The Work of the Swedish Information Technology (IT) Commission in the Perspective of Critical Systems Thinking
Sweden shall be a society where modern IT helps to raise the level of life-quality for all members of society and to develop wealth;
The new technology shall be used for information and knowledge seeking in the areas of education, art, science, enterprising and social service;
Information technology is of major importance for competition within the Swedish economy, therefore, the Swedish enterprises and their employees must be given the best possibilities for the use of IT;
To be the leading European country in IT by year 2010.
KeywordsInformation Technology High Tech Industry High Knowledge Human Ability Swedish Society
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