We are going to test the Interlink solution through proof-of-concept experiments to be executed
in the Public Administrations (PA) of Italy, Latvia, and Spain.
- Italy, PA involved: The Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF). MEF has a vast experience in bottom-up collaborative approaches, and it is always looking for opportunities to further develop its expertise and remain at the forefront of innovation. To this end, MEF will be developing a mock-up of a Participatory Strategic Planning Module (called PSPM) which allows Public Bodies and their staff to actively participate in the definition of the MEF’s Strategic Plan, as well as to have access to a repository of good practices on strategic planning approaches and methodologies. The use case will be implemented in two phases as follows:
- during the first iteration, MEF has the goal of collecting requirements and feedback from stakeholders in order to co-design a mock-up of the PSPM (Participatory Strategic Planning Module) open to Public Bodies to allow their participation in the definition of the MEF’s Strategic Plan. According to the feedback and input received, the mock-up of the PSPM will be developed in order to also be used in the second iteration phase
- the second iteration will be about refining the PSPM mock-up with other Public Bodies.
- Latvia, PA involved: the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia (VARAM). This use case will be focused on the Latvian State Portal, which is a portal that provides easy access to services delivered by state and local government institutions. VARAM aims to continuously update and enhance the portal so that the public services published are increasingly adopted which is a portal that provides easy access to services delivered by state and local government institutions. The idea is to improve the service descriptions available on the Latvian State Portal, making them more useful and accessible, since many citizens still rely on physical consultation of services through CSC (Unified State and Municipal Customer Service Centres) and respective administrations of the municipalities of their residence.
- Spain, PA involved: The City of Zaragoza (ZGZ) and its Center for Art and Technology (eTOPIA_). This UC aims to promote collaborative city-making facilities and programs and to improve the process of Open Innovation in the city. More in detail, eTOPIA_ is going to develop communication and co-creation tools so that the different stakeholders involved in the co-creation of new public services and initiatives (SMEs, startups, entrepreneurs, social collectives, citizens) can collaborate in particular in the co-development, co-maintenance and co-exploitation phases of the resulting new services.