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BPC Workshop on “Transforming Decision and Policy Making through Big Data” was held on the 4th of September very well received by the attending public.


We are pleased to invite you to the Big Policy Canvas Workshop on “Transforming Decision and Policy Making through Big Data” where you can share your view on how barriers impeding big data driven modernisation in decision and policy making can be overcome.


We are happy to announce that BPC first workshop will be held in Krems during the EGOV-CeDEM-ePART 2018 conference. Come and join us on the 4th of September!


In the course of our primary research activities, interviews were conducted with representatives of public administrations, private sector and science on the three core components of the BPC-project – namely the needs of public administration as well as trends an

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