The OpenGovIntelligence project aims at stimulating sustainable economic growth in Europe through innovation in society and enterprises. OpenGovIntelligence suggests a holistic approach for the modernisation of Public Administration (PA) by exploiting Linked Open Statistical Data (LOSD) technologies. This includes new business processes, policies, and tools that would enable the active participation of the society and enterprises in data sharing and in the co-production of innovative data-driven public services.
The objectives of the OpenGovIntelligence project include the identification of challenges in opening up and exploiting LOSD for the co-production of innovative data-driven public services and the creation of a framework comprising business processes, policies, and data infrastructure architectures. This framework specifies a user-centric LOSD Innovation Ecosystem that orchestrates the collaboration of society and PA for opening up and exploiting LOSD to address relevant challenges and facilitate the co-production of innovative data-driven public services. The delivery of the OpenGovIntelligece ICT toolkit would contain easy-to-use and user-centric tools to facilitate the realisation of the LOSD Innovation Ecosystem.
The envisaged OpenGovIntelligence pilots are to focus on six countries. The pilots are expected to help the team validate and prove the usability and effectiveness of the LOSD Innovation Ecosystem. Their final purpose is to develop services at both national and local level to tackle societal and PA challenges in various areas such as internal decision-making in PAs, enhancing eservices provided by Points of Single Contact in Europe, and improving policy-making in the areas of environment protection, economic growth and unemployment.