The National Digital Strategy is an action plan developed by the Federal Executive Government, directly by the Executive Office of the President, created on November 25, 2013, with the purpose of adopting and developing the Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in Mexico. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto therefore created the Coordination of the National Digital Strategy for leading and coordinating the enforcement of the National Digital Strategy by all areas of the federal government and promoting the use and implementation of new technologies for the citizen’s benefit. The National Digital Strategy forms a core part of the National Development Plan.
Name of Speaker(s)
Victor Lagunes, Yolanda Martínez