The digitalisation of the sick leave notification and monitoring processes, developed by Norway’s public welfare organisation (NAV), won this year’s Digitaliseringskonferansen award.
Norway’ Brønnøysundregistrene (Brønnøysund Register Centre), the government agency managing many of the country’s public registers and digital information exchange systems, is developing a
Teams of budding IT security specialist have begun preparing for the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECS
Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
It is never simple.
Norway’s Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi) is helping to fund 14 eGovernment projects with a total of NOK 111 million (about EUR 12 million).
The Mobile Age Newsletter Issue No.4 is out. You can now learn everything about the project's latest updates and actions which took place from February 2017 till April 2017.
Using open source software and avoiding proprietary products is the only way to structurally prevent vendor lock-in
Norway’s Agency for Public Management and eGovernment, also known as Difi, launched the data.norge portal in 2011, following national directives on the openness
Norway’s government procurement centre (ANS) and the Agency for Public Management and e-Government (Difi) are preparing the country’s first procurement frameworks related to IT.
The third newsletter issue of Mobile Age is now available.
Open source software provides an easy and affordable way to improve existing public services.
Study ranks technology among top government efficiency measures
The use of technology is one of the main factors in increasing government efficiency, concludes Norway’s