Stakeholder Community for Once-Only Principle: Reducing Admninistrative Burden for Citizens
|Topic||Co-Creation-05-2016: “Co-creation between public administrations: once-only principle”|
|Reference||Grant Agreement No. 737492|
|Duration||November 2016 – October 2018 (24 months)|
SCOOP4C aims to investigate, discuss, and disseminate how co-creation and co-production in public service provisioning for citizens can be achieved by implementing the once-only principle. The specific objectives are: i) to build up and sustain a stakeholder community that will discuss and share experiences of once-only principle for citizens, and bring forward issues of concern as well as key enablers for implementations; ii) to identify, collect and share existing good practices across Europe and to establish a body of knowledge about the cases, including getting an understanding of currently existing concepts, approaches and solutions; iii) to develop a tangible roadmap of future areas of actions to implement, diffuse and sustain concepts and implementations of once-only solutions for citizens; iv) to discuss challenges, needs and benefits of widely implementing and diffusing OOP in co-creation and co-production contexts involving citizens and governments as data producers and data consumers; v) to draw conclusions from comparing existing best practices with needs and challenges, including policy recommendations towards a necessary paradigm change in the public sector and of the citizens; and vi) to identify relevant stakeholders and to develop a strategic stakeholder engagement plan to ensure sustainable implementations of the once-only principle with a large engagement of stakeholders in various public service provisioning contexts.
Maggioli is a full member of the SCOO4C community, and actively participate in the discussions of the expert panel to jointly advance the implementation of OOP4C across Europe and to establish a body of knowledge about the best practices, including getting an understanding of currently existing concepts, approaches and solutions.