ICT-enabled Policy Making / Policy 2.0 Case Studies

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  • Emerging from the need to solve real problemsinitiated either by governments or as a result of collaboration between researchers and governments, in a top-down approachMulti-disciplinarity in the teamsdifferent perspectives and ensured appropriate modelling of policy options and interpretation of outcomesAddress the targeted needs of policy makers and citizensallow them contribute in a more efficient and productive way to the policy issue at stake through dedicated toolsPower of high-quality data at an appropriate level and format to be incorporated into policy models is indisputableRecognize the network effect of social media and Web2.0but their use for the policy-making domain is often accompanied by some scepticism or too much enthusiasmFunding has been a non-negligible factoradditional functionalities and components have been gradually introducedCases succeeded in informing policy makers in a documented manneruse of policy models seems rather diverse, focusing at different abstraction levels and ranging from elaborate stochastic models (in GLEAM and UrbanSim) to more lightweight models (excel spreadsheets in 2050 Pathways Analysis). To measure impact no specific KPIs were set from the beginningHowever, numbers of visitors and interactions have demonstrated their impactStrong internalization aspects different cultural dimensions emerge and should not be ignored as it may decide the success of a case in different geographic settings
  • Build your case in Policy Making 2.0 in an agile mannerContinuously embed high-quality (open) data into your policy modelsTap the power of visualization and social networks to effectively communicate policy outcomesInvest on real-time simulation technologiesCreate intuitive, yet diverse interfaces depending on the profile of the stakeholdersBring together multi-disciplinary expertiseEngage stakeholders from the very beginningIncubate your case into the interested public organizationTreat your case as a product/service to ensure sustainability and further developmentThink out-of-the box for the deployment of your case in other settings and contexts
  • ICT-enabled Policy Making / Policy 2.0 Case Studies

    1. 1. CROSSOVERThe Impact of ICT solutions for governance andpolicy modelling: results from case studiesGianluca MisuracaEuropean Commission, JRC-IPTSYannis Charalabidis,National Technical University of AthensThe views expressed by the author are not necessarily those of the EC
    2. 2. 217 June 2013 To contribute enhancing and deepening the CROSSOVERInternational Roadmap on Policy Making 2.0 through mapping and identifying promising cases ofapplications of ICT solutions for governance and policymodelling, selecting and analysing in depth four goodpractice cases, evaluating lessons learned and impacts fromimplementation of ICT solutions for governance and policymodelling at both European and global level. Activities coordinated by JRC-IPTS and conducted incollaboration with NTUA as part of the CROSSOVER projectObjectives
    3. 3. Methodologicalapproach
    4. 4. Selection process
    5. 5. 5GLEAM – Global Epidemics & Mobility Model2050Pathways AnalysisOpinion Space 3.0UrbansimSelected case studies5
    6. 6. Key Findings 1/2 Emerging from the need to solve real problems initiated either by governments or as a result of collaboration betweenresearchers and governments, in a top-down approach Multi-disciplinarity in the teams different perspectives and ensured appropriate modelling of policy optionsand interpretation of outcomes Address the targeted needs of policy makers and citizens allow them contribute in a more efficient and productive way to the policyissue at stake through dedicated tools Power of high-quality data at an appropriate level and format to beincorporated into policy models is indisputable Recognize the network effect of social media and Web2.0 but their use for the policy-making domain is often accompanied by somescepticism or too much enthusiasm
    7. 7.  Funding has been a non-negligible factor additional functionalities and components have been graduallyintroduced Cases succeeded in informing policy makers in a documented manner use of policy models seems rather diverse, focusing at differentabstraction levels and ranging from elaborate stochastic models (inGLEAM and UrbanSim) to more lightweight models (excelspreadsheets like in 2050 Pathways Analysis). To measure impact no specific KPIs were set from the beginning However, numbers of visitors and interactions have demonstrated their impact Strong internalization aspects different cultural dimensions emerge and should not be ignored as itmay decide the success of a case in different geographic settingsKey Findings 2/2
    8. 8. 2050 PathwaysAnalysishttp://www.decc.gov.uk/en/content/cms/tackling/2050/2050.aspx
    9. 9. GLEAMhttp://www.gleamviz.org
    10. 10. Opinion Space 3.0http://www.state.gov/opinionspacehttp://opinion.berkeley.edu
    11. 11. http://www.urbasim.orgUrbanSimhttp://www.sustaincity.org
    12. 12. 12The ´Decalogue ofPolicy Making 2.0´
    13. 13. Key Recommendations1. Build Clusters of Research Challenges and DefinePolicy Making 2.0 “Enablers”2. Shift from Gov Labs to Open Apps3. Define the Timing Horizon for Research13
    14. 14. Graph of PM2.0Research Challenges14
    15. 15. Policy Making 2.0Magic-Quadrant15
    16. 16. Policy Making 2.0Hype Curve16
    17. 17. 17gianluca.misuraca@ec.europa.euhttp://is.jrc.ec.europa.eu
    18. 18. Reflection to theCROSSOVER roadmap
    19. 19. Reflections to theCROSSOVER roadmap
    20. 20. “The decalogueof Policy Making 2.0”1. Build your case in Policy Making 2.0 in an agile manner2. Continuously embed high-quality (open) data into your policy models3. Tap the power of visualization and social networks to effectivelycommunicate policy outcomes4. Invest on real-time simulation technologies5. Create intuitive, yet diverse interfaces depending on the profile of thestakeholders6. Bring together multi-disciplinary expertise7. Engage stakeholders from the very beginning8. Incubate your case into the interested public organization9. Treat your case as a product/service to ensure sustainability andfurther development10.Think out-of-the box for the deployment of your case in other settingsand contexts

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