WAs draft Digital Inclusion Blueprint needs your input

The State Government has released the Digital Inclusion Blueprint and want to hear what you think about it.

Digital Inclusion aims to give people of all ages, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, abilities, income levels and locations the skills and tools to access and engage with digital technology and online services.

You now have the opportunity to share you experiences of using digital technology and provide feedback on the draft blueprint.

The draft blueprint identifies four key priority areas for digital inclusion, focusing on:

  • Digital Connectivity
  • Affordability
  • Digital Skills
  • Design of online government services

The feedback you provide will inform the the Digital Inclusion in WA: A Blueprint for a Digitally-Inclusive State and will guide the delivery of digital inclusion initiatives in WA.

 

Community consultation closes at 5pm, Friday September 18, 2020.

 

Read more about digital inclusion in Western Australia

Download the Digital Inclusion Blueprint

Take the survey to share your experiences in digital technology

Take the survey to share your opinions and give feedback about the Digital Inclusion Blueprint