Next Generation Internet Proposals should cover one of the three bullet points (a, b or c):a) Coordination and Support action - Identification of research topicsDesign, build and apply a methodology to identify continuously those key future technologies that will support an Internet model more open and more inclusive in 10 years from now. For this: Perform a portfolio analysis, coverage, mapping and gap analysis of ongoing and emerging research topics in future Internet. Identify those key future Internet technologies, i.e. the game-changers for an Internet in 2025, and deduct specific technology roadmaps. Analysis programmes and developments in Member States and Associated Countries, and activities in international partner countries. b) Coordination and Support action - Dynamic and continuous consultationBuild an open, dynamic and continuous consultation process which engages all relevant stakeholders in a long-term and Today the Internet is key to almost any socio-economic activity, a true value creator which reshapes economic and societal behaviours. This trend is irreversible and in 10 years from now the Internet will be an even more indispensable motor for socio-economic activity worldwide. If Europe aims to shape this future Internet as a powerful, open, data-driven, user-centric, interoperable platform ecosystem, it must take action now.With a fresh view, the European Commission launches a new track of future Internet research aimed at developing a next generation of the Internet enabled by key technologies and services allowing it to become an open ecosystem avoiding the dominance of a few giant economic players. This coordination and support action will prepare the conditions, mobilise the constituencies and prototype the operations of a large future Next Generation Internet initiative going beyond Horizon 2020. Establish the base for a large scale research flagship on the Next Generation Internet. Prototype and validate new processes for research and innovation on Next Generation Internet. Mobilise the new players indispensable for agile research on the Next Generation Internet, notably leading individual or teams of researchers and high tech startups. Build an active, visible and agile ecosystem comprising all relevant stakeholders for making the Next Generation Internet flagship a success. Build a dynamic and growing knowledge base of technological trends, initiatives and key players in the area of Next Generation Internet.