The goal is to improve public services to citizens and businesses by using digitalization efficiently and to create a more interconnected environment based on interoperability between member states.
The increase in cyber threats has put IT security at the forefront of European and global discussions in recent months. As a result, cybersecurity and the reliability of information systems have become important priorities.
At the local level, the government program reflects the desire to place digitalization at the center of concerns in order to:
Luxembourg hosts multiple of European institutions, agencies and bodies; their needs in the implementation of European policies, the single market and European regulations require significant reinforcements.
Our goal is to help Luxembourg ministries to achieve the objective of a successful digital government as recommended by international bodies. Several strategic axes have been defined:
For European institutions, including the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Investment Fund (EIF), the Court of Justice of the European Union or the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), some topics are important:
III/ Products and services
Our teams aim to add value by providing project and change management, performance improvement, strategic consulting, data management, financial management and security services. Our capabilities include:
Our expertise allows you to make the most of technological progress and better meet the new expectations of citizens and businesses, also allows you to interact more transparently taking into account environmental, social and regulatory constraints.
The regulation related to the interoperability of information systems will allow the systems to complement each other and contribute to facilitate the correct identification of persons as well as to fight against identity fraud and “eIDAS” and in this way to increase confidence in electronic transactions within the internal market.
The Law of 14 December 2021 on electronic invoicing in the context of public procurement and concession contracts, transposing into Luxembourg law the European Directive 2014/55/EU of 16 April 2014.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and “Police Justice Directive” on the processing of personal data in criminal matters.
Supporting the process of introducing electronic invoicing for member-type companies.