EC launches online public consultation on R&D in public sector innovation

ECThe European Commission is running an online public consultation on research and innovation in ICT-driven public sector innovation. The answers will help to prepare Horizon 2020 forthcoming Work Programs. All the interested stakeholders: national administrations, businesses, researchers, innovators, academia and interested users can provide their ideas on research and innovation activities at the EU level.

The consultation will be open until 15 April 2013.

The document on directions for ICT-driven public sector innovation describes some initial thoughts on research and innovation challenges in the forthcoming Horizon2020 Work Programmes. People participating in the consultation are invited to comment on the document or provide their own ideas.
The participants are asked to provide their thoughts on the following three questions:
1. What should be the drivers needed to cover the important changes and challenges in the area of ICT-driven public sector innovation?
2. Which enablers, whether technology or non-technology are relevant to this ICT-driven public sector innovation area? Are there any important ones missing or irrelevant ones included?
3. Which focus areas of ICT-driven public sector innovation should be addressed up to 2020? Are there any areas requiring research and innovation, missing?
To contribute to this consultation please click here.
N.B: received contributions and identity of the contributors to this consultation will be published on the Internet. It is important to read the specific Privacy statement for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.


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