Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
It is never simple.
Recently entrusted to coordinate the evolution of the National Interoperability Framework (NIF), ICEPRO implements a new mechanism to foster systematic and large scale implementation of int
Government Policy of Iceland
Prime Minister’s Office
Nature of documentation: Policy/Strategy papers
Cross-border eGovernment services score low on national policy agendas, according to a study on cross-border cooperation between the Nordic countries.
Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Davið Gunnlaugsson has invited his colleagues from the Nordic countries, the Baltic states and the United Kingdom to discuss government modernisation.
Iceland aims to shore up the security of its ICT infrastructure by raising awareness and increasing resilience.
This eGovernment factsheet aims to provide an overall picture of the situation and progress of eGovernment in Iceland.
It includes the following sections:
The government of Iceland has switched to eInvoicing, as of 1 January. Iceland hopes that this move will help save some ISK 500 million (about EUR 330.000) per year.
The use of open source software solutions has made it easier for land survey organisations in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden to work together, according to Jani Kylmäaho and J
The National Interoperability Framework Observatory (NIFO) community is making available a new series of factsheets, following a recent analysis of the po