Rennes, France’s eleventh largest city, aims to get rid of IT vendor lock-in. To begin with, the city will switch to Zimbra, an open source-based collaboration and email solution.
To help create exemplary digital services, France’s government modernisation unit (SGMAP) is sharing ten golden principles.
The French government has clarified its new rules on combatting VAT fraud to allow the continued use of free and open source software.
France’s government modernisation unit, SGMAP, and the IT coordination unit Dinsic, have updated their overview of the major IT projects in the ministries.
The OGP Toolbox is a web portal bringing together digital tools to promote openness in government and improve democracy.
OpenVaccin is the most recent addition to OpenMairie suite
The city of Arles (France) has made OpenVaccin, a vaccination management solution, available as free software
MP Isabelle Attard, free software-champion, loses seat
April, France’s free software advocacy organisation, is once again signing up candidates in the elections for Fra
To engage citizens, European public sector organisation are turning to Discourse, an online discussion forum and mailing list solution that is available as open source software.
Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
It is never simple.
Every year, France publishes figures showing the extent to which citizens and businesses take advantage of the digital services made available by the government.
MAREVA 2, the second version of the Method of Analysis and Rise of Value (Méthode d’analyse et de Remontée de la Valeur), serves to analyse the value of IT (information technology)
Nearly half of all municipalities (960 out of 2000) in France’s former Bourgogne (Burgundy) region (now Bourgogne-Franche-Comté) are relying on open source-based services for several admini