A connected Digital Single Market requires Europe to overcome barriers related to infrastructure, broadband accessibility, copyright and data protection, by enhancing the use of online services and digital technologies.
The scoreboard provides detailed data on how the objectives of the Digital Agenda for Europe have been reached and implemented. The Digital Agenda contains 132 actions, in 7 pillars, which help to reboot the EU economy and enable Europe's citizens and businesses to get the most out of digital technologies. You can also check how and what the Commission is doing in your own country.
The Digital Agenda for Europe contributes to the Digital Single Market Commission's priority.
The Digital Agenda requires international action, especially in the area of internet governance. The international section allows you to see what are the steps and positions the Commission is working on to implement the digital single market
Join the Digital Agenda community to get better in touch with what policies and developments the Commission is working on in order to complement the Digital Agenda. You can subscribe and participate to our events, receive updates on our newsletter or directly enter our discussion communities.
A direct access to the wide array of funding opportunities via the programmes Horizon 2020 and Connecting Europe Facility is available in this section, where you can also check the list of open consultations and tenders.