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Member States will inform the Commission and the High-Level Expert Group how the political priorities of the Malmö Ministerial Declaration have been or will be reflected in their national eGovernment strategies.

Indicator Status Evidence
Is the National eGovernment strategy in place? Yes "The European Union approved, in December 2011, the financing of 'Citadel on the Move', a project led by the Coordination Cell of the Flemish eGovernment (CORVE) with 15 partners in Europe and the cities of Athens, Manchester, Issy-les-Moulineaux and Gent as pilots. 'Citadel on the Move' will unite all of Europe’s leading local government organisations, specialist technology researchers and expert SMEs in a common effort to harness the power of user-driven open innovation systems to develop citizen-generated ‘smart city’ mobile applications that can be potentially used and shared in any European city. The project aims to make it easier for citizens and application developers from across Europe to use Open Data to create the type of innovative mobile applications that they want and need. 'Citadel on the Move' aims to fulfil this need by: creating formats that make it easier for local government to release data in useable, interoperable formats; creating templates that make it easier for citizens to produce mobile applications that can be potentially used and shared across Europe. In September 2011, the Flemish Government had adopted its own open data strategy. One of the key principles in this Flemish strategy is close co-operation with the federal open data initiatives, so as to provide a rich collection of open government data sets, regardless of government level. The government of the Walloon Region and the government of the French-speaking Community of Belgium approved on 1 July 2010 the methodology for the implementation of the objectives of the Administrative Simplification and eGovernment Plan (2010-2014), and hence, the whole set of related projects to be carried out by 2014. The simplification and eGovernment projects will target various audiences in the region and the community. The plan consists of the following objectives: simplification and improvement of regulations; simplification, harmonisation and dematerialisation of procedures; management of administrative documents by electronic means; simplification and dematerialisation of data collection and sharing; improvement of the information and the communication for the users of public services." creating formats that make it easier for local government to release data in useable, interoperable formats; creating templates that make it easier for citizens to produce mobile applications that can be potentially used and shared across Europe. In September 2011, the Flemish Government had adopted its own open data strategy. One of the key principles in this Flemish strategy is close co-operation with the federal open data initiatives, so as to provide a rich collection of open government data sets, regardless of government level. The government of the Walloon Region and the government of the French-speaking Community of Belgium approved on 1 July 2010 the methodology for the implementation of the objectives of the Administrative Simplification and eGovernment Plan (2010-2014), and hence, the whole set of related projects to be carried out by 2014. The simplification and eGovernment projects will target various audiences in the region and the community. The plan consists of the following objectives: simplification and improvement of regulations; simplification, harmonisation and dematerialisation of procedures; management of administrative documents by electronic means; simplification and dematerialisation of data collection and sharing; improvement of the information and the communication for the users of public services.
If yes, please provide the link to the strategy. Yes Cooperation agreement between the federal and federated entitites on egovernmentand service integration has been signed in 2013 - http://www.fedict.belgium.be/en/over_fedict/realisaties/ - http://www.ksz-bcss.fgov.be/fr/bcss/page/content/websites/belgium/about/mission/strategy.html -