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Information society - 22.03.2006

Workshop on best practices in eGovernment (19/03/2006 - Prague)
The Modinis project is organising a workshop on eGovernment and compatibility between computer systems (interoperability), on 19 April 2006 in Prague. Representatives from Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden will present their experiences with eGovernment. Afterwards, a report will be drafted and published on the eGovernment Good Practice Framework website together with the four good practice case studies.
Practical information
Dates and times: 19 April, from 09:00 to 17:00
Venue: Czech Scientific and Technical Society, Novotneho Lavka 5, CSVTS, 116 68 Prague 1 (CZ)
Languages: English
Various factors can influence the interoperability of certain systems: technical factors like the software an eGovenrment service is based on, but also the political and legal context (data protection law e.g.) or the use of different standards (for digital identification e.g.).
Modinis is a EU Commission funded programme to support eGovernment initiatives. The project addresses interoperability in cross border data exchange between municipalities, cities and regions. One of the main aims is therefore to intensify the exchange of information on practical eGovernment interoperability experiences at local and regional level.
Link to the registration form (deadline: 10 April 2006)
The project's findings and results so far can be found on the eGovernment Good Practice Framework website.
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