The pace of foundations being laid for the digital society at the European level is astounding.
The way the digitalisation of the Dutch national government is taking shape will change significantly in the coming years. The government will become a co-user of existing digital facilities that were created based onEuropean legislation. Tenders are giving way to accreditations. This trend is visible in the Digital Government Act, for example. But it also applies to data. Providing data to governments is giving way to a government that can access data in data spaces.
The pace at which the policy machine from Brussels is producing the rules for this is astounding. In ten years time, Digital Europe will have been made into one single entity. For businesses and governments, the new rules offer huge opportunities. To do business and, from that entrepreneurship, to contribute to the proper functioning of government services. My expertise is to help companies innovate based on legislation and to take the interests of governments and citizens into account.