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DN Summit London 2021

Virtual Package

 
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Welcome

The United Kingdom is pleased to welcome you to the 8th annual Digital Nations Ministerial Summit, taking place 16-18 November 2021, virtually from London. 
We look forward to rich discussions bringing together Digital Nations member countries and expert speakers, exploring how we can build governments and public services that are truly fit for the digital and data-driven age. 
Responding to this year’s Summit theme of “Digital Government in Open Societies: Sustainable, Inclusive, and Values-driven Innovation” we will have the opportunity to share insights and experiences and consider emerging challenges and opportunities facing leading digital governments. We will also reflect on and celebrate the Digital Nations’ achievements over the past year. 
We look forward to seeing you at the Summit.

 
 

Key outcomes

 

The Digital Nations Ministers met virtually on 18 November 2021, under the chairmanship of Chris Philp MP, Minister for Tech and the Digital Economy of the Government of the United Kingdom, to discuss the digital government agenda in line with the theme of ‘Digital Government in Open Societies: Sustainable, Inclusive, and Values-driven Innovation’.

The DN Charter is a non-binding document that outlines the key principles and governance for the Digital Nations group, signed by Ministers at the annual summit to reaffirm the commitment of the member country. The Charter was reviewed and updated in 2021.

The Digital Nations affirms the principles of a sustainable digital government, with a focus on environmental sustainability. As Digital Nations members, with the relevant government departments and agencies responsible for digital public services and operations, we will strive to reduce the potential negative environmental impact of our governments’ digital operations and contribute to climate targets, while delivering responsible, resilient digital services.