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The City of Brussels uses information and communication technology (ICT) to better inform the citizens and users of the city. It also develops online services (e-administration).

The City of Brussels informs citizens, tourists and any other user of its services via the municipal website and QR codes. The mobile users of the website will also find a map with free access to wifi.

Administrative procedures are possible via the e-portal. The website offers information in text (administrative pages, news, announcements in the agenda) as well as via maps, videos and webcams.

Anyone can also be informed of news and activities of the City by signing up for the newsletter and the RSS feeds.The City is also active on social networks.

The public computer rooms (PCR) and the public Internet access points (PIAP) are available to the public. Restored computer equipment is sold at low prices.

The City of Brussels also makes open data available to the public.

GIAL manages the computer equipment of the City and provides applications that are used by the administration of the City, the libraries and schools (virtualization of applications).

'Enter the City!' brochure

Enter the City The 'Enter the City!' campaign is aimed at the digital progress of the City, the range of possibilities that facilitate the lives of citizens and the fight against the digital divide. The program of the campaign also includes a lot of activities such as conferences, digital cafes, trainings and a colloquium.