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<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 27 March 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, Politics, Procurement, Business and Competition | Languages:
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Created by Gijs Hillenius | 02 April 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, Politics, Procurement, Economics, Business and Competition | Languages:
Switzerland’s statutory law might be changed to allow federal public administrations to publish their software as open source, reports the Swiss Parliamentary Group on Digital Sustainability. The Federal Council (...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 22 April 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, Politics, Procurement, International Relations, Economics, Business and Competition, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions, Trade | Languages:
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 22 May 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, International Relations, Business and Competition, Education and Communications, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions | Languages:
The combination of open source and open standards ensures long-term preservation of electronic records and prevents IT vendor lock-in, says Luciano Ammenti, head of the IT department at the Vatican Library (Biblioteca...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 18 June 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, eHealth, Economics, Business and Competition, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions, Trade | Languages:
The Dutch Association of Research Quality Assurance, a trade group representing about 600 health care institutions and suppliers, is to assist in validating open source software solutions for use in health care....
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 29 June 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, Procurement, Economics, Business and Competition, Geography, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions | Languages:
The government of Galicia (Spain) has made available three open source solutions over the past year, one for PC classrooms, one for land-management, and a third for computer network enhancement. The tools are available...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 10 January 2014 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: Law, Business and Competition, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions, Trade | Languages:
The Agenzia per l'Italia Digitale (AGID) on Wednesday posted the criteria and guidelines on how to compare open source and proprietary software. The document is to help public administrations to give priority to...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 24 July 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, Procurement, Business and Competition, International Organisations, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions | Languages:
Shropshire council (UK) is about to launch its Umbraco LocalGov Intranet Starter Kit, an open source solution intended especially for public administrations, based on its own Intranet - itself inspired by the WordPress...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 27 July 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, eHealth, Procurement, Economics, Business and Competition, Education and Communications, Production, Technology and Research, Science | Languages:
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is nurturing a growing number of communities of software developers working on open source solutions. NHS’ Code4Health team is now supporting 17 communities that bring...
<a href="/people/11119">Gijs Hillenius</a>
Created by Gijs Hillenius | 27 July 2015 | Kudos 8,778
Domains: eGovernment, Politics, Procurement, Economics, Business and Competition, Education and Communications, Employment and Working Conditions, Production, Technology and Research, Science, Social Questions | Languages:
Organisations setting ICT standards should be open, as this improves their standards and contributes to their implementation in software, concludes a group of Swedish researchers. “Standards get better with...