Minister of Digital Affairs
She has been performing the function of the Minister since 16 November 2015. She is conducting a number of IT projects, such as the Data Openness, the National Education Network, From Paper to Digital Poland, the Line of Cooperation, the GIK – Chief Information Officer of the Country, as well as initiatives aimed at increasing the efficiency of digital administration.
She is responsible for computerisation, information society development and issues related to cybersecurity. Her most important goal is to create a digital service state, i.e. to provide citizens with access to quick, easy and friendly e-services from the public administration.
Attorney; from 1995 to 1997, she worked in the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection. In 1998-2000, she was the advisor to three successive ministers of communications. From 2001 to 2005, she conducted advisory activities, and from November 2005 to May 2006, she was the Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Transport and Construction, responsible for communications.
From January to May 2006, she was acting as the President of the Office of Electronic Communications, and then in May 2006 appointed to this function (until February 2012). Between 2012 and 2015, she conducted advisory activities, at the same time serving as the Chair of the management board of the Wielkopolska Broadband Network S.A. (2014-2015) and as the CEO of the Internet for Mazovia project (in 2015).
In 2014-2015, member of the Council for Digitisation at the Minister of Administration and Digitalisation.
In 2008, she was honoured with the Andrzej Bączkowski award for fighting the monopoly of Telekomunikacja Polska. Two years later, she received the Bene Merito Honorary Badge.