NET-EUCEN project on citizen-centric e-governance

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NET-EUCEN project on citizen-centric e-governance

  1. 1. NET-EUCEN “Network of European Stakeholders forEnhance User Centricity in eGovernance”
  2. 2. List of contents • What is NET-EUCEN • The targets • Synergies in “innovative services” domainNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  3. 3. The NETWORK • Network funded on CIP-ICT PSP (3/2009) Objective 3.4: “Defining Guidelines for user centricity“ • Duration 3 years, start April 2010 – end March 2013 • Aim: development of a network of stakeholders in the Governance and Service to User Modeling domains (massive on-line service fruition and eInclusion policies) • How: to create, animate and manage a network of experienced organizations covering the whole supply chain of the service for users (S4U)Network of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  4. 4. NET-EUCEN Consortium list N° Name Co N° Name Co 1 Innova SpA IT 13 TESEO BE 2 University Aegean HE 14 Vestfold University NO 3 Steinbeis – SIZEDN DE 15 eDATA RO 4 Inova Mais PT 16 Birmingham City UK 5 Cheshire Henbury UK 17 Euroconsultants SA HE 6 Techin PL 18 IVPK LT 7 Whitehall-Reply IT 19 In-JET DK 8 Data Media Group LV 20 Theodore Puskas F. HU 9 CRP Henry Tudor LU 21 DIDA IT 10 Ventspils Digital Centre LV 22 Cities on Internet PL 11 IT4ALL FR 23 e-Trikala HE 12 Malta Information T.A. MT + Enlarged consortium ECNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  5. 5. Technology areas to be explored • Internet evolution • (Mass) and Real-time cooperative platforms / Social networking. • Future technologies (digital home, smart security, nanotechnology) • The T-Government trough DTVNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  6. 6. NET-EUCEN Consortium • PA: Public Administrations. • TTC: Technology Transfer Companies • IND: Industries • HE/R&D: Universities, R&D Centres • PME: Policy Makers and Experts • UC: User Communities* (later stage inclusion)Network of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  7. 7. NET-EUCEN’s main objectives • O1 – Creation of a working network • O2 – Develop guidelines for S4U • O3 – Assess application scenarios • O4 – Explore market opportunitiesNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  8. 8. NET-EUCEN’s targets T1 Establish communication between sectoral S4U communities; T2 Identify next steps in terms of research or integration T3 Provide the EC with a set of guidelines T4 Support interoperability and standards T5 Awareness raising T6 Promoting co-operation and clustering approaches T7 Enlarge the dynamic network T8 Identify market opportunitiesNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  9. 9. NET-EUCEN interaction flowNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  10. 10. External assessment • Web-portal / Access to Network partners • Scenarios available on line – DEMO scenarios as “public” – no interacion – PLAY scenarios only for interested / network • Feedback after each “game session” – On line assessment only if all actors are logged or – Agent simulation for substituing missing actorNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  11. 11. Cooperation layers Users Community – Experts Scenarios NetworkingNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  12. 12. The Public Administrations • Role – Definition of scenarios and services – Communication of local / Country policies about ICTs, eGovernment, eInclusion • Benefit – Validation of ad-hoc services for users representing the community – Possibility to set-up innovative services with the support of consultancy team experts – Possibility to deploy the business models developed within the projectNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  13. 13. T.T. / Consultancy companies • Role – Communication among partners and represented project clusters – Added-value co-operative activities – Analysis of the sustainability of developed solutions – Dissemination of results and scouting of members for the enlarged network • Benefit – Possibility to assist and/or sell (even partial) services and developed business models to P.A. / interested organisations – Possibility to provide consultancy during service provisionNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  14. 14. Industries / developers • Role – Technical and feasibility analysis of SW solutions to be developed into the scenarios – Analysis of requirements for security and interoperability issues • Benefit – Potential developers of ICT support for innovative solutions validated during the project and set-up by future clients (pilot testers)Network of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  15. 15. Universities, R&D Centres • Role – Share knowledge about ICTs and methodologies for the SoA and future SW applications (foresight) – Fornitori di tecnologia per la messa in opera dei “games” per la simulazione dei servizi. • Benefit – Potential solutions to patent, participation to the revenues; – Potential developers of innovative and experimental applicationsNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  16. 16. Policy Makers and Experts • Role – Analysis of the best practices in Europe – Identification of potential R&D developments – Scenarios validation (service simulation) – Services deployment plans validation • Benefit – Possibility to provide “ad-hoc” consultancy to P.A. within the service provision – Increase of competences and knowledgeNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  17. 17. User Communities • Role * – Provide ideas for services and scenarios – Participation to co-operative events – Scenario validation * To be involved into the enlarged network • Benefit – Deployment of “ad-hoc” services for the Community / Association they belong to – Mutual knowledge, contact and opinion share with other Communities / Associations about user-centered servicesNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  18. 18. Synergies for “new services” • The network for development and assessment of innovative services • Organisations / people working in “user centered services” and Users Associations maybe interested in join the network as external additional partners • Experts maybe interested in join the assessment phaseNetwork of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance
  19. 19. Contacts: @ -  -  THANK YOU! name company Company address @ mail Office: Other numbers?Network of European Stakeholders for Enhance User Centricity in eGovernance

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