A Spanish SME company, specialised in ICT solutions and with wide experience in the coordination of European projects, is looking for a university or research centre to participate in an H2020 proposal to the call DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-02-2019 “Transformative impact of disruptive technologies in public services”. The project will assess the impact of disruptive technologies in public administration. Researchers with expertise in digital transformation and public services are sought.
The project approach is aimed to assess the socio-economic, legal, ethical and operational impact of disruptive technological solutions on public administration. More specifically, the focus is on eID management and how public services may be improved when introducing a distributed scheme relying on cutting-edge techniques. To this end, five different case studies will be addressed, representing diverse scenarios all around Europe and, thus, very different contexts. The involvement of end users from the very beginning will be key to achieve the overall and specific goals.
Key activities will include the definition of the methodology, interfacing with end users and technical developers, collaboration in the socio-economic analysis, etc.
The consortium has already 13 partners with different profiles: universities, technology centres, companies, municipalities and a police department.
Research groups working on the transformation of public administration and public services with extensive experience in methodological approaches to introduce new technologies would be the best fit. Technical expertise is not needed but recommended. The partner should:
• Define the co-creation methodology, and be in charge of the co-creation process during the whole project.
• Guide the definition of use cases and common requirements, jointly gathered from the different pilots.
• Guide the definition and implementation of the pilots in the different cities/regions.
• Extract conclusions of the research from the public administration/services transformation point of view.
EOI deadline: 22nd February 2019.
Call deadline: 14th March 2019.
Project duration: 156 weeks.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The partners sought are research groups working on the transformation of public administration and public services. They need to have extensive experience in methodological approaches to introduce new technologies, and they will be in charge of the co-creation process during the project.
Proposal under development - A similar proposal was submitted last year and rejected by the European Commission. The Spanish company is currently improving the approach and content, so the consortium is completed (including use cases) except for the profile sought.
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