WeLive project is devised to transform the current e-government approach by facilitating a more open model of design, production and delivery of public services leveraging on the collaboration between public administrations (PAs), citizens and entrepreneurs. Find out what WeLive proposes and how, what are the main project impacts, results, and key aspects.
By developing an innovative a novel We-Government ecosystem of tools (Live) that is easily deployable in different PA and which promotes co-innovation and co-creation of personalised public services through public-private partnerships and the empowerment of all stakeholders to actively take part in the value-chain of a municipality or a territory
This ecosystem is built on or based on three paradigms: the open data, open services and open innovation paradigms.
WeLive framework components and the open government services are expected to be trialed through a two-phase pilots to be conducted in 3 cities (Bilbao, Novi Sad and Trento) and 1 region (Helsinki- Uusimaa) across Europe.
First pilot phase will start at the beginning of March 2016 and it is expected to involve up to 500 people from different stakeholders groups. We will trial the scenarios, open Government services, datasets and building blocks that were identified at the very beginning of the project as result of the different stakeholder consultation process (Stakeholders´ views will be gathered, among other means, at workshops, focus groups meetings, online and offline questionnaires, ideas contests - to collect needs and ideas from stakeholders in order to identify a set of requirements to be fulfilled by the WeLive framework) carried out in each city.
Finally, exploitable assets currently identified include a number of Public Service Applications for each pilot city
WeLive adds value in four different areas:
Area of open Data WeLive provides an open data toolset which eases to capture, transform, adapt, link, store, publish and search for data.
Area of open Services WeLive provides an open services framework based on B. blocks and app templates. These will be easily combined to give place to new services
Area of open Innovation WeLive focuses on how to pass from innovation to adoption, by democratizing the creation process through the Open Innovation Area and Marketplace tools.
Area of User-centric Services WeLive enables personalization of public service apps based on user profile and context though the Citizen Data Vault, Visual composer and WeLive decision engine element.
Service co-creation and innovation approach in Welive
In this picture you may see the idea lilfecycle management currently enabled by WeLive tools. This picture shows the service co-creation approach in WeLive. It is an iterative process composed by four macro-phases: Co-experience, Co-definition, Co-development and Co-delivery.
Finally, I will conclude my presentation by sharing with you some conclusions:ç
2. We should also contribute to make ICT systems of different PA inter-operable, breaking the PAs silos towards a strong integration based on mashups of data coming from heterogeneous sources (Citizens, IoT systems)
3. We should also evolve towards a more inclusive and participated public administration, incorporating, through different channels, citizens and other stakeholders into the planning of development activities and the decision making process