New rules on electronic transactions between public administrations and the private sector are about to come into effect in Hungary on 1 January.
The government of Hungary has agreed with 15 higher education institutes across the country to increase the number of trained IT workers.
The government of Hungary should redouble its efforts to make public sector information available as open data, and actively help to create market opportunities, a government white paper re
This month, the government of Hungary has sent the Steering Committee of the Open Government Partnership (
Hungary has decided to withdraw its membership from the OGP, following a disagreement with the OGP Steering Committee on a report.
To check vehicle data, Hungarian citizens looking for second hand cars are increasingly turning to OkmányApp, a mobile application, says Hungary’s eGovernment service agency, KEKKH (Közigaz
Hungary’s central government wants to reduce its dependency on a handful of IT vendors.
Municipalities in Hungary should be able to use modern, web based eLearning tools to train their staff.
The English version of "Nemzeti Infokommunikációs Stratégia 2014 - 2020" (Nemzeti Infokommunikációs Stratégia 2014 - 2020) was published in October 2015.
In a mere nine months, one million Hungarian citizens have been issued with the country’s new eID card, reports the Hungarian eGovernment service agency, KEKKH (Közigazgatási és Elektroniku
The United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN) 2016 UN eGovernment Survey shows improvements in most of the lower ranking EU Member States.
Open source office alternatives on government PCs
The government of Hungary intends to increase public administrations’ use of open source software and open standards.