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 (OOP). 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 (OOP4C), and bring forward issues of concern as well as key enablers for OOP4C implementations; ii) to identify, collect and share existing good practices of OOP4C implementations 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 the 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, to build up trust on data shared among governments, while no longer bothering citizens to repeatedly provide the same data in public service provisioning; 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 co-creative and co-productive 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.