The study analyses industry's participation patterns to FP6 and FP7 and the impact of this participation on innovation and job creation.
This study focusses on the analysis of an emerging market which is still evolving and is likely to grow fast in the next 3 years - with new actors coming in from other sectors or arising (start-ups) and new business models developing. The results of this study will feed into the annual reviews of the Digital Agenda Scoreboard providing valuable data and information for the 3 years covered by the project.
The study comprises the definition of a set of input, output, outcome and impact indicators, as well as a framework to monitor the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (Digital Agenda for Europe flagship initiative) based on systematic review and case studies.
The project aims at analysing and redefining how knowledge is created and shared within and outbound the organization.
In light of the eGovernment benchmarking exercise of 2012, the objective of the study is to perform in-depth analysis of the data collected in the 2012 eGovernment benchmarking exercise in order to obtain relevant insights on the state of eGovernment in Europe in the context of current EU eGovernment policy, and to produce a coherent narrative showcasing and interpreting those insights.
The objective of this study is to assess the technological requirements and available tools on Internet-related policy-making process and develop an online platform that collects and analyses information thereon. It is sought to provide a set of recommendations on the best “internal governance framework” of this platform, ensuring maximum levels of transparency, accountability, independence and inclusivity.
Supporting the application of the eGEP Measurement Framework as the key measuring tool for measuring the impact of eGovernment services in Greece, benchlearning pilots were conducted to measure the impacts in terms of efficiency and administrative burden reduction for citizens and businesses of online tax services.
This was the second edition of the three years project and focussed on developing indicators to measure the availability and take up of public eProcurement. Instrumental to this work, an institutional mapping of the main procurement players and of the institutional and regulatory bases for public procurement in 27 EU countries was developed.
eGEP has been the first EC financed ground breaking study going beyond the benchmarking of services available online and aiming at the measurement of concrete impacts and outcomes.
This three-year project envisaged the yearly revision and integration of the European Commission’s benchmarking of the basic 20 public services online. The project was therefore intended to pursue the goal of going beyond the eEurope benchmarking and focus on issues of usage and impact.