A flagship initiative of the USAID Digital Strategy, the Digital Ecosystem Country Assessment (DECA) informs the development, design, and implementation of USAID’s strategies, projects, and activities. The DECA looks at three pillars of a nation’s digital ecosystem: 1) Digital Infrastructure and Adoption; 2) Digital Society, Rights, and Governance; and 3) Digital Economy.

DECA findings and recommendations are mapped to USAID/Georgia’s Results Framework. The USAID/Georgia 2020–2025 Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) outlines USAID’s priorities, including supporting Georgia in the effort to advance Euro-Atlantic integration and strengthening resilience to malign influence. This includes addressing challenges primarily in Government Capacity, Inclusive Development, and Open and Accountable Governance. USAID/Georgia will consider the 13 recommendations in this report in current and future programs.