Europe needs to seize the opportunities brought by the digital transformation in terms of attracting investments, remaining a competitive economy and retaining emerging, highly specialised, value-added jobs. However, a deep transformation such as the one facilitated by digital technologies brings complex and interlinked challenges that need to be managed properly.
- Contribute to the development and implementation of EU policies towards a successful, efficient and fair digital transition of the European economy and society.
- Analyse the socio-economic impact of current and emerging facets of the digital transformation.
- Identify potential strengths, competitive advantages and societal gains that could be seized during the digital transition of European societies and economies.
- Agriculture and Rural Development
- Communications Networks, Content and Technology
- Defence Industry and Space
- Education, Youth, Sport and Culture
- Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
- Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets UnionHealth and Food Safety
- Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority
- Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
- Justice and Consumers
- Mobility and Transport
- Regional and Urban Policy
- Research and Innovation
- Structural Reform Support
- Taxation and Customs Union
- digital, industry and space
- A competitive and secure data-economy;
- High quality digital services for all