausson | Published: 14 October 2015

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Five experts plan to challenge some of our traditional assumptions about the role of the public sector at the 'Public Sector Modernisation: Open(ing) Governments, Open(ing) minds' session on W ...

News | Created by Adrian Offerman | Published: 12 October 2015

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Document interoperability still the main issue The ULSS5 health care organisation, one of 22 in the Italian Veneto Region, has nearly completed the transition to the open source office suite Libre ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 12 October 2015

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“Great attention is being paid to staff training and internal communications” The Italian city of Bari is about to complete its transition to LibreOffice and the open document format O ...

News | Created by Gijs Hillenius | Published: 12 October 2015

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