For the automatic exchange of authenticated records, public services in Belgium are being advised to prepare to switch to web services.
Well-established groups of public administrations working together on ICT solutions continue to attract new members, and new groups continue to form.
The Mobile Age Newsletter Issue No.5 is out. You can now learn more about the project's latest updates and actions at:
FLOOD-serv project (www.floodserv-project.eu) is an EU co-funded project which started in August 2016 and will be running for 36 mont
The Digital Agency of Belgium’s Walloon Region is promoting smart farming.
The e-Skills Match project announces the availability of its demo platform for testing and users are invited to evaluate it.
Asked about eGovernment services, citizens in Belgium’s Walloon region, responded that they use the Internet mostly to find information on government websites (48%) and to file mandatory de
The main topic of this issue is the stories that we experienced and the lessons learnt during our workshops in Nepal.
Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
It is never simple.
The majority (75%) of municipalities in the Walloon region of Belgium are now using open source software and services.
The Mobile Age Newsletter Issue No.4 is out. You can now learn everything about the project's latest updates and actions which took place from February 2017 till April 2017.