The response has not amounted to much yet, so I return to the national digital agendas on the basis of what I happen to find.
Belgium - Flanders
In highly decentralised Belgium, I came across the Flanders region, which has a Flanders in Action Pact 2020 (ViA), built along the lines of the lines of the Europe 2020 strategy (EU2020).
In English you can find links to the seven breakthrough actions. A good way to start may be the background page About ViA, with the following description of the Pact 2020 initiative:
The plan consists of twenty objectives that are sharply and quantifiably delineated, plus five breakthrough actions in areas where Flanders has already achieved a model presence but where, tomorrow, it can truly make a major difference.
The page contains links to three publications with more information:
Action for 2020! The future plan for Flanders in progress (August 2011 brochure)
Flanders in action – I'm all for it (June 2010 folder with further links)
Flanders outlook 2011 – A benchmarking of Flanders amongst the European regions (February 2011)
My cursory search did not reveal a specific digital agenda. The thematic page most closely related to the EU Digital Agenda seems to be Innovation centre Flanders, with a brief introduction. The Dutch page Innovatiecentrum Vlaanderen offers more information, as well as links to research and development (R&D) issues, more closely related to the flagship initiative Innovation Union and the R&D programmes of the EU.
The general ViA brochure in Dutch has about twice the volume of its English counterpart, but I found no specific digital agenda there either:
Actie voor 2020! Het toekomstplan voor Vlaanderen in uitvoering (January 2011)
If you have information about a planned or finished Flemish digital agenda, or about the central government or the other regions of Belgium, I am grateful for information. You can comment on this blog post or send me an email. Updates about other ICT (information society) strategies are also welcome.
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