The administration of Ventspils, Latvia’s sixth largest city, is an avid user of free and open source software. The main benefits: cost and resource optimisation.
The Latvian National Archives have won the “Most Open Organisation” award for their extensive use of free and open source software for their online audiovisual archive.
On Thursday 2 February, the Latvian Open Technology Association (LATA) will announce its ‘Most Open Institution’ award.
Since the first digital signature was given back in 2002, the e-signature service is fully part of the Estonian ecosystem.
Focus on open data and access to electronic services
The city of Riga (Latvia) will soon begin an overhaul of its approach to IT, focussing on making its data open by default, an
The smart city activities of Riga and the intelligent transport systems devised by Latvia’s state road department are two of the many topics in next week’s “Open Technologies and Smart Solu
E-authentication is one of the key enblers and central elements to expand Digital Government and Digital Services.
Employers often comment that people with the right skills are difficult to find. On the other hand, millions of people all over Europe are unemployed, desperate for an opportunity to work.
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.
‘Latvia’s e-index’ is the first national-level initiative helping state and municipal institutions evaluate their digital development, assess the necessary approaches and provide solutions for a more
Citizens and businesses should have to provide basic information only once, eGovernment services should be user-friendly and intuitive, and users should be digitally literate in order to us
On May 6, 2015 the ISA Programme of the European Commission hosted the