Denmark’s Ministry of Finance is to finalise Denmark’s national strategy for cyber and information security.
Well-established groups of public administrations working together on ICT solutions continue to attract new members, and new groups continue to form.
The main topic of this issue is the stories that we experienced and the lessons learnt during our workshops in Nepal.
A digital version of an early warning system used in Denmark’s elderly care could prevent hospitalisations, a pilot conducted by five municipalities shows.
Within a year, Danish citizens could be using their smartphone as an eID.
Teams of budding IT security specialist have begun preparing for the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECS
Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
It is never simple.
OS2, an open source community open to all Danish public agencies, is in the middle of a professionalisation process.
Denmark’s Ministry for Public Sector Innovation has announced it will lead “a major clean-up of the government's ICT systems”.
Denmark’s introduction of a new eID system, MitID, has been postponed to 2019 - 2020, the country’s IT press reports.
Greenland’s next generation public records system is being built as open source.
Denmark’s Agency for Digitisation (Digitaliseringsstyrelsen - DIGST) is inviting comments on its draft IT architecture for digitalisation of the public sector.