Digital-ready policymaking is one of the aspects of the European Commission's Better Regulation Agenda, aiming to adjust the policies to fit the needs of the digital age. To bridge the gap between drafting legal texts and implementation thereof, the Legal Interoperability team prepared a Toolbox on Digital-ready policymaking, explaining how policymakers can use digital technology and data in their policies. This course will introduce you to the major components of digital-ready policymaking and give some practical examples of how they are implemented across Europe.
The course is provided by the Better Legislation for Smoother Implementation (BLSI) community .
This course is addressed to policymakers, policy officers, service managers and IT officials working in policymaking or in public service delivery within the EU institutions and in governments in general.
- Understand what is digital-ready policymaking and how it helps make better regulation
- Learn how to make policies digital-ready and get acquainted with the best practices
This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.
- Introduction to digital-ready policymaking
- Components of digital-ready policymaking
- Further resources