The Clarity Sprint Week will bring eGovernment stakeholders from Sweden, Spain and the Netherlands together to not only talk about, but actually build relevant testable pilot designs in a so-called ‘development sprint’.
In the Clarity program, relevant (e)Government services are researched and explored. However, in order to create real impact, the Clarity Sprint Week gives the opportunity for participating partners to start solving real government problems. Sprint weeks are organized to create fast and meaningful results. By building applications together with policy makers and designers, the process of problem defining and solving is accelerated significantly.
The event will showcase the power of innovative and agile working methods. In this week, developers, designers and government officials are invited to collaborate to create new solutions to real government issues. The participating government organizations will identify different challenges for the developer teams. These teams will build testable and workable process designs during the sprint. These designs will result in blueprints for pilots and will also be the first building blocks for new solutions in the domain of eDemocracy.
The event starts December 7th and ends December 9th with a public event. The Sprint Week is open on invitation by the international partners.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 693881.