The KIGEiT program presentation includes a proposal for the digital industry to develop a National Strategic Action Plan (KSPD) regarding the Digital Decade, in accordance with the content of the regulations contained in the EU Decision establishing the policy program "The road towards a digital decade" until 2030. The decision recommends the preparation of the KSPD in consultation with business organizations , in particular SMEs, and civil society organizations. In this speech, the Chamber announces its participation in this process, presenting a sketch of the organizational framework for the construction and implementation of the strategy, with a clear allocation of the budget and its division into individual objectives. Pursuant to the content of the Decision, the KSPD should include schedules and budgets consistent with the budgets for multi-country projects. The budgets of these projects should also include private contributions, so KIGEiT will submit its proposals in consultation with business organizations from EU member states. KSPD should ensure the widest possible participation in the largest EU economic program, dedicated to investments in industrial modernization and innovation. The KSPD goals proposed by KIGEiT will serve to digitize all industries and infrastructure and strengthen the participation of Polish enterprises in creating value within European industrial networks. Digitization is the essence of technological change in most innovations implemented in the economy, so the implementation of the Decision will also serve to improve the system of establishing and implementing innovation policy strategies. The topic of the effectiveness of the implementation of the adopted economic strategies will be discussed in most presentations and discussion panels at this year's FGTIME.
KIGEiT's speech is an appeal from the electronic and information technology industry to improve the national system of economic policy making and its implementation programs. The drift in which the economy finds itself is a result of systemic weakness and the loss of cooperation with business. We propose to build a system that will use the knowledge and competences of business organizations. Using this potential will allow us to create and implement economic policies that will allow us to join the group of the most developed countries.
The presentation is an introduction to the following discussion panel, to which we invited representatives of business organizations and politicians interested in building economic policy in cooperation with business.