|Press release 1: Call announced [19 March 2009]|
|Press release 2: Invitation to the information day [1 April 2009]|
|Press release 3: Case submission open [6 April 2009]|
|Press release 4: Sweden announces GuldlÃ¤nken finalists and local information day [20 April 2009]|
|Press release 5: Brussels information day a success [22 April 2009]|
|Press release 6: Swedish information day organised in Stockholm [6 May 2009]|
|Press release Reminder: Two weeks left to submit cases [28 May 2009]|
|Press release 7: Submission closed. Evaluation phase starts [22 June 2009]|
|Press release 8: 52 awards finalists announced [24 August 2009]|
|Press release 9:Â Public Prize online voting open [5Â October 2009]Â Â|
|Press release 10: Finalist exhibition launched at the 5th Ministerial eGovernment Conference in MalmÃ¶ [18 November 2009]Â|
|Press release 11: The best European eGovernment solutions announced at the 4th European eGovernment Awards ceremony [19 November 2009]Â Â|
|Press release 12: The most innovative public services come from Austria, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Portugal and Turkey [20 November 2009]|
Press release 13: Proceedings for the 5th Ministerial eGovernment Conference - now available [23 December 2009]
Press release 14: Articles on the five winners publishedÂ [10 February 2010] New!
European eGovernment Awards 2009 finalists announced [24 August 2009]
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