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The European Parliament has on Tuesday approved a resolution that creates a financial scheme for local wireless access points in the EU, free of charge and without discriminatory conditions.

The budget of the WiFi4EU scheme is EUR 120 million between 2017-2019. It will support the installation of state-of-the-art Wi-Fi equipment in the centres of community life, such as parks, squares, public building, libraries, health centres, and museums.

Weiterlesen: European Parliaments adopts new EU scheme for free Wi-Fi

€120m funds under WiFi4EU scheme will be allocated on a first-serve basis to help local public administrations promote access to wireless connectivity in public spaces

European Members of Parliament (MEPs) today approved a “WiFi4EU” scheme to finance free wireless connections in centres of public life, including outdoor spaces accessible to the general public in local villages, town and cities, hospitals, and libraries.

Weiterlesen: EU to help fund wireless connectivity for local communities

Estonia's program of 'e-residency' allows you to be a citizen of the country no matter where you live - an especially lucrative proposal for Remain supporters in a post-Brexit Britain.

Estonia has developed an international reputation as a digital solutions’ powerhouse. This reputation has given Estonia a mandate to pursue an ambitious agenda during its recently begun Presidency of the Council of the EU.

Weiterlesen: EU: E-residency: the citizenship of the future?

A Truro-based grants specialist has welcomed a new EU fund providing free Wi-Fi to over 6,000 communities.

The new €120 million (£108 million) European Commission programme, which opens later this year, will help provide free public Wi-Fi networks across Europe.

Weiterlesen: EU: New Wi-Fi fund welcomed

Ms. Gertrud Ingestad, Director-General of DIGIT talks about the progress of modernising the EU public administration, working with different member states and more.

The Directorate-General for Informatics (DIGIT) is the European Commission (EU or the Commission) department or Directorate-General (DG), which is responsible for providing digital services that support other Commission departments and EU institutions in their daily work.  It provides IT and telecommunication equipment and solutions, information systems and infrastructure services for over 33,000 staff in the Commission. Furthermore, DIGIT runs a major IT procurement operation and all the EU Institutions and Agencies have increasingly come to rely on the Commission for their procurement needs in the area of IT. Based in Luxembourg and Brussels, DIGIT employs around 480 full time staff and about 1100 external contractors and it managed a budget of 129M€ in 2016.

Weiterlesen: EU’s journey of modernising public administration and tackling the challenges of interoperability...

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