The government signs agreements to develop initiatives that are part of the Digital Agenda.

The government of President Nayib Bukele continues to add allies to develop the projects framed in the Digital Agenda 2020-2030.

Based on this instrument, several institutions work to integrate all the actors that participate in the country’s development through innovation and the application of information and communication technologies (ICT).

During the VI Forum of Italy-Latin America SMEs, organized in Colombia, a cooperation agreement was signed with Ruta N, an innovation and business center, to implement innovation actions and social welfare undertakings.

This instrument will benefit entrepreneurs, universities, government collaborators, and the population in general, promoting the exchange of experiences of good practices in innovation focused on productivity, competitiveness, education, and sustainability.

Another cooperation agreement was signed with the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution of Colombia, which will allow access to financing sources through private investment for the execution of innovation projects, the development of the technological ecosystem, financial inclusion, and smart cities.

While, with the Center for Science and Technology of Antioquia, training, research, and knowledge transfer programs in productivity, innovation, competitiveness, education, and sustainable development were achieved through coordination with actors, fairs, workshops, training, and seminars.

The country’s Digital Agenda 2020-2030 is made up of four axes: digital identity, innovation, education, and competitiveness, modernization of the state; and digital governance.