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<a href="/people/23316">Dejan Viduka</a>
Created by Dejan Viduka | 30 January 2014 | Kudos 120
Domains: Education, Science and Research, Internal market | Languages:
<a href="/people/42999">Marco Marrazza</a>
Created by Marco Marrazza | 07 December 2007 | Kudos 130
Domains: eGovernment, eIdentity and eSecurity, eParticipation, eDemocracy and eVoting, eProcurement, eServices for Business, eServices for Citizens, Inclusive eGovernment, Internal market, Interoperability, Services for Businesses, Services for Citizens, User centric services, User-centric Services, International Relations, European Organisations, Extra-European Organisations, World Organisations | Languages:
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 19 January 2012 | Kudos 8,514
Domains: Efficiency & Effectiveness, Benchmarking, eGovernment, eProcurement, Infrastructure, Internal market, Interoperability, Open Source, Policy | Languages: English
Tineke Egyedi a specialist on standardisation issues at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands recommends that European Governments should select between functionally equivalent standards in IT...
Created by Epractice Editorial Team | 02 February 2012 | Kudos 17,624
Domains: Efficiency & Effectiveness, Benchmarking, eGovernment, Infrastructure, Internal market, Legal Aspects, Services for Businesses, Services for Citizens, User-centric Services | Languages:
The Belgian Federal Agency for Administrative Simplification (ASA/DAV) recently deployed a Public Sector Information (PSI) portal. It allows users to find a wide range of information and data which has been issued by...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 16 February 2012 | Kudos 8,514
Domains: eGovernment, Internal market, Interoperability, Open Source, Policy, Regional and Local | Languages: English
The UK Cabinet Office is seeking advice on the definition of open standards in the context of Government Information Technologies, by posting the relative consultation documents online on 8 February 2012. The...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 01 March 2012 | Kudos 8,514
Domains: eGovernment, eProcurement, Infrastructure, Internal market, Interoperability, Open Source, Policy, Regional and Local | Languages: English
Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice President responsible for the Digital Agenda, wants public authorities to include IT standards in their procuring of software and IT solutions. She says this will tackle the...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 01 March 2012 | Kudos 8,514
Domains: eGovernment, eProcurement, Internal market, Interoperability, Legal Aspects, Open Source, Policy, Regional and Local | Languages: English
The administration of the city of Munich has now replaced all of the macros that tied it to a proprietary office suite, the city reported on 23 February 2012.
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 01 March 2012 | Kudos 8,514
Domains: Efficiency & Effectiveness, Benchmarking, eGovernment, Infrastructure, Internal market, Interoperability, Open Source, Policy | Languages: English
Improving IT applications for the users is the reason most frequently given by German public administrations to move to open source and open standards, according to a migration guide that is about to be published by OSS...
Created by Michel Krmek | 12 March 2012 | Kudos 124
Domains: Digital literacy and competences, eInclusion, Internal market | Languages: English
Computers are essential in today's workplace, and the effective use of technology is vital for economic growth, productivity and innovation. Recent research published by the University of Twente in the Netherlands shows...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 04 April 2012 | Kudos 8,514
Domains: Efficiency & Effectiveness, Benchmarking, eGovernment, Internal market, Legal Aspects, Open Source, Policy | Languages: English
The Sǎo Joǎo Hospital in the Portuguese city of Porto will replace its existing proprietary suite of office tools with free and open source alternative OpenOffice, according to a recent article published in online...