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Funding from the Operational Programme Digital Poland will be allocated to new investment projects which ensure access to broadband networks. Funds will also be available for implementation of systems which provide public services available online. In order to fully use the potential of new on-line solutions, activities aimed at helping people over 50 or disabled persons to find their way around the Internet will also be funded. Special support will also be provided to strengthen and use the potential of young and creative software inventors.

Three priority areas were distinguished in the Programme:

  1. Common access to high-speed Internet,
  2. E-government and open government,
  3. Digital competences of the society. 

Priority 1: Common access to high-speed Internet:

  • investments in high-speed broadband Internet (construction, expansion or conversion of the access network with capacity of at least 30 Mb/s),
  • projects will be implemented in areas where it is not possible to provide broadband Internet access on market terms. 

We assume that, by 2023, the residents of Poland will have Internet access with capacity of at least 30 Mb/s and over 2 million people, mainly living in rural areas and in small towns, will have high-speed Internet access. 

Priority 2: E-government and open governmen

  • Development of public e-services which will make it faster to deal with many types of formalities in offices. It will also be possible to make arrangements from home.
  • In addition, support will be provided for projects of sharing digital public sector information from administration, science and culture resources. It will also provide a basis for development of innovative and creative business undertakings. 

Priority will be given to projects in the following areas:

  • labour market,
  • social contributions and benefits,
  • health care,
  • conducting a business activity,
  • justice and judiciary,
  • presentation and making available of spatial and statistical data,
  • science and higher education,
  • taxes and customs,
  • administrative issues, especially civil affairs,
  • public procurement,
  • safety and emergency notification,
  • agriculture and development of rural areas. 

By 2023, we plan to:

  • implement new public e-services for citizens and entrepreneurs,
  • make it possible to use e-government services everywhere and at any time,
  • increase access to cultural heritage and science resources by making selected collections available to the public on the Internet. 

Priority 3: Digital competences of the society

  • Development of the digital competences of the society, mainly in rural areas and small towns. More active participation in the social life and more frequent involvement for the benefit of local communities and activity in NGOs,
  • Education and information campaigns which will promote the advantages of developing digital skills,
  • Strengthen and develop the potential of software developers, which could be used for digital development of the country. 

We plan that support for development of digital skills will be provided to residents of over one thousand gminas all over the country, mainly in rural areas and in small towns, and over 400,000 people will acquire skills to consciously use public e-services and content available on the Internet.