In September, Denmark will hold a four-week public survey on the next generation of Digital Post, the country’s eGovernment messaging system. The country’s Agency for Digitisation (Digitaliseringsstyrelsen) is finalising questions on user experience, IT architecture, timetable and procurement approach.
Denmark’s Digital Post lets citizens correspond electronically with public authorities. Examples include letters from hospitals, pension statements, student grant applications, and correspondence with the tax administration. Users can access Digital Post on two websites, borger.dk and e-boks.dk.