The International Hellenic University (IHU) as a sub-contractor of ICON-INSTITUT Public Sector Gmbh undertook the project "Feasibility Studies and Comparative Analyses" for the implementation of two specific tasks:
The project was part of ICON’s “Framework contract on Methodology (ESTAT.B1)”, under the supervision of DIGIT IT and funded by the European Commission, Eurostat.
For a completely working Digital Single Market, effectively enabling the cross-border exercise by citizens and businesses of their Single Market rights, Member States must address several challenges on delivering better services.
DE4A is a Member State-driven pilot, aligned with strategic eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and European Interoperability Framework Implementation Strategy and with full regulatory compliance, establishing a culture of co-creation, transparency, accountability and trustworthiness. Its goal is facilitating migration towards European Digital Public Services co-delivered across borders, across sectors and with different participants, reinforcing trust in public institution, and unleashing multiple measurable positive impacts on efficiency gains and reduction of administrative burden and costs.
Misinformation generates misperceptions, which have affected policies in many domains, including economy, health, environment, and foreign policy. Co-Inform is about empowering citizens, journalists, and policymakers with co-created socio-technical solutions, to increase resilience to misinformation, and to generate more informed behaviors and policies.
The rapid expansion of social media has significantly differentiated how users interact with the Internet, particularly in terms of communication, entertainment and information. In this context, crowdsourcing technologies have found fertile ground. The term crowdsourcing refers to mechanisms for creating services and content by aggregating individual contributions from a large user population.
The International Hellenic University (IHU) will support Fraunhofer FIT in the establishment of a new department called "Knowledge Pipelines". Amongst others, this new department will create the basis for industry and government projects to benefit from the integration of Fraunhofer—owned as well as third parties technologies. IHU will explicitly elaborate a study/concept for the establishment and operation of a Fraunhofer FIT Group: "Open Gov~ ernment and Public Sector Innovation". The group is intended to work, amongst others, in the area of open and linked data, semantic web methods and standards.
his project is undertaken with the view to standardize process descriptions in the Greek Public Sector according to Core Public Service Vocabulary Application Profile (CPSV-AP) .
This project is undertaken with the view to standardize process descriptions in the Greek Public Sector according to Core Public Service Vocabulary Application Profile (CPSV-AP) . This EU standard facilitates semantic coherence among processes (i.e. services) offered within the EU for EU major stakeholders like citizens, Public Administrations/Agencies, Businesses/companies etc.