National level

Estonia is creating e-government services mainly by using Free Software: including the systems for health care, police, business portals, document exchange and document management, the software for e-Justice, Estonian Electronic Identity Software, a citizen portal, an open data portal and software for e-Procurement and e-Invoicing. The country also by default makes all of its software solutions available using the European Public Licence (EUPL).

The country has introduced an interface called Valimised for its electoral service that is based on Free Software; the interface includes information for the European elections. The service was set up in 2005, when the country set out the foundations for its information security policy, furthering its digital ideology for open platforms, decentralisation and interoperability.



Public Administrations

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