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  1. On the 1st of March 2019, the Government Council adopted the National Interoperability Framework (NIF) guiding public sector organisms of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, which fall within its scope, on how to attain a higher level of interoperability.

  2. Article 29bis – Pacte logement 2.0 The main goal of the Housing Pact 2.0 is to support municipalities, who are a central partner of the government, in

  3. Solidarity with Ukraine Would you like to host one or more people in your home or provide accommodation? Fill in the form and you will be contacted as

  4. The Luxembourg State has set up a GovTech Lab combining GovTech and open innovation in order to accelerate the development and further improvement of digital public services.

  5. Digital Luxembourg, founded in 2014, is a multidisciplinary government initiative working with public, private and academic players to harness digitalization for positive transformation.

  6. Luxembourg’s strategic vision for artificial intelligence (AI) has led to the creation of an AI4Gov interministerial committee, whose objective is to encourage the ministries and administrations to make use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science to improve the State's services and procedures

  7. The first National Cultural Development Plan serves to guarantee freedom of expression and the necessary creative spaces, so that arts, culture and actors can continue to improve the quality of our lives.

  8. In June 2019, the Department of Media, Telecommunications and Digital Policy (SMC) launched the 5G Call for Projects.

  9. The national identity card is the administrative proof of identity and nationality of its holder. Holding an identity card is compulsory for all Luxembourg nationals aged 15 and over and who reside in a Luxembourg commune. Persons under 15 years...

  10. Many consumers opt for more sustainable forms of consumption, choosing to repair their goods instead of replacing them. Several associations

  11. Political leave for local elected officials Mayors, aldermen and council members are entitled to political leave for the hours of work devoted to the

  12. The EBSILUX project integrates Luxembourg into the European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI). EBSI is part of the European Blockchain Partnership (EBP), a partnership between 29 countries (EU Member States, Norway and Liechtenstein) and the European Commission.

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