NL Parliament makes open standards mandatory

The use of open standards will be made mandatory for public administrations. A law proposal by MP Astrid Oosenbrug was adopted by the Parliament’s lower house yesterday. According to the MP, the open standards requirement will be one of several changes to the country’s administrative law, introduced next year.

Country: Netherlands

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: Internet, open standards, Netherlands, public administration, legislation

Posted on Thursday 13 October 2016

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