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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. As part of the DIGITAL Europe Programme, the European Commission has selected the POTENTIAL Consortium's proposal for the development of a European Digital Identity Wallet (EUDIW). This will allow multiple official documents to be stored and exchanged. Luxembourg is represented in the consortium by the Ministry for Digitalisation and the Government IT Centre (CTIE).

  4. On 14 December 2021, the Law of 13 December 2021 amending the Law of 16 May 2019 on electronic invoicing in public procurement and concession contracts was published in the Official Journal. It makes it mandatory for economic operators to send their invoices electronically to the State in the context of public procurement and concession contracts.

  5. The national portal for public inquiries provides information about various procedures and related public inquiries. Through this new portal, citizens now have a digital means of consulting public inquiries and submitting their contributions.

  6. The Ministry for Digitalisation offers its expertise to government bodies wishing to advance their digital transformation. This Digital Advisory Service covers both internal processes and the services offered by the Ministry or administration to other government bodies, citizens or businesses.

  7. 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...

  8. 'Electronic Governance 2021-2025' strategy The 'Electronic Governance 2021-2025' strategy, drawn up jointly by the Ministry for Digitalisation and the