On 25 May, the government of Croatia adopted its ‘Strategiju e-Hrvatska 2020’ (Strategy for e-Croatia 2020), an eGovernment and government digitisation plan.
Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
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Governments across the world are increasingly turning to Postgresql, an open source relational database management system, according to a press release by Enterprisedb.
Croatia’s Ministry of Veterans has published a manual on how to use Linux and LibreOffice. The document is part of a feasibility pilot in the Ministry.
Croatia’s e-Građani (eCitizens) project was declared the best European eGovernment services project, in an awards ceremony at the Open Government Partnership Global Summit 2015 in Mexico on
Politwoops, the site that saved and republished tweets first published and later deleted by politicians, may
The general problem we wanted to tackle was the wide spread attitude among citizens and CSOs that taking part in public consultations is meaningless as they rarely find out what happened with the c
Croatia’s Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection has become one of the country’s major users of open source solutions.
The e-Citizens project unifies Croatia's citizens' access to eGovernment services.
The society we live in today is dominated by technology and most of us accept the discourse of fast and everchanging developments in technology which have transformed, or have the potential
To strengthen trust and cooperation between national security teams and share their know-how and tools — these are the main objectives of the project Cyber Security in Danube Region, which was la