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The Digital Local Agenda (DLA) (also known in some countries as the Local Digital Agenda) is a planning instrument to fight the digital divide and ensure that all people in the world can enjoy the benefits of the Information Society.
The DLA was approved in 2005 by the II World Summit on the Information Society of Cities and Local Governments (November 2005, Bilbao, Spain) to fight the digital divide and ensure that people throughout the world can enjoy the benefits of the Information Society. It is mainly addressed to local and regional public administrations as enablers of this worldwide eInclusion process.