Digital technologies are now imperative for working, learning, entertaining, socialising, shopping, and accessing services such as health and culture.
The Digital Decade Communication proposes ambitious goals in the area of digital skills, digital infrastructures, digital businesses and digital public services
Multi-country projects are large projects that will mobilise investments from the EU budget, Member States and the private sector towards key areas of digital investment in the EU.
Europe must harness digitalisation to drive a paradigm change in how citizens, public administrations and democratic institutions interact, ensuring interoperability across all levels of government.
The transformation of businesses will depend on their ability to adopt new digital technologies rapidly and across the board, including in industrial and services ecosystems that are lagging behind.
Europe will only achieve digital leadership by building it on sustainable digital infrastructures for connectivity, microelectronics and data processing.
This Futurium platform gathers views on the preparation of the Digital Compass policy programme announced by the Communication “2030 Digital Compass: the European way for the Digital Decade”