What is digital public infrastructure?
Sandman,Jordan; UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose
This article discusses the concept of Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI), which includes society-wide digital capabilities essential for participation in the digital era. It identifies three key capabilities - digital identity, digital payments, and data exchange - that can be managed as public infrastructure to prioritize access, local sovereignty, and interoperability. The article emphasizes the need for inclusivity, foundational nature, interoperability, and public accountability in designing DPI systems.