Government 3.0 Roadmap

Ronzhyn, Alexander and Wimmer, Maria A. (2018). Government 3.0 Roadmap. European Commission.

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    Author Ronzhyn, Alexander
    Wimmer, Maria A.
    Title Government 3.0 Roadmap
    Publication Date 2018-05
    Place of Publication Online
    Publisher European Commission
    Pages 74
    Language eng
    Abstract The current report details the roadmapping activities within the Work Package 2 of the Gov 3.0 project. It describes the methodology that has been used to develop the roadmap and the results of the application of the methodology. The methodology described in this report is based on the previous roadmapping projects, led by the partners, including eGovRTD2020 and OCOPOMO projects. The methodology has been adjusted and adapted to the specific needs of the Gov 3.0 project. The Roadmap has been developed based on the identified research and training needs, elaborated with the help of the future scenario technique and the analysis of the projects. Results presented in the report include the identified projects that involve the disruptive technologies of Government 3.0, possible future scenarios that exemplify the implementation of these technologies in the public service and research and training needs, arising during the implementation. These inputs were used to develop the Government 3.0 Roadmap, detailing the specific steps for the effective implementation of disruptive technologies in digital government. Roadmap concerns various stakeholders relevant to the implementation of these new technologies in government and can be used as a guidance for addressing effectively the arising research and training needs. The developed roadmap will be used in the WP3 and WP4 of the project for the development of the learning materials both for the Joint Master Program and the MOOC.
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2018
    Copyright type Creative commons
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