OECD Going Digital Summit
The GIP Digital Watch observatory provided just-in-time reporting from most sessions at the OECD Going Digital Summit which took place on 11-12 March 2019. The reports included topics such as the digital divide, capacity development, and economic issues.
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The OECD Going Digital Summit represents the high-level closing event of the two-year Going Digital Project. The main findings of the project will be presented at the summit, including the Going Digital final synthesis report, a report on measuring digital transformation, and a preliminary version of the Going Digital Toolkit Internet Portal. The summit aims to bring together high-level policymakers responsible for policies related to the digital economy and key stakeholders in order to create a space for discussion in key policy areas of the OECD work.
The event will take place in Paris on 11-12 March, and its agenda will feature the seven pillars of the OECD’s Going Digital integrated policy framework: enhancing access, increasing effective use, unleashing innovation, ensuring jobs, promoting social prosperity, strengthening trust, and fostering market openness.
Due to space constraints at the conference venue, participation will be by invitation only. The event will be webcast.
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