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Showcasing and Rewarding European Public Excellence © Opening up the Public Sector through Collaborative Governance Tore Chr. Malterud
© Some statistics 115 applications 8 evaluators 26 countries 3 evaluators per application
© The EPSA Theme II was looking for showcase projects that attempt to adapt private sector models of consumer (citizens) involvement in policy planning, decision making and delivery, but which also build further on the concepts of open government and active citizenship, ultimately allowing citizens to engage in the planning and delivery of public services.
© The Involvement Staircase
© The nominees all showed..... A willingness to open up the different phases and processes to civil society A link between objectives and results, including measurement An assessment against alternatives for collaborative governance
© Final Nominees: Theme 2 Theme 2: Opening Up the Public Sector through Collaborative Governance (5) EPSA The City of Barcelonas Food Markets Remodelling Process (Spain) EPSA Show Colours for Münster (Germany) EPSA Civil Society Involvement in the Welcoming and Integration of Immigrants – The Case of Portugal EPSA Introduction of an Interactive Search, Allocation and Administrative Procedure for Child Care Services (City of Heidenau, Germany) EPSA Mijn Borne 2030 – Joint vision (Netherlands)
Showcasing and Rewarding European Public Excellence © EPSA 2011 Info Breakfast in Austria Alexander Heichlinger EIPA Expert & Manager European.
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