19 Oct

Learn more about Open Data with the ODEdu project

Public sector workers worldwide are facing new and sometimes opposing expectations when it comes to Open Data. Despite efforts to streamline Open Data policies, it often remains unclear when data can truly be considered open, how to deal with technical and legal issues, etc. 

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Posted by Thimo Thoeye in News on 19-10-2016 at 11h13

Category label: News and Projects
10 Oct

Socitm - blockchains

Have you heard of a ‘blockchain’? It is the powerful enabling technology behind Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that enjoys a less than enviable reputation. But that does not mean we shouldn’t take blockchains seriously. On the contrary, it has big implications for the authority and...

Posted by Jolien Dewaele in News on 10-10-2016 at 11h59

Category label: News
02 Sep

E-government in Support of Sustainable Development

The United Nations E-Government Survey presents a systematic assessment of the use and potential of information and communication technologies to transform the public sector by enhancing efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, accountability, access to public services and citizen participation...

Posted by Jolien Dewaele in News on 02-09-2016 at 12h57

Category label: News
25 Sep

Socitm president launches women's network

Socitm, the representative body for public ICT professionals has launched a new online network to help raise the profile of women in the sector.
The new network, Socitm Women in IT, hosted on the Knowledge Hub platform, is being unveiled at an event today, which will hear from a range of prominent...

Posted by Eddy Van der Stock in News on 25-09-2015 at 09h22

Category label: News
18 Sep

European project OpenTransportNet needs your help

After Citadel on the Move our friends form Corve are now leading a new project around open data and transport - OpenTransportNet

OpenTransportNet is an EU funded project and currently in development phase.

It's designed to revolutionise the way transport related services are created across...

Posted by Eddy Van der Stock in News on 18-09-2015 at 08h06

Category label: News