The social impacts of the digital transformation have become more pronounced and progress is uneven. Broadening access to digital opportunities and helping those lagging behind to catch up would increase the benefits and help ensure they are widely shared.
The OECD's Going Digital project will give policymakers the tools they need to help their economies and societies prosper in a world that is increasingly digital and data-driven.
The OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Digital Economy moved the digital agenda forward in four key policy areas to the growth of the digital economy: Internet openness, digital trust, global connectivity, and jobs and skills.
Open Government Data (OGD) is a philosophy- and increasingly a set of policies - that promotes transparency, accountability and value creation by making government data available to all.
The OECD helps governments preserve the open and unified Internet that is needed to support economic growth while managing privacy and security risks.
Getting Internet governance right has never been more pressing. There are new challenges that we must address collectively if we want to keep an accessible, inclusive, secure and trustworthy Internet. Browse this recent issue of the OECD Observer to find out more.