Powering European Public Sector Innovation: Towards A New Architecture

16 de setembro de 2015
 |  Coordenação Sustentação DEIOP

Em 2013, a Comissão Européia publicou um relatório intitulado “Powering European Public Sector Innovation: Towards A New Architecture“.
Tal relatório foi elaborado por um grupo de especialistas em inovação e traz informações sobre a importância e a contextualização da inovação para o setor público, bem como apresenta um conjunto de nove recomendações para a estruturação de uma nova arquitetura da inovação para o setor público na Europa, conforme a seguir.
“The first group of recommendations
points the way to an improved management and ownership of innovation processes
(Leading Innovation):
1. Establish a programme to empower and
network innovative public leaders through ‘deep-dive innovation’
workshops. These would initially focus on around 50,000 key actors in European public
services improving their understanding of different innovation approaches,
techniques and tools.
2. Establish a ‘Right to Challenge’
mechanism, whereby public organizations, local governments and even Member
States could apply for an exemption from an existing rule or regulation. To be
granted this right, applicants have to show how they would be better able to
innovate to deliver improved public outcomes with this ‘Right to Challenge’.
3. Establish an EU Innovation Lab
inside the European Commission to support, facilitate and foster more innovation
in the work of the Commission Services. It will also provide legitimacy and
coordination to the initiatives proposed by this report and will directly support the
cross-cutting Innovation Mainstreaming Programme recommendation.
The second group of recommendations
addresses the practical empowerment of
innovation actors (Enabling
Innovation
):
4. Establish a network of Innovation
Single Contact Points (iSCP) in all Member States, which will provide public
sector organisations with fast, practical and low-cost assistance in the development
of new solutions through a peer-led process.
5. Establish an instrument to
coordinate the offer of technical assistance to particular Member States in replicating
existing innovations. This will support the creation of ad-hoc EU Innovation
Delivery Teams run by external management officials who have overseen similar
solutions in their home environment.
6. Establish an Accelerator for Digital
Innovation in public services by identifying agencies across Member
States that have a radical transformative potential to act as pilots and
supporting their full digitisation through technology investments.
7. Establish a Public Sector Angel Fund
to enable and encourage more experimentation and innovation
activities in the public sector by providing easyand fast access to small-scale funding
for trying out more risky solutions to problems.
A third group of recommendations seek
to increase the knowledge base and provide clear benchmarks that will incentivise
further innovation (Informing Innovation):
8. Establish a Dynamic Innovation
Toolbox targeted at public managers, which will include a coherent set of tools
focusing on collaborative innovation processes, building on a diagnostic of
needs and including methodologies in human centred design and co-creation;
and a comprehensive repository of innovative public policy and service
approaches.
9. Establish a European Citizens’
Scoreboard for public services, thereby providing benchmarks which would allow
performance measurements and comparisons, with the objective to
generate information for evidence-based decision-making.”

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