Measuring digitalisation in regions and cities: the LORDI framework and survey

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Joost Broumels
Ontdekker, Maker, doener

As announced in our “save the date” message, the next Signatories’ meeting on 19 January will focus on “Monitoring and Measuring”  using the LORDI framework to measure digitalisation at regional and city level.

The LORDI project led by the Committee of the Regions and ESPON is currently gathering input through a survey to prepare January meeting with you. The purpose is to validate the LORDI framework and the proposed indicators with cities across Europe.

Your views are very precious to us and answering the survey will take you only 15 minutes!

To find more information and to participate please go to: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/LORDI

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