Thursday, 13 December 2018
For more than two decades, digital technology has driven public transformation – offering administrations a way to provide better, more tailored services and providing those governments with the tools to deliver those better services more efficiently as well. These days, the tables are turning. Now, digital technology is giving citizens themselves a greater say in shaping the services public administration can offer, allowing citizens themselves to “co-create” a new generation of enhanced services and greatly contributing to the level of citizen agency in its relationship to the state.
At this cutting-edge webinar, top policymakers, researchers, theorists, management consultants, think tankers and other leading members of the Understanding Value Co-Creation in Public Services for Transforming European Public Administrations (Co-VAL) consortium examine the burgeoning movement towards “co-creation” in public services. How far has the movement come and how quickly has it taken hold? This first-of-its-kind webinar will take place on Thursday, 13 December 2018 from 11h00 to 12h00 CET under the theme “Government Transformation: How Co-Creation Will Shape the Future of Value Creation in the Public Sector.”
Leading experts will analyse recent experience and share forthcoming milestones, including case studies from five leading countries (Belgium, Denmark, France, Italy and Spain). In addition, Miguel Alvarez Rodriguez, programme manager for interoperability, directorate-general for informatics, European Commission, will present Tenth Anniversary Factsheets Report, a new European Commission report, which assesses the evolution of e-government practices at European Union member-state level over the last decade.
Introductory Remarks and Special Presentation:
- Miguel Alvarez Rodriguez, programme manager for interoperability, directorate-general for informatics, European Commission
- Belgium: Stéphanie Lepczynski, senior director, the Lisbon Council
- France: Christine Liefooghe, associate professor, economic geography, urban planning and regional development, University of Lille
- Italy: Francesco Mureddu, associate director, the Lisbon Council
- Spain: Luis Rubalcaba, professor, economic policy, department of economics and business administration, University of Alcalá
- Denmark: Ada Scupola, senior associate professor, department for communication, business and information technologies, Roskilde University
- David Osimo, director of research, the Lisbon Council
Only registered participants will have access to the webinar. Register Here