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Your logohereThe contents reflect the authors views. The Managing Authority is not liable for any use that may be made of ...
Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProject proposal practi...
Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProject proposal practi...
Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProposed practices by G...
Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProposed practices by G...
Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmePolicy Initiatives - Co...
Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeThank you for your atte...
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  1. 1. Your logohereThe contents reflect the authors views. The Managing Authority is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained thereinThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and made possible by theINTERREG IVC programmePolicy Initiatives and Action Plansrelevant to ICT ApplicationsKonstantinos J. Strataridakis, PhDICT DirectorDecentralized Administration of Crete
  2. 2. Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProject proposal practices by Governments andLocal Authority Policy Makers (1)• Review and study the existing situation in a specific sector (i.e.,environment and tourism).• Review the existing state-of-the-art ICT technology and check forany alternative solutions to tackle the problem, including theirimplementation feasibility.• Explore the current and short-term funding possibilities (own funds,ROP, OPs, EC programs, PPIs, etc.)– This is not always possible due to the “up to bottom” approach• Politically plan and publicly consult (open consultation procedures,public opinion polls e.tc.) for worldwide readily available solutions.– Difficult (some times there is a conflict between political planning and publicopinion result).– Not enough time to act in order to take advantage of the available funding (in the“up to bottom” case).2
  3. 3. Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProject proposal practices by Governments andLocal Authority Policy Makers (2)• Propose ICT applications as tools for various applications (i.e., forthe protection and preservation of the environment, promotion ofcultural heritage and tourism e.tc.).– There is a danger that not all relevant stakeholders would be involved and/or willparticipate in using the projects’ outcomes.– Generally, the project’s result (i.e., ICT tool) becomes inactive (not usable oroperating) after the funding termination.3
  4. 4. Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProposed practices by Governments andLocal Authority Policy Makers (1)• Collect as many existing data as possible (i.e., studies, reviews,cartographic data, relevant bibliography and research) and digitizethem.• Make them available as “open data” (i.e., HOMER - MED strategicproject).• Without any further delay form a cluster in the relevant sector (i.e.,tourism) giving the opportunity to any relevant stakeholder toparticipate (i.e., Public and Local Authorities, Educational andResearch entities, Chambers of Commerce, SMEs and Associationse.tc.).• Open readily available proposals to public consultation (opinion pollse.tc.).4
  5. 5. Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeProposed practices by Governments andLocal Authority Policy Makers (2)• Use any political support (hopefully strong) to promote the proposedproject-solutions towards the decision makers (i.e., OperationalProgram Managing Authorities e.tc.).– “Bottom-up” approach.– Greater possibility to succeed the project’s implementation and its subsequentoperation (use of the project’s results) beyond the program funding period.5
  6. 6. Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmePolicy Initiatives - Conclusions• Clustering will give the greatest possibility to the policy makers tochoose the best (state- of-the-art and inexpensive) readily availabletechnology and services (i.e., GPS, smart phones, tablets, 3G,GPRS, broadband wi-fi e.tc.) and to launch “technically correct” andmore “democratic” calls for funding (beneficiaries are the citizens,SME’s, local Authorities e.tc.).• DANTE project gives us all an opportunity to promote this idea!6
  7. 7. Your logohereThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programmeThank you for your attention!k.strataridakis@apdkritis.gov.gr7

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