INTERLINK aims to overcome the barriers preventing administrations to reuse and share services with private partners (including citizens) by developing a novel collaborative governance model that merges the enthusiasm and flexibility of grassroot initiatives with the legitimacy and accountability granted by top-down e-government frameworks. To enable this, INTERLINK will provide a set of digital building blocks, called “Interlinkers”, that implement the defined governance model and standardize the basic functionalities needed to enable private actors to co-operate in the delivery of a service.
The INTERLINK multidisciplinary consortium will deliver the new governance model and Interlinkers within a technological framework and operational platform based on an open software system leveraging on mobile communications, facilitating the co-production of services between PAs and private stakeholders. The solution will be customised, deployed and evaluated on three use-cases. Lessons learned in the three use-cases will be generalized to deliver a re- usable solution across Europe.
TREE in the project leads the integration of the platform and its different components to later run the pilots in 3 countries (Spain, Italy and Latvia).
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 959201.
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