Secretariat for digital-ready legislation

The Secretariat for digital-ready legislation's main purpose is to ensure that the public implementation impacts are properly described in new legislation and whether the legislation is digital-ready.

About The Secretariat for digital-ready legislation

The Secretariat for digital-ready legislation was established in early 2018 under the Departement of the Ministry of Finance.

The Secretariat for digital-ready legislation must follow up on whether public implementation impacts are properly described in new legislation as well as evaluate whether digitisation has been fully considered in the creation of a new bill.

The Secretariat's tasks

The Secretariat handles the following tasks:

  • Screening of legislation drafts, assessment of public implementation impacts and follow-up on issues in regards to this topic
  • The Secretariat creates consultation responses for legislation, which contains public implementation impacts
  • Development and continuous updating of guidances and tools for assessing public implementation impacts
  • Counseling for ministries regarding digital-ready legislation