Policy makers are facing a challenge in supporting the European digital economy strategy to enhance the use of e-Government services. The Greek Government views broadband penetration, internet use, electronic transactions, cloud-computing services, and integrated Government ERP as increasingly important.
Digital services can be an important force economic development in Greece. Increased digital innovation creates added value and new services for businesses and the government. ICT adoption and usage by businesses, citizens, and the public sector will contribute to financial savings, increasing government revenues, and ultimately create the conditions for new business development and job creation. The continuing development of fast internet in Greece will contribute to the increased demand for digital services that will enhance the competitiveness of the country and support employment.