Digital policies boost EU’s performance

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Devices for the registration and identity management of refugees, including a notebook, fingerprint scanner, camera and printer for arrival documents, can be seen at the stand of the Federal Print Office at the CeBIT international computer expo in Hanover, Germany, 14 March 2016. The nationwide arrival documents are said to make the registration process of refugees easier. This year's CeBIT, which is one of the world's leading computer and technology expositions, opens its gates for the public from from 14 to 18 March 2016.

Digital policies boost EU’s performance


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According to the results of the 2019 Digital Economy and Society Index, which monitors Europe’s overall digital performance, countries that have set up ambitious targets in line with the Digital Single Market Strategy and combined them with adapted investment achieved a better performance.
The report also shows that more than one third of Europeans in the active labour force do not have basic digital skill, and that connectivity has improved, but remains insufficient to address fast-growing needs.
More on the Member States’ progress and convergence can be found online.

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