What is the Digital Agenda of Umbria
The Digital Agenda of Umbria is defined by article 3, paragraph 2, of the regional law. 9/2014 as a “participatory and collaborative path aimed at defining shared commitments, also with specific program agreements,
by all public and private entities operating in the area, for the implementation of system actions and monitoring of results obtained, for the development of the information and knowledge society in Umbria “.
The “digital” is not a sector of intervention in itself, but represents the basic ingredient of innovation in every sector in which regional policies are developed. To face such a great change, not all the levers are in the hands of the regional administration or the complex of public administrations.
For this reason, the law proposes the Digital Agenda of Umbria in a logic of “public platform for innovation” which will require a convinced synergistic mobilization of the entire economic-social partnership (universities, schools, businesses, associations, etc.),
with the activation of their initiatives that exploit the regional ones (which are declined in the “PDRT” digital plan) to make Umbria make a real structural advance, from now to 2020, exploiting the opportunities offered by the digital age.
Furthermore, the Region, pursuant to l.r. n.11 / 2006, favors the adoption of open source software (open source) and open standards (open standard), the publication and reuse of open data (open data) and the development of open administration (open gov).
To know more:The Digital Agenda of Umbria is structured in five major missions (see) on the basis of the strategic guidelines for the development of the information society (see) established in each legislature. The regional actions are then planned annually in the three-year regional digital plan (see).
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