Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Publications about Estonia

This factsheet show the progress in the online delivery of public services, across the various dimensions of user-centricity, transparency, cross-border mobility and key enablers in Estonia. Read more
This chapter is part of the 19th Implementation Report on electronic communications. It addresses 2014 market and regulatory developments in Estonia. Read more
The Digital Single Market strategy aims to open up digital opportunities for people and business and enhance Europe's position as a world leader in the digital economy. This country sheet gives key facts and figures for Estonia. Read more
This is the 18th monitoring report on the electronic communications market and regulations, covering in particular key market and regulatory developments in 2012 and 2013. . Read more
EU eGovernment Report 2014 - Country Factsheets E-Government Read more
This study was foreseen under the eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015. Administrative Burden Reduction (ABR) can be achieved through the integration of eGovernment tools; the smart use of the information that citizens and businesses have to provide to public authorities for the completion of administrative procedures; making electronic procedures the dominant channel for delivering eGovernment services; and the principle of the “once only” registration of relevant data. The latter ensures that citizens and businesses supply certain standard information only once, because public administration offices take action to internally share this data, so that no additional burden falls on citizens and businesses. Read more
This study presents a very comprehensive assessment of retail fixed broadband access prices for a variety of broadband offerings including standalone and bundled services for eight speed categories. Read more
A survey carried out in about 1,800 hospitals in the 28 EU countries plus Iceland and Norway measures the level of deployment and take-up of ICT and eHealth applications in acute care hospitals in Europe. Read more
The Commission Recommendation of 27 October 2011 on the digitisation and online accessibility of cultural material and digital preservation invites the Member States to inform the Commission every two years of action taken in response to it. Read more
The report reviews and assesses the overall progress achieved in the European Union in implementing European Parliament and Council Recommendation on Film Heritage 2012-2013. Read more

Digital Champions met for the fifth time on 25-26 November in Brussels. One of the objectives of the meeting was to hear the Champions' priorities for 2014 and to find synergies with those of Vice-President Kroes and DG CONNECT. Another aim was to inform the DCs about available funding, such as the Structural Funds and to ensure that they were up-to-date with the latest policy developments.

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Digital Champions met for the first time on the 25th June 2012 in Brussels.

You can read the report of the meeting and the conclusions in the document attached.


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Digital Champions met for the second time on the 19 September 2012 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

You can read the report of the meeting and the conclusions in the document attached.

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The Digital Champions held their fourth meeting in the margins of the Digital Agenda Assembly 2013, which took place in Dublin between 18-20 June 2013. The discussion was focused on 4 topics: youth and education, jobs and skills, access/Wifi and better e-services.

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The Digital Champions met on the 17-18 December for the third time in 2012. The objective of this meeting was to assess progress of Digital Champions in 2012 and discuss plans for 2013. To date, there are 21 Digital Champions appointed. There have been four recent appointments: Cyprus, Belgium, Ireland and Croatia. The Maltese Champion mandate has now expired and has been replaced by a new one. The Commission hopes that Champions from Austria, Germany, Latvia, Estonia, Greece, and Spain will be appointed in 2013. Read more