The Irish government is to develop a central gateway for eGovernment services, offering an easy way to access services from across the country’s public administrations.
Teams of budding IT security specialist have begun preparing for the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECS
On 7 December 2016, Minister Paschal Donohoe, who is responsible for Public Expenditure and Reform, published a
The Education and Training Board of the City of Dublin has signed a EUR 158,400 support contract for its current Moodle eLearning environment, it announced in late November.
Open source software provides an easy and affordable way to improve existing public services.
On 1 September 2015, the Irish Regulation of Lobbying Act came into effect. Its main goal is to increase the transparency of the lobbying process.
In mid-November, a public consultation was opened to allow civil society in Ireland to review and comment on the draft of the country’s second OGP National Action Plan. The 15-day consultation was
Ireland was an early adopter of secure online services for tax and customs administration. The Revenue Online Service (ROS), aimed at businesses
Presentation made by Kieran McCarthy, during the event: '
Ireland, Ukraine, Romania, the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Georgia and Italy are countries whose commitments to Open Government have been awarded by the OGP’
SoldiPubblici, an open data portal providing the public with information on Italian government expenditure, has been
During the first year of implementation of its national Action Plan, Ireland completed 6 of the 30 actions listed in the plan, OGP’s Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) revealed in a