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The Dutch government has made available as open source a catalogue of data and concepts used in the country’s ‘System of Basic Registrations’. The aim is to provide users and suppliers a comprehensive view of the system, and to make it available for reuse.
Logius, a ministerial department assisting government organisations in building e-government services, published the code for the web application that allows users to browse the catalogue. The solution is written in PHP, an open source script language.
I sve to lepo objavili na GitHub-u...
The Logius’ stelselcatalogus, which it alternatively calls the ‘open source software data catalogue’ (OSSG), is available on the Github source code repository. It is published using the BSD-2 licence.
The i-NUP is a joint priorities programme of municipal governments, provincial governments, water boards and central government. It presents a list of eightteen i-NUP building blocks. These facilities together form the basic infrastructure for the realisation of eGovernment.
Mozete li zamisliti slicnu stvar sa eGov u Srbiji?