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Digital Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services along with Citizens

Deliverables

Project Web presence and external dissemination plan

Creation of project website and pages on social media and first release of the dissemination plan

Requirements and process model definition (final)

This will contain the final analysis of a new model for PA/citizen collaboration enabled by disruptive technologies and includes service analysis and service design requirements definition to inform technological implementation (WP2) and pilot (WP3).

Requirements and process model definition (interim)

This will contain the analysis of a new model for PA/citizen collaboration enabled by disruptive technologies and includes service analysis and service design requirements definition to inform technological implementation (WP2) and pilot (WP3). An interim deliverable created in [M6] will be updated to create the final deliverable D1.2.

Policy Briefs I

Policy Briefs

1st report on dissemination & exploitation support activities

Report on first year of dissemination and second version of the dissemination plan and second version of the exploitation plan

Disruptive technologies implementation report

Detailed description of the implementation specs of disruptive technologies. It specifies, in particular, the interaction between the different components. The specification of the original modules by the partners constituting the background of the project will be adapted to the pilots defined in WP3. The deliverable contains the finalised database schemas, the mobile app specifications and the design of the interfaces among the modules.

Plan for engagement of user / target groups

Contains a comprehensive stakeholder map and detailed engagement plan tailored to the different audiences, from different user groups to other stakeholders plus the general public at the EU, national and local level.

Ethics, Gender and Data Management Framework

Report detailing the CO3, Gender and Data Management Framework. This includes the preliminary Data Management Plan. The Plan will provide: − details on the nature and amount of personal data; − details on the potential sensitiveness of the personal data collected in relation to philosophical and/or political conviction; − details on the anonymisation/pseudonymisation procedures, storage, observation, minimisation of use of personal data; − a description of the technical and organisational measures that will be implemented to safeguard the rights and freedoms of the data subjects/research participants; − a description of how all of the data processed are relevant and limited to the purposes of the research project (in accordance with the ‘data minimisation ‘principle); − a data protection impact assessment conducted under art. 35 General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679; − detailed information on the informed consent procedures in regard to data processing. Templates of the informed consent forms and information sheets (in language and terms intelligible to the participants) will be kept on file. The information shall include all applicable items listed in Articles 13 and 14 of the GDPR.

Collaboration infrastructure

This deliverable consists in the definition of a collaborative workspace, an issue tracking system and a teleconferencing system. Also includes basic guidelines and procedures for use of the tools within the project.