Études de cas mondiales : Comment le gouvernement danois en ligne a soutenu la résilience face aux défis communs tout au long de la crise de la COVID-19

Julius Lyk-Jensen
DirigeantAgence danoise pour la numérisation
Christine Holmgreen Mejling
DirigeanteAgence danoise pour la numérisation
04-11-2021 14.30 - 15.10

Études de cas mondiales, présentées en collaboration avec les Nations numériquesChaîne 2Étude de cas

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The state of Danish eGovernment has shown its worth during the COVID-19-pandemic. Denmark has solved many of the challenges through digital solutions, including digital booking of tests and vaccinations, payment of benefits, and more. The high degree of eGovernment in the Danish public sector contributes to the overall picture by delivering on central enablers such as digital infrastructure, political collaboration and a good environment. The case is relevant in connection with the discussion of the international experiences from the handling of COVID-19. We would like to present the main conclusion from our study of how the degree of public digitization and economic resilience has affected Denmark’s covid-19 handling, including a recommendation for why digital-ready legislation can be used as a operationalizable and concrete initiative that can support eGovernment.