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In the course of our primary research activities, interviews were conducted with representatives of public administrations, private sector and science on the three core components of the BPC-project – namely the needs of public administration as well as trends an

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We have taken another step towards the project goals! At the end of March, the deliverable regarding public administrations´ needs and trends has been finished.

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The BPC Experts Kick-off Meeting took place last Tuesday 22nd March! Find out more…
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Big Policy Canvas at the European Big Data Value Forum
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