SIG Digital Roadmaps and Compendium (EBRD-15720)

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Updated in EWS May 12, 2022

Disclosed by Bank Oct 13, 2021

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Project Description
If provided by the financial institution, the Early Warning System Team writes a short summary describing the purported development objective of the project and project components. Review the complete project documentation for a detailed description.

According to the bank website, EBRD intends to develop sector specific digitalisation 'roadmaps' which will detail the pathways that public or private sector organisations should take from relative immaturity to the achievement of full and optimal benefits from digitalisation. The assignment will also to identify all current and near-future digital/smart applications that are relevant for each sector and complete a questionnaire for each to be included in the SIG compendium of digitalisation toolkit. The digital opportunities identified for the sector could be sector specific (i.e. digital components, applications, systems, innovations developed specifically for buildings and infrastructure projects in these sectors) or they could be cross-sector digital tools or approaches that will apply in these sectors (i.e. such as BIM, digital twins, digital asset management etc.). The 'Roadmaps for Digitalisation' developed will help the EBRD's existing and future clients identify strategies for digital optimisation and where to strengthen capacity building alongside investment in digital technologies. The Roadmaps for Digitalisation for each sector will include the following:*Digital maturity roadmaps: detailing suitable pathways for transition from early stage, low maturity or 'digital ignorance' to higher stages of maturity such as 'transformative', or similar for all digitalisation benefits that can be achieved in each sector. This will include the broad range of institutional, legal, financial, technical, social, human and industry-based issues that will shape the likely digital development for the sector.

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