Digital Decade Report

Digital Decade Compass
Your input for the State of the Digital Decade Report

Each year, starting from September 2023, the Commission will publish the ‘Report on the State of the Digital Decade', which presents a comprehensive outlook on the EU’s digital transformation. It will be the yearly rendez-vous to take stock on digital policies. 

The first annual report was published in September 2023. The 2024 report is planned to be adopted in June. 

The reports contain the trajectories along which progress towards the achievement of the 2030 targets will be tracked. They also identify areas where progress is insufficient and agrees on measures to be taken. 

The reports are the result of months of fact gathering, namely:  

  • Input from the Commission through the Digital Economy and Society Index, regulatory monitoring, projects, partnerships, studies, Eurobarometers, Joint Research Centres and expert groups;  
  • Input from Member State authorities, which will be asked to provide the necessary statistics and data; 
  • And input from digital experts, industry and consumer associations, telecom operators, consultancies, organisations and companies in the EU, in the form of facts and figures. 

On this basis, the reports include a state of play of the EU’s digital transformation. More specifically, this means: 

  • A stock-taking on challenges and on the EU’s national progress towards the Digital Decade targets and objectives, and on Multi-Country Projects (MCPs); 
  • Thematic analyses, specifically focusing on: big digital trends in the last year, leadership and sovereignty, digital citizenship, green transition, the international element, and working together within the EU through MCPs; 
  • An analysis of significant gaps and shortages, and recommended actions to address them. 

If you are a digital expert, an industry or consumer association, a telecom operator, a consultancy, an organisation or a company in the EU, provide us with your inputs.

We need facts and figures. You can upload them in the form of slides, documents, or graphs.