Artificial Intelligence (AI) researchers at the University of Malta are about to make the PQViz app available to the public.
The government of Malta has published a first set of 20 smart phon
Malta’s Information Technology Agency (MITA) has opened 80 public wireless Internet access points at government buildings.
On 21 November, the government of Malta unveiled its Mobile Government Strategy for the next two years.
The government of Malta has unveiled a National Cyber Security Strategy.
Malta’s Planning Authority has launched a smart phone application that provide online access to planning applications and can be used to report planning irregularities.
The Republic of Malta wants to increase the use of eGovernment services by simplifying online processes and by creating a one-stop-shop eGovernment portal.
At the end of June, the government of Malta will unveil an eGovernment service that lets lawyers and legal prosecutors present judicial letters to the courts 24/7.
Last Saturday, Malta’s Information Technology Agency (MITA) reached out to the country’s youth and non-governmental organisations.
The government of Malta is making it easier to use its new eID card online, according to announcements by the country’s Information Technology Agency (MITA) and Identity Malta, the agency r
The Malta Spatial Data Infrastructure (MSDI) portal aims at sharing environmental related geospatial datasets.
Open standards should be a priority in public administration’s IT projects, says Noel Cuschieri, enterprise architect at Malta’s Information Technology Agency (