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From: Patrick SCHOULLER 
Subject: Programme CIP TIC lancement de l'apprel 3 bis sur la
  e-participation

Madame, monsieur

Dans le cadre du programme CIP et plus particulièrement de sa thématique TIC,
un appel supplémentaire 3 bis vient d'être publié au journal officiel du 5
juin


Pour cela le programme de travail 2009 ( dont l'appel 3 qui vient de se
terminer au 1 JUIN) a été amendé pour tenir compte de cette nouvelle rubrique.
le thème 3.5 sur la e-partiicpation dont le but est de responsabiliser et
impliquer les citoyens dans la transparence du processus décisionnel de l’UE


Date d'ouverture : le 5 juin
date de cloture : le 23 septembre
Budget prévisionnel 7 M€

Une journée publique d'information sera organisée le 1 juillet à Bruxelles

Vous trouverez des informations sur le site

http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/index_en.htm

mais aussi sur
www.telecom.gouv.fr

Le texte ajouté est

Objective 3.5: e-Participation - empower and involve citizens in transparent
decisionmaking in the EU20

Funding Instrument: Pilot Type B – It is intended to support several pilot
actions for up to 
7 M€ of EU contribution.

Focus and outcomes

The overall aim is to address with ICT based solutions today's challenges in
policy making.

These include: fighting the perceived democratic deficit, which requires a new
relationship between politicians and citizens, and which is particularly
challenging at EU level; reconnecting citizens with politics and policy-making
and sustaining citizens’ involvement; reducing the complexity of
decision-making and legislation processes within the EU.

It is intended to support several pilots, each focusing on at least one of the
following goals:
- Enabling transparent decision and policy making by supporting the
drafting of
legislative texts for politicians and decision-makers. The piloted solutions
should help improve the clarity and understanding of legislative texts and
content for non-specialists and in a multi-lingual environment, thus
facilitating citizens' participation in the process.
- Enhancing the direct participation of citizens and civil society in the
decision-making process itself, and improving the access to relevant content
and available options, thus enabling them to interact with decision-makers in
real time and with concrete contributions.
- Involving citizens in the policy-making process by enhancing social
networking capacities, using new intermediation models, creating collaborative
input to policymaking (e.g. data gathering, sharing collective knowledge,
Web2.0 technologies) thus enabling the provision of policy-making related
services by citizens.

Conditions and characteristics
- The solutions proposed should clearly address an EU legislative, policy or
decisionmaking process and contribute to improving the process concerned
and to
increasing the participation of the public. Attention should be given to
solutions which are easy to use and understand by citizens (rather than
e.g. by
ICT and other experts).
- The pilot should involve a significant number of citizens from several EU
Member States. The needs of decision-makers and citizens should be taken into
account from a very early stage of the pilot.
- The ICT solutions should enable a wider group of people to voice their
opinions, provide input and get involved in politics. All projects will
contribute to improving the usability of web-based and other ICT tools in the
field. Accessibility21, multi-lingual and multi-cultural issues need to be
taken
into account as well as adapting the tool to be used by people who may have
only limited knowledge of the subject area and low level IT skills.
- Proposals should demonstrate a clear understanding and definition of the
institutional environment concerned and the civil society actors involved. The
pilots must include and mobilise all relevant actors involved, including
decision-makers, citizens, civil society groups and the private sector.
- Along with the technical pilot phase, the pilots will also have to identify
and develop sustainable business models that would grant financial
self-sustainability to the proposed strategy in the long term.
- The pilots will also have to address legal, administrative and protocol
issues
related to the real working and operational conditions.
- The pilots will have to produce an appropriate evaluation framework so as to
allow service impact assessment and, in parallel, provide an analysis of the
proposed solution in terms of the costs and benefits of implementation.
- The pilots should exploit the experience of other Commission-funded
programmes
or applications, in particular projects financed under the eParticipation
Preparatory Action20.
- The proposals should provide an effective dissemination plan, especially in
terms of the impact at European level, including networking and ways to
attract
a wider audience to participate. The pilots should also provide training
material and modules, and operational manuals so as to guarantee better
acceptance and adoption of the proposed solutions.

Expected impact
- High level of maturity in the use of ICTs in transparent, participatory and
accountable decision-making.
- Demonstrated improvements in policy and decision-making
- Enhanced citizens' capacity to participate in EU policy and decision-making
through wide scale collaboration across the EU


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Patrick SCHOULLER
Ministère de l'Economie de l'Industrie et de l'Emploi
DGCIS - STIC
Représentant national "Programmes européens dédiés à la société de
l'information"
www.telecom.gouv.fr

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