Digital policy

Digital policy concerns utilising and promoting the opportunities offered by digitalisation and includes regulation of digital and electronic communications, network and information security, frequency policy and issues concerning broadband access and digital infrastructure. This policy area also covers eGovernment issues, i.e. using digital policy to make the activities of government agencies more efficient and simplify the general public’s contacts with them – for example through electronic identification, electronic signatures and open data.

Responsible for digital policy

Responsible ministers

Peter Eriksson Minister for Housing and Digital Development
Mikael Damberg Minister for Enterprise and Innovation
Ardalan Shekarabi Minister for Public Administration

Responsible ministries

News about digital policy

  • Action on digital transformation

    Illustration: Government Offices of Sweden

    The Government has presented a strategy for how digital policy will contribute to competitiveness, full employment, and economic, social and environmentally sustainable development. The strategy outlines the focus of the Government’s digital policy. The objective is for Sweden to become the world leader in harnessing the opportunities of digital transformation.

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