Bulgaria’s state eGovernment agency SEGA (Държавната агенция „Електронно управление“ ДАЕУ) is pressing the country’s public sector to modernise and digitise their services.
Municipalities in Bulgaria are encouraged to get EU funding to construct public Wi-Fi networks.
Over the next five months, the government of Bulgaria will add 149 data sets to the country’s open data portal, the country’s state eGovernment agency SEGA announced.
Bulgaria wants automatic data exchange between the main public administration’s databases and registers to be realised by the end of next year, the country’s state eGovernment agency SEGA r
The head of Bulgaria’s eGovernment agency says that eGovernment and the related modernisation of public administration processes will result in greater efficiency, openness and accountabili
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications (MTITC) is to build a portal to manage all current and future telecommunication network infrastructure works.
The United States of America and three EU Member states - Bulgaria, France and the United Kingdom - have pledged support for the open source policy, making it an official part of the ‘Paris
Next week, the government of Bulgaria will make the European Union Public Licence (EUPL) the preferred licence to be used for governmental software development projects.
Bulgaria is to build a portal to aggregate all the rules and regulations that deal with the construction of telecommunication networks.
Ireland, Ukraine, Romania, the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Georgia and Italy are countries whose commitments to Open Government have been awarded by the OGP’
The United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN) 2016 UN eGovernment Survey shows improvements in most of the lower ranking EU Member States.
SoldiPubblici, an open data portal providing the public with information on Italian government expenditure, has been