Notice for Experts for design and roll-out of the Zero Open Data guidelines
ReSPA established the network on eGovernment in 2011, nowadays called eGovernment Working Group. It is composed of senior professionals, decision makers and expert practitioners who can support regional cooperation by deploying on eGoverment to build trust and collaboration across governments and with end users as well as support to improving collaboration across government institutions. ReSPA gave priority to the process of transition of its beneficiaries from Information Society to eGovernment, and is still working in this area in order to support their transition to Digital Society. in 2015 ReSPA has supported E- to Open Government - Regional Comparative Study (https://www.respaweb.eu/11/library#respa-publications-2017-7) focusing in particular on open data and cloud computing and providing set of both regional and country specific recommendations.
During 2017 e-Participation Roadmap was developed for each participating country (in-depth self and external evaluation). The assignment included Providing expertise and consulting on e-Participation introduction (guidelines, standards and roadmap), e-Participation education (training, study visits, case studies), and e-Participation promotion (conferences and workshops). a unique, thorough and systematic country specific in-sight into e-Participation developments, achievements, challenges and opportunities, as well as an excellent opportunity for peer learning. The guideline is a well proportionate mixture of self- and external-evaluation, developed in continuous consultation and active involvement of all ReSPA beneficiary countries. It was promoted at the Open Data – OGP ReSPA Conference in Brussels in 2017 https://www.respaweb.eu/11/library#respa-publications-2018-7.
Finally, latest consultative process with eGovernment Working group members reconfirmed that open data remained as one of the regional priorities and even though most of the Western Balkan countries progressed in related area, the support is still needed.
Please find attached the Procurement notice including Terms of Reference for the following assignments:
- 19006 Senior eGovernment Expert (the application should contain in the e-mail title of the following reference: 19006 Senior eGovernment Expert - Design and roll-out of the Zero Open Data guidelines)
- 19006 Regional eGovernment Expert (the application should contain in the e-mail title of the following reference: 19006 Regional eGovernment Expert - Design and roll-out of the Zero Open Data guidelines)
The required documentation should be submitted in electronic format by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org by 28 October 2019(which is extended deadline) before 5 PM CET. Late submissions will not be considered for evaluation.
- Procurement Notice Senior eGovernment Expert_Zero Open data Guideline
- Procurement NoticeToR-Regional eGovernment Expert_Zero Open data Guideline