THE BELGIAN government has signalled that the development of e-government services is to be its priority in IT policy during the next six months when it holds the presidency of the European Union. It will be staging a major conference in Brussels on the subject in November, including key players from the IT sector and national and regional governments. An information day was staged last week about the conference programme. A European Commission statement said: "The objective is to highlight how citizens and businesses can reap concrete ...

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