The Digital Moldova 2020 strategy was developed by the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure and approved by the government in 2013, with the aim of promoting policies directed towards ensuring a sustainable growth of the ICT sector.
The document sets out the directions to ensure a systemic development of the field of information and communications technology in the next years, for the convenience and well-being of the citizen.
The strategy provides favoirable conditions for the development and expanded use of ICT potential in all areas: public, private, business, and everyday life of citizens.
The vision of the strategy is to create by the year 2020 an advanced information society, in which the use of information and communication technology facilities, extended access to modern ICT infrastructure, rich digital content and performing information services will lead to the economic competitiveness, good governance and, therefore, to an improved welfare of the population. The strategy is structured around three pillars, each of which reflects the most important issues of the sector and develops actions in that field to achieve the objectives:
Pillar I: Infrastructure and access – the improvement of the connectivity and access to the network;
Pillar II: Digital content and electronic services – promoting the generation of digital content and services;
Pillar III: Capacities and usage – enhancing literacy and digital skills to enable the innovation and stimulate the usage.