With their lacklustre approach to free software, German public services remain behind other European member states, says the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE).
In June, the German federal government published an English version of its Government Report on Wellbeing in Germany ('Gut leben in Deutschland').
Four of the five main political parties on the ballot for Germany’s parliamentary elections on 24 September favour the use of free and open source software for public services, according to
One month before the German federal elections, which take place on 24 September, the socialist part
The Mobile Age Newsletter Issue No.5 is out. You can now learn more about the project's latest updates and actions at:
New release AusweisApp2: the Federal Republic of Germany software for online identification is provided open source and the code is released under the EUPL.
On 21 June, the German parliament (Bundestag) accepted the government’s eIDAS implementation act, confirming the enforcement of rules on electronic identification and trust services for ele
Digital healthcare services were one of the main topics at Germany’s Digital Summit, the successor to the National IT Summit.
Teams of budding IT security specialist have begun preparing for the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECS
Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has published the minimum requirements for web browsers to be used on workstations of the federal government, in order to achieve a m
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.
Germany is aiming to make eGovernment services and online business transactions simpler, and more secure.