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Accreditation Process

Implementation plan for The European Digital Transformation 21 Accreditation (EDTA21)

Phase 1:

 Assessment and Planning

Duration: [1-4 weeks].

Phase 2:

Implementation Monitoring

Duration: [8-12 weeks]

Phase 3:


Duration: [1week]

Phase 4:

Grant The Accreditation

Duration: [1week]


Digital Transformation Implementation Plan

Phase 1: Assessment and Planning Phase 1: Assessment and Planning
Duration: [Week 1-4]

In the initial phase, our team will conduct a detailed assessment of the seven elements of digital transformation and their availability. The result of this assessment will inform the creation of a tailored digital transformation roadmap, in line with the organization’s goals.
Achievements Deliverables
1. Current status assessment report.2. A digital transformation roadmap for the organization that includes all the elements of digital transformation success.
The roadmap includes the seven elements of digital transformation success

1) Data
1. Data sources plan

2) Leadership
1. Leadership selection plan
2. Leadership empowerment plan from the Digital Leader Program

3) Human resources
1. A comprehensive plan to plan and organize existing human resources and direct their capabilities
2. A plan to empower human cadres with basic digital skills in the 21st century
3. A plan to empower human cadres with digital skills for business in the 21st century
4. A plan to empower human cadres in digital professions programs according to existing specializations and departments
5. A plan to localize the training content within the institution
6. A plan to evaluate the performance of human cadres
7. A plan to train human cadres on the Digital Leader program.
8. A plan for knowledge engineering of existing human expertise.
9. A plan for engineering administrative processes.

4) Technology
In order to develop a technological infrastructure that includes physical hardware, virtual resources, infrastructure-related software, middleware, networking services, and data storage, a set of special plans.
Infrastructure components may be on-premises, sourced externally, or provided as cloud services.
1. A plan for new applications and services that the organization needs to meet the specific needs of the organization’s workers, beneficiaries, or customers.
2. Plan to automate tasks using artificial intelligence and software.
3. A plan for managing knowledge engineering processes
4. A plan for managing upgrades and maintenance of existing software and equipment.
5. Plan and manage the systems and components of virtual and cloud computing environments.
6. A plan to monitor the performance of systems and services in terms of their contribution to the performance, safety and sustainability of the institution.
7. Plan to archive user manuals and technical documentation.

5) Policies and standards
Policies governing the use of digital technologies, data management and digital behavior within the organization will be reviewed and formulated. The aim is to ensure that these policies are consistent with global standards and best practices.
1. Policy plan for the use of digital devices.
2. Policy plan for the use of digital software.
3. Policy plan for the use of social media.
4. A policy plan for digital communication, digital meetings, and e-mail.

6) Spatial infrastructure
Standards for the space and its contents will be reviewed and formulated
Policy plan for the use of digital devices.
1. A plan for preparing the place and special equipment.
2. Plan for the furniture used.
3. Plan for additional equipment to be used.

7) Policies and standards
Policies governing the safe use of the space and equipment and maintaining personal and cyber security will be reviewed and formulated.
1. A plan to maintain privacy for individuals.
2. A plan for spatial infrastructure security.
3. A plan for information security and cybersecurity.
4. Risk management plan.

Phase 2: Implementation Monitoring
Duration: [Week 8-12]
At this stage, there is constant communication with the implementation teams to ensure the optimal implementation of plans and to confirm the best services and equipment used, to save time and not wait until the final evaluation.

Phase 3: Evaluation
Duration: [Week 1]
At this stage, the results of implementing the organization’s digital transformation success plan are evaluated, and then a report on the result is sent to the organization. If the evaluation is less than 70, it is asked to review and implement the elements, and if the evaluation is more than 70, it is left with the option to improve it to obtain accreditation. A diamond whose rating is more between 90 and 100.

Phase 4: Granting Accreditation. 
Duration: [Week 1]
At this stage, the certificate and shield may be awarded during a ceremony, or sent by shipment to the organization, and published on the website and on social media and media channels.