This study is aimed at better understanding how innovation in the public sector, enabled by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), can transform governance systems and how governments can take advantage of emerging and future digital technologies to address systemic problems. The results of the study shall inform the development of a new conceptual framework for […]
Open Evidence in consortium with RAND Europe has been commissioned to conduct the “Study on the benefits and drawbacks of remote voting solutions to support the preparation of a best practice guide for the use of digital tools to facilitate the exercise of EU citizens’ political rights”. The study is carried out on behalf of […]
Study on the impact of the internet and social media on youth participation and youth work. The study focuses on how the internet and social media influence young people’s active citizenship and political participation and explores non-formal learning methods and tools which can lead to the development of relevant skills and competences. As youth work […]
The objective of the study is to assess the implementation of the Action Plan with a view to recommend concrete actions to be taken by the EU and the EU Member States under the new eGovernment Action Plan 2016 – 2020.
The study on the new generation of eGovernment services has been launched in August 2015 by the European Commission in order to provide an analysis of the new generation of Open eGovernment Services as well as of how the public sector can become an agent of innovation.
SME Assembly is the biggest annual conference dedicated to the issues of European SMEs. Participants are invited to co-create SME policy and to find new ways of working together, to ensure effective support for entrepreneurs. In this context, Open Evidence is responsible for designing the online engagement strategy in order to ensure maximum engagement of stakeholders´during and after […]
The Digital Action Day 2014 (DAD 2014) took place in Brussels, Belgium on 29 September 2014. It is the main EU tech policy event of 2014, and it focussed on the two key themes of Digital Disruption and Transformation. The objectives of the event are to: Make other policy areas become ‘demandeurs’ for digital. Bring better digital […]
The objective of this project is the evaluation and the feasibility study of the Kublai Initiative.
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.