The Strategic Council for Digitalisation which acts as an advisory body to the Prime Minister has been established. It will prepare a framework proposal for the necessary systemic changes aiming to accelerate the digitalisation of the Slovenian economy within five months.
At the correspondence session the Government was informed about the establishment and appointment of the Strategic Council for Digitalisation which acts as an advisory body to the Prime Minister.
Its tasks which should be accomplished within five months include the preparation of a framework proposal of the necessary systemic changes to accelerate the digitalisation of the Slovenian economy, public sector, state administration and society as a whole; prepare opinions and proposals for the Prime Minister regarding the strategy for the development of artificial intelligence, cyber security and other areas of the world work; monitoring the implementation of strategies, plans and measures in the field of digitalization (Digital Slovenia, Public Administration Development Strategy …); global development of digital technologies and preparation of strategic guidelines; and to create proposals for the Prime Minister concerning concrete measures and legal acts in the field of digitalization.
“We have set up a Strategic Council for Digitalization. In the past major changes were brought about by innovations such as the discovery and use of bicycles, sails, gunpowder, steam, oil, electricity, computers, the Internet – nowadays they are accelerated by artificial intelligence. Fast and unstoppable,” Prime Minister Janez Janša wrote on Twitter.