This year's High Security Printing EMEA™ Conference is taking place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from 7 to 9 March 2023 and its award for the best ID card of the year was claimed by the Slovenian biometric identity card.
Since 9.12.2016, the "DATA" are being published on our NEW OPEN DATA PORTAL "OPSI".
Share PSI 2.0 je Evropska mreža za izmenjavo dobrih praks pri implementaciji politik odprtih podatkov javnega sektorja. V mreži sodeluje 44 parterjev iz 25 držav in vključuje akademske institucije, vladne ustanove, podjetja in nevladne organizacije. Naslednji dogodek Share PSI 2.0 konferenca bo 3.-4. decembra 2014 v Lizboni.
Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) issued an important preliminary ruling on 19.12.2013 in proceedings of two applicants against UK's Information Commissioner and three water companies.
United Nations have awarded the Slovenian project of interoperabile data gathering for e-Social Security with the most prestigious international recognition of excellence in public sector UNPSA 2013. The project was selected to be the winner in the category "Promoting Whole-of-the-Government Approaches in the Information Age" in the region of Europe and North America.
VideoLectures.NET was recognized by UN and UNESCO as one of the most outstanding examples of creative and innovative e-Content in the world in the last decade.
Each year the European Data Protection Day (28th of January) in Slovenia is characterized by the Information Commissioner awards given for good praxis in the area of personal data protection.
Options for safer and more user-friendly e-Identity implementation
Ministry of Justice and Public Administration won second place in the United Nations Public service Awards 2012 competition.The Ministry entered the contest with a project called IT-supported procedure for drafting legislation.
The Ministry of Public Administration participated at the 6th Ministerial Conference on eGovernment,entitled "Borderless eGovernment services for Europeans"; Poznań, Poland, 17-18 November 2011.
Study on the introduction of the Open Source Software on workstations in Slovenian public administrion is the first serious approach to a gradual migration of public administrations to open source.
European Commission has adopted the Communication “Towards interoperability for European public services”.