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  • Última actualização: 19 julho 2019

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Práticas de Governo Aberto nos Estados-Membros da União Europeia

EU graph open govO estudo Towards faster implementation and uptake of open government, agora publicado pela Comissão Europeia, apresenta exemplos inspiradores de governo aberto na Europa e chama a atenção para a importância do governo aberto no aumento da transparência e da participação dos cidadãos nas políticas públicas.

 ABSTRACT
This study was aimed at supporting the European Commission in the development of the new dynamically evolving eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 and how to make it more open and involve citizens in its development. The study consists of four major parts:

A study describing the current landscape of existing open government initiatives. This included defining ‘open government’, collecting existing open government practices and identifying existing digital enablers, drivers and barriers of open government;
A report with recommendations on the effective policy mix on how to increase the uptake of open government practices across Europe. We described the recommendations and structured them around several high-level policy objectives;
A report with a methodology for the Action Plan that will be supported through the stakeholder consultation platform Futurium-eGovernment4EU. The methodology covers the process from submitting needs by citizens to eventually implementing the actions in different Member States and monitoring their progress; 
A report on designing a stakeholder engagement and communication plan which describes how to inform the different stakeholders and to create awareness in order to attract stakeholders to Futurium. Furthermore, it also describes on who to focus the communication in the different Member States.