The Danish Government Digitisation Partnership has delivered its recommendations
The partnership has concluded its work and has just handed over 46 recommendations to the Danish Government. The recommendations offer suggestions for the public sector, the private sector, and the public-private collaboration.
Since March, the Danish Government Digitisation Partnership has discussed how Denmark is harnessing and utilising future technological opportunities. The recommendations are now included as contributions to the Danish Government’s current and emerging strategies and political policy packages related to digitalisation. They can also be used to create a collective digital strategy for Denmark.
The Danish Government Digitisation Partnership has consisted of a chairman, Jim Hagemann Snabe, and 27 permanent members. The members are top-level executives and experts from the Danish business community, the research community, civil society and the social partners, Local Government Denmark, and Danish Regions.
The Agency for Digitisation has collaborated with the digitisation unit consisting of representatives from several ministries, trade unions, professional associations, business associations, Local Government Denmark, and Danish Regions.