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The evaluation of public sector needs was one of the foremost steps of the Big Policy Canvas project.

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In the current Big Policy Canvas Roadmap, a number of research challenges have been presented, they are the outcome of an extensive review of the literature and consultation with experts.

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The new version of the Big Policy Canvas Roadmap for Future Research Directions in Data-Driven Policy Making is available online in commentable format.

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When discussing what are the drivers for smart governance to achieve evidence-based policy-making, data governance and collaborative governance are identified as main elements for framing smart gov

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The Big Policy Canvas Knowledge Base is a state-of-the-art, online, dynamic repository, that gathers all the knowledge produced in the course of the project. It is structured along three dimensions: Needs, Trends and Assets.

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It is often claimed that policy-making should be informed and driven by scientific results. As a result, a lot of emphases is put on enhancing the dialogue between policy-makers and scientists.

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In order to find out what assets, needs and trends have a big data potential, we followed a two-step approach. First, we identified big data relevant assets based on the BDV (Big Data Value) Reference Model.

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Did you know that BPC community already transcends the scope of the project? Yes, it does!

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The trends identification method is based on a mixed-method-design consisting of qualitative and quantitative research approaches.

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The Big Policy Canvas Knowledge Base is a state-of-the-art, online, dynamic repository, intended to act as the placeholder for the knowledge to be produced during and beyond the Big Policy Canvas project, structured along three dimensions, Needs, Trends and Assets.
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