A government can empower individuals and organisations to make informed and conscious decisions, to realise existing potential and to enjoy the freedom of safety. A digital government can do this more efficient and more effective. It uses its digital potential, offers citizen-centred services and provides the supporting regulatory framework.
Vital pillars to support digital government are A) Researching and Benchmarking Digital Public Services across Europe, B) Opening Up Europe’s Public Data and C) Enabling Data Sharing in the Private and Public Sector. Esther Huyer will give insights on these pillars and how they are realised.