Digital Agenda for                 EuropeCarlos MARTIN RUIZ DE      Ignite AthensGORDEJUELA                      20.09.201...
The Digital Agenda for Europe(DAE) 101 Steps to get Every European Digital Annual Digital Agenda Assembly (DAA) shaping ...
Background• Digital Agenda for Europe - key strand of the  Commissions EU2020 strategy• Aim: to establish sustained digita...
How?
DAE Governance• Commissioners Group• High Level Group to work with Member  States• Digital Agenda Assembly&• Going Local• ...
Digital Agenda Scoreboard               StakeholdersMember                                European States   Digital Agenda...
Digital Agenda Assembly•   Annual event envisaged in DAE:   to assess progress to date   to identify challenges ahead  ...
Going Local• Commission visits to Member States to engage with  stakeholders:    Report on progress of the Digital Agenda...
DAE Mid-term review    Objective:   Consider DAE progress to date   Identify priority DAE areas that require    addition...
DAE Mid-term review:                  priority areas   Very Fast Internet   Cloud Computing   Safety & Security   Entr...
daa.ec.europa.eu
Online stakeholder            engagement platform Online space for discussion and feedback to deed  into Digital Agenda A...
A dedicated engagement platform
Promising results 1,400 participants   Beyond the usual suspects – only 5% overlap with DAA   Top 40 invited to the eve...
Joined-up approach A dedicated open web platform for debates + 11 add-ons – crowd-sourcing  ideas, “commentable” documen...
Why Digital policy making ? TRADITIONAL                          #DA12      Questionnaire               An invitation to s...
An established social media presence           Brand 1. @NeelieKroesEU           Brand 2. @DigitalAgendaEU
A continuous learning cycle        New       New        tools    people        New       New       actions   ideas        ...
Conclusions DAA and online stakeholder engagement platform provided  useful input DAE Mid-term review identifies solutio...
Lets make "Every European Digit@l!"                Thank you IGNITERS!
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Carlos Martin Ruiz de Gordejuela

  1. 1. Digital Agenda for EuropeCarlos MARTIN RUIZ DE Ignite AthensGORDEJUELA 20.09.2012DG COMM, EuropeanCommission
  2. 2. The Digital Agenda for Europe(DAE) 101 Steps to get Every European Digital Annual Digital Agenda Assembly (DAA) shaping mid-term review Led by Neelie Kroes:“We cannot achieve the Digital Agenda alone, and we cannot do it entirely using old procedures of consultation and legislation”
  3. 3. Background• Digital Agenda for Europe - key strand of the Commissions EU2020 strategy• Aim: to establish sustained digital growth in Europe via 101 actions• Overall progress good:  38 actions completed  49 on track  14 actions behind schedule, but delivery dates in 2012 • Forthcoming Mid-term review will provide analysis
  4. 4. How?
  5. 5. DAE Governance• Commissioners Group• High Level Group to work with Member States• Digital Agenda Assembly&• Going Local• Mid-term review
  6. 6. Digital Agenda Scoreboard StakeholdersMember European States Digital Agenda Assembly Parliament Yearly DAE Communication European Council
  7. 7. Digital Agenda Assembly• Annual event envisaged in DAE: to assess progress to date to identify challenges ahead To mobilise stakeholders actions to ensure further progress• DAA 2011 & DAA 2012 (Brussels);• DAA2013 (Dublin – Irish Presidency)• Key info on DAA 2012: • 8 workshops • 1 plenary • 1,200+ attendees
  8. 8. Going Local• Commission visits to Member States to engage with stakeholders:  Report on progress of the Digital Agenda  Identify challenges for the future  Stimulate actions and commitments• Exercise conducted in 2010 and 2011; 2012 exercise to be launched soon in all MS
  9. 9. DAE Mid-term review Objective:  Consider DAE progress to date  Identify priority DAE areas that require additional impetus Review includes input from:  Digital scoreboard  Digital Agenda Assembly (June 2012)  Stakeholder engagement (Going Local, online platform)
  10. 10. DAE Mid-term review: priority areas Very Fast Internet Cloud Computing Safety & Security Entrepreneurship and ICT for Jobs & Skills Digital Single Market, including online public services Research and Innovation
  11. 11. daa.ec.europa.eu
  12. 12. Online stakeholder engagement platform Online space for discussion and feedback to deed into Digital Agenda Assembly 2012 and Mid-Term Review 1,400 members submitted 2,000+ contributions in 2 months Most liked contributors were invited to attend the DAA in Brussels
  13. 13. A dedicated engagement platform
  14. 14. Promising results 1,400 participants  Beyond the usual suspects – only 5% overlap with DAA  Top 40 invited to the event itself 2,000 contributions  DAA discussions do not begin from zero +30,000 tweets with #da12 by 5,000 people, reaching 5,000,000 Twitter users Policy input  Integral to the mid-term review  A template for the future ?
  15. 15. Joined-up approach A dedicated open web platform for debates + 11 add-ons – crowd-sourcing ideas, “commentable” documents, collaborative writing on issues such as Broadband rollout; Digital Innovation charter; EU web competitiveness. + social media promotion
  16. 16. Why Digital policy making ? TRADITIONAL #DA12 Questionnaire An invitation to speakWhat doesn’t happen on my We listen to you wherever you are site doesn’t exist Give us your ideas, as detailed as We draft; you comment you like Feedback to a black box Open, non-filtered, discussion Quantity counts Quality matters One shot Ongoing & organic
  17. 17. An established social media presence  Brand 1. @NeelieKroesEU  Brand 2. @DigitalAgendaEU
  18. 18. A continuous learning cycle New New tools people New New actions ideas 18
  19. 19. Conclusions DAA and online stakeholder engagement platform provided useful input DAE Mid-term review identifies solutions to barriers to Europes digital transformation Proposals in the mid-term review not intended to replace current DAE actions, but will be accelerated due to their short- to medium-term impacts. Commitment - political and financial - vital to secure Europes place in a globally competitive digital future
  20. 20. Lets make "Every European Digit@l!" Thank you IGNITERS!

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