ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling:The CROSSROADS Ahead<br />Yannis Charalabidis<br />Ass.Prof. University of Aegean<...
Staheholders needs for eGovernance *  <br />*in an ideal society …  <br />
A historical view of research on “ICT for Governance”<br />
eGovernance and Policy Support Technologies<br />Web Technologies<br />Systems & Services Technologies<br />“Hard”<br />Pu...
We need to make user demand meet industrial offerings, in governance<br />But how ?<br />- We need a simultaneous approach...
First attempt: The “ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling” Research domain within FP7, 2010<br />7 Targeted Research Pro...
Research Areas Status on ICT for Governance, by the CROSSROAD Project <br />
The Big Challenges ahead: Model-based Governance <br />How to bring Policy Modelling & Simulation approaches at a totally ...
The Big Challenges ahead: Government Service Utility<br />How Collaboration and Interoperability can turn a “introvert” pu...
The Big Challenges Ahead:Scientific Formulation of ICT-assisted Governance<br />Impact<br />Popularisation<br />Industrial...
As a conclusion …<br />ICT for Governance is a maturing domain, seeking for industry support and rigorous software enginee...
How to Participate in the discussion<br />www.CROSSROAD-EU.net (soon to launch an Industry Group and a Public Sector Group...
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    1. 1. ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling:The CROSSROADS Ahead<br />Yannis Charalabidis<br />Ass.Prof. University of Aegean<br />Samos 2010 Summit <br />Samos, 6th July 2010<br />
    2. 2. Staheholders needs for eGovernance * <br />*in an ideal society … <br />
    3. 3. A historical view of research on “ICT for Governance”<br />
    4. 4. eGovernance and Policy Support Technologies<br />Web Technologies<br />Systems & Services Technologies<br />“Hard”<br />Public Sector Service Systems <br />Workflow Systems<br />Enterprise Resource Management<br />Cloud computing<br />Web 2.0<br />Argument Visualization<br />Mixed Reality <br />Pattern Recognition<br />Serious Games<br />Electronic Participation<br />Translation Systems<br />Social Networks<br />PS Knowledge Management<br />Legal Informatics<br />Business Intelligence<br />Data & Opinion Mining<br />Simulation<br />Forecasting - Backcasting<br />Optimization<br />Systems Dynamics<br />Adaptive Models<br />Behavioral Modelling<br />Societal Modelling<br />Social Simulation<br />Social Informatics<br />Management Tools<br />“Soft”<br />Society<br />Administration<br />
    5. 5. We need to make user demand meet industrial offerings, in governance<br />But how ?<br />- We need a simultaneous approach from both sides …<br />
    6. 6. First attempt: The “ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling” Research domain within FP7, 2010<br />7 Targeted Research Projects<br />The post-2010 Roadmap on<br />“ICT for Governance & Policy Modelling”<br />6<br />
    7. 7. Research Areas Status on ICT for Governance, by the CROSSROAD Project <br />
    8. 8. The Big Challenges ahead: Model-based Governance <br />How to bring Policy Modelling & Simulation approaches at a totally different level of software engineering and industry integration, so that to allow reuse and gradual refinement ?<br />
    9. 9. The Big Challenges ahead: Government Service Utility<br />How Collaboration and Interoperability can turn a “introvert” public sector into a citizen-oriented one<br />The 111 Concept says:<br />every service can be provided in one stop, one second, with one euro cost<br />
    10. 10. The Big Challenges Ahead:Scientific Formulation of ICT-assisted Governance<br />Impact<br />Popularisation<br />Industrial quality solutions. Communication and marketing towards broader communities. Substantiation of value.<br />Wave 3<br />External Enhancement & Exploration<br />Internal Enhancement & Exploration<br />Stabilisation of models and tools. Population of solution scenaria. Impact assessment and simulation. Training curriculum.<br />Wave 2<br />Development and Extension<br />Concept Formulation<br />Ability to identify and describe <br />problems and solutions. Research community establishment. Convergence on initial concepts.<br />Wave 1<br />Foundational Principles<br />Time<br />Today<br />
    11. 11. As a conclusion …<br />ICT for Governance is a maturing domain, seeking for industry support and rigorous software engineering practices<br />Potential for model-based governance, social networks for governments, open data services and government service utilities will be tremendous, in the years to come<br />The Scientific Foundation of “ICT-Assisted Governance” is a necessity, for tackling fragmentation and achieving fast progress<br />The CROSSROAD project is an open, collaborative forum for shaping the new research directions<br />
    12. 12. How to Participate in the discussion<br />www.CROSSROAD-EU.net (soon to launch an Industry Group and a Public Sector Group)<br />LinkedIn Group: CROSSROAD-EU<br />On-coming events (CROSSROAD Workshops)<br /><ul><li>IFIP eGOV Conference, Lausanne, Aug 29 - Sep2, 2010
    13. 13. ICT 2010, Brussels, Sep 27-29, 2010</li>
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