Priorities have been set in terms of increasing freedom of data and knowledge circulation, equal rights for users, and promoting use of digital technology among older people. Government departments and authorities must now guarantee the neutrality of the net, data protection, the right to be forgotten, and confidentiality of private correspondence.
France is preparing to face the challenges of digital transition and the future economy. It promotes innovation and development of the digital economy to create an open, reliable digital state that protects its citizens’ rights. It aims to guarantee universal access to the opportunities offered by digital technology in all regions.
the relationship with your citizens
to meet obligations in terms of accessibility of services and information.
simplify your administrative procedures and processes for interaction between authorities
public action and provide new services with limited budgets.