Launched on 28 May 2013, the ‘10th eGovernment Benchmark 2012 - Insight Report’ of the Directorate-General of Communications Networks, Content & Technology reveals that 46 % of EU citizens use online public services....
On 15 and 16 May 2013, the Director General of the Estonian Information System's Authority (RIA), Jaan Priisalu, and the Head of the State Portal (eesti.ee), Mihkel Tikk, met the President of the Portuguese...
A network of NHS trusts has developed a free app to help soldiers who suffer from mental illnesses. The app, called ‘Joining Forces’, provides tailored information on 11 mental health problems such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety.
European Commission Vice-President Neelie Kroes has awarded prizes to eHealth SMEs from Finland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland and United Kingdom as part of eHealth Week 2013 in Dublin, Ireland.
On 25 April 2013, Milanka Opačić, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Policy and Youth along with the Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Public Administration, Darko Parić, presented the eCitizens project.
According to an announcement made in late April 2013 on the website of the Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations, the latest release of the European Commission’s Internal Market Information System (IMI) has been launched.
The working group of the Steering Committee for eGovernment Strategy has been set up to examine how to make it easier for foreigners who want to move to Denmark as well as for Danes living abroad to communicate with the authorities digitally.
On 8 April 2013, the ‘ELAK im Bund’ (electronic file system) was launched for judicial administration, thanks to the successful cooperation between the Constitutional Court of Austria and the Federal Computing Centre (Die Bundesrechenzentrum – BRZ, in German).