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The European Union is flooding the economy with the €750 billion of the Next Generation EU plan, combined with the €1.1 trillion of its 2021-2021 Multi-Year Framework. Countries like Germany and France are adding another €100 billion each. The COVID recovery funding offers European governments a once in a century opportunity to re-imagine their economies. To make them more equitable, resilient to shocks and sustainable against long-term stresses, like climate change.
European government executives are embracing innovative digital technologies to make intelligent, transparent policy decisions about these critical financial programs. And to deliver seamless services to citizens and businesses, so that constituents can enjoy the benefits of the recovery.
European countries must combine the top-down coordination of national governments with the bottom-up leadership of cities and regions that are re-imagining hyperlocal living. Such combination of capabilities will accelerate the path to the new ETHIC (Efficient-Trusted-Highly Responsive-Inclusive-Convenient) public services.
Strategic Advisor, Smart Dubai
Smart Development Advisor, Eureopean Investment Bank
Professor and CEO, Security & Resilience Centre, University of Strathclyde
Head of Core Enterprise Services, UK Home Office
Research Director, Government and Health Insights, IDC EMEA
Minister of Digital Development, Innovations and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan
OBE, Ma Vice President, Worldwide Government, Microsoft
Research Manager, Government Insights, IDC
Prof. Carlos Moreno
Scientific Director of the Chair eTi (Entrepreneurship - Territory - Innovation) Pantheon Sorbonne University, IAE Paris
Research Manager, Research Manager - Government Insights, IDC UK
Research Director, IDC
Research Director, IDC EMEA, IDC Government Insights
Worldwide Public Sector Director of Critical Infrastructure, Microsoft
Vanda De Jesus
Executive Director, Portugal Digital
Public Sector Industry Leader, UiPath
CIO, Irish Government