The Innovation Report ('Opportunity now - Europe's mission to innovate') was published on 05/07/2016 with a great wealth of ideas and possible initiatives for seizing the innovation opportunity in the EU. The report identifies three key foundation actions for innovation: upskilling Europe’s people, using local strengths to underpin local innovation, and transforming public processes.
It recognises the potential benefits of data-driven innovation that can allow more SMEs and social enterprises to implement effectives approaches for social innovation such as collaborative public services. The eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 also highlights that 'by opening up public sector data and facilitating their re-use by third parties, in due respect of the 'Trustworthiness & Security' pinciple, public administrations can foster new opportunities for knowledge, growth and jobs'.
How can public administrations engage citizens, businesses and civil society in the collaborative design, production and delivery of public services and facilitate their interaction with public administrations?
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