EU report shows rapid progress towards "Digital Denmark"  

2009.11.24
The EU Commission's report "Smarter, Faster, Better eGovernment – 8th Benchmark Measurement" shows that Denmark has jumped up five places to 9th since the 2007 benchmarking
The Danish government's efforts to create "Digital Denmark" seem to be heading in the right direction according to a new EU Commission report, writes DR.dk. The report "Smarter, Faster, Better eGovernment – 8th Benchmark Measurement" shows that Denmark has jumped up five places to 9th since the 2007 benchmarking.
 
Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Helge Sander told DR.dk: "The progress in Denmark's ranking shows that developments of public sector digitalisation are continuing at high tempo, and public sector services are being used industriously by Danish citizens and companies."
 
Out of twenty central indicators Denmark scores maximum points on fifteen, and the Danish NemHandel (roughly translates to Easy Business Operations) solution has been highlighted as an example for the rest of Europe to follow.
 
Helge Sander referred to the new Benchmark report as a 'significant, central assessment' and commented: "When Danish citizens and companies communicate electronically with public authorities, they are offered more and better service opportunities while at the same we save money on public authority transactions."

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