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European Commission’s digital unit beefs up its EUSurvey tool

Matteo Natalucci Published 01 September 2017

The enhanced multilingual online survey software is now available as open source and can be used free of charge by any public organisation or administration

The European Commission's (EC) equivalent of the Government Digital Service, 'interoperability solutions for public administrations, businesses and citizens' (ISA²), has upgraded its multilingual online survey software EUSurvey.

The EC-staffed  ISA² programme supports the development of digital solutions that enable public administrations, businesses and citizens in Europe to benefit from interoperable cross-border and cross-sector public services.

ISA² is running from 1 January 2016 until 31 December 2020. The programme was adopted in November 2015 by the European Parliament and the Council of European Union.

EUSurvey is a key initiative supported by the ISA² programme. Available in 23 EU languages, the platform can be used free of charge by any public organisation or administration.

The enhanced  EUSurvey version is now available as open source making it easier to create and edit questionnaires.

It enables users to create and conduct multilingual surveys, from designing to publishing and analysing results. The new version 1.4 comes up with an improved editor and new features.

The latest version also provides a dedicated reporting server for background tasks such as archiving, restoring and computation of statistics, which will help improve the performance of these tasks. 

In 2016 more than 5,400 surveys were created with the tool.








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