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The Big Policy Canvas Knowledge Base is a state-of-the-art, online and dynamic repository that functions as an accumulator uniting all the knowledge produced during the project. It is structured along the three dimensions of needs, trends and assets and furthermore offers a mapping among them by defining how they are interconnected and how they influence each other.

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Collaborative text, discourse, delegation and coordination tool designed for constructive collaboration and decision-making with many participants.

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Integrated Planning and Management of land resources.

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An interactive website that enables users to report non-emergency issues in their communities, such as broken street lights, needed crosswalks, potholes, graffiti, and trees that need trimming. The site notifies local officials and plots of issues to be discussed on Google maps. Community and local government responses are reported and tracked by users. Especially for Washington DC 311, an iPhone and Facebook combination application has been developed and enables users to report physical problems by taking photographs.

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With its own locations in 14 European countries and with partnerships on all continents, the development of international IT solutions is part of Bechtle's day-to-day business. This includes leading customers safely through the complex challenges of European and global procurement and providing the right IT solution with great flexibility. Official partner for NATO Cyber Defence

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This case focuses on the opportunity that micro - data on learning processes (e.g. within universities) and the use of learning analytics provide for the design of educational strategies by policy makers at a national and European level

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Lisbon Participatory budgeting (here in after, Lx-PB) structure is designed in such a way that the public and the city council should work together. It also embraces ICT, that is, it uses the internet and SMS, encourages the people to take part – face-to-face as well as through online platform (https://www.lisboaparticipa.pt/). The face-to-face platform where the citizens of Lisbon could take part in budgeting process is known as Participatory Assemblies (PAs, here in after). Often, several PAs take place during Spring and Autumn time period.

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Dynamic and continuous dialogue between political representatives and citizens.

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The Maryland Budget Game allows users to develop their own proposals for balancing the state budget. The game presents different budget options in a range of policy areas, along with background information and factors to consider.

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Opengov.gr has been designed to serve the principles of transparency, deliberation, collaboration and accountability and includes three initiatives: Οpen calls for the recruitment of public administration officials; Electronic deliberation; Labs OpenGov.

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The Icelandic Constitutional Council has made it possible for the public to send messages which are published on the Council’s website in order to foster a lively discussion. Thereby every citizen had the opportunity to take part to the drafting of the constitution.

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