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N. Routzouni, A. Deligiannis, S. Gritzalis, A Generalized co-evaluation Model of Public Policies, MCIS 2019 13th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, M. Ferrara et al., (eds), Sep, 2019, Naples, Italy, Springer Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organizations, http://www.itais.org/conference/201...
 

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Formulating government policies involves a wide network of stakeholders and policymakers and nu-merous techniques and strategies. Moving from policy formulation to policy evaluation, a key chal-lenge is to enable the effective involvement of this network in the evaluation activities that aim to ex-amine the implementation and impact of a public policy. This paper studies the process of evaluating the quality of policy formulation and the effectiveness of its implementation introduced by the Open Government Partnership, a global open government initiative, and illustrates related aspects and challenges. Building on this study, the paper proposes a generalised open and inclusive evaluation model that may be applied for assessing the effectiveness of public policy development and implemen-tation. Although based on the domain of open government, the proposed co-evaluation model may be of wide applicability to other public policy domains thus supporting the new role of government ‘as a platform’.

N. Routzouni, A. Deligiannis, V. Peristeras, S. Gritzalis, An intercountry survey of participatory practices used for Open Government Partnership National Action Plan development, EGOV-CeDEM-ePart 2019, M. Janssen et al., (eds), pp. 82-93, Sep, 2019, San Benedetto del Tronto by the University of Camerino, Springer LNCS Lecture Notes in Computer Science, http://dgsoc.org/egov-2019/
 

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This paper maps the participatory process applied during the development of open government commitments by twenty-nine Open Government Partnership countries. It investigates the role and perceived value of e-participation practices and their relationship to inclusive interaction with stakeholders. The insights of the paper on the perceived value of the tools and methods used and the main impediments to the open government commitment creation process may help governments more effectively design their public participation efforts and increase the level of civic engagement in policy making. Although the results of this analysis derive from activities related to open government reforms, they may also be applicable to introducing participatory public policy formulation approaches in a broader range of policy domains

N. Routzouni, S. Gritzalis, The Civil Society as an Innovation Partner in public policy making: Co-creating the Greek National Action Plan on Open Government, MCIS 2018 12th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, P. Kourouthanassis et al., (eds), Sep, 2018, Corfu, Greece, AIS, http://www.mcis2018.eu/
 

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Formulating governmental policies for the wider public cannot be an internal process. Embedding openness and participation principles in the policy formulation process can lead to initiatives that respond to the real needs and address the real challenges in a policy domain. This paper presents an overview of participation approaches in policy formulation and analyses the structured co-creation process applied by the Greek government to develop the National Action Plan on Open Government. The analysis of the bottom-up participatory approach reveals new insights into the new role of government ‘as a platform’ towards the development and evolution of Government 3.0. The new communication channels, innovative collaboration procedures and digital tools that enabled the active participation of the relevant actors in the policy formulation process suggest a co-creation approach which can be of wide applicability to other policy domains. The paper also addresses the important but under-estimated challenge of actively involving the relevant actors in the implementation of a co-created public policy. The analysis suggests an approach according to which civil society organizations are effectively engaged in the full life cycle of a public policy and take an active role within its implementation.

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