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Marc Hansen (DP), minister delegate for digitalisation had already announced the creation of a GovTech Lab back in September during ICT Spring 2020. The project was officially launched on Thursday.

A joint intiative of the ministry of digitalisation and its technological arm, the Government IT centre, the new lab is supposed to “combine GovTech and open innovation to accelerate the development and improvement of digital public services,” the government said in a statement.

Weiterlesen: LU: "Experiment, exchange, innovate": Government launches new GovTech lab

The government is moving ahead with the so-called “Digital Lëtzebuerg” platform to develop a comprehensive digital strategy for the ICT sector, but also related industries.

Prime Minister Xavier Bettel in June this year first presented “Digital Lëtzebuerg”, which aims to keep Luxembourg attractive for existing ICT companies while also attracting new businesses, making the Grand Duchy an innovative hub in the sector.

Weiterlesen: LU: “Digital Lëtzebuerg” - Digital strategy to offer helping hand for start-ups

In July 2012, the Cadastre and Topography Administration of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg launched a new application that enables users to order online cadastral extracts.

Users of this service are able to request cadastral extracts with a few clicks and in a simplified manner. Based on the information provided, the intelligence service of the administration of the cadastre and topography draw up the documents matching the criteria. The payment of this service may also be made online using a link sent to the user’s personal email address. The requested documents are sent by post once payment has been received.

Weiterlesen: LU: Online ordering of cadastral extracts

In early February 2013, the revamped version of the eGovernment portal Guichet.lu as well as the MyGuichet platform went live.

The updated portal offers enhanced new features. The most visible improvements involve graphics. The home page has been redesigned, putting a particular focus on the latest and more relevant news for users.

Weiterlesen: LU: Updated eGovernment portal ‘Guichet.lu’ and 'MyGuichet' platform now available online

To meet users' increased need for connectivity and interactivity, the State Information Technology Centre (Centre des Technologies de l'Information de l'Etat - CTIE, in French) recently published its smartphone app for Luxembourg's eGovernment portal 'de Guichet'.

This interactive directory lists over 600 competent State and municipal bodies for the various administrative procedures, including:

  • full contact details (address, phone number, email, etc.);
  • opening hours;
  • the opportunity to contact organisations directly from the app;
  • the use of geo-location with route suggestions in order to travel to a selected administration;
  • a reference to the mobile version of the 'de Guichet' portal;
  • a direct link to the news section of 'de Guichet'.

Weiterlesen: LU: Launch of smartphone app for eGovernment portal

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