Scaling out reflects the public authority’s capacity to replicate and transfer innovation, becoming a driver to the adoption/replication/exportation of innovative solutions and services by/in/to other public organisations, either in case such solutions have been entirely and autonomously developed, or in case they are the result of a process of continuous improvement. In this respect, specific and dedicated experiences of sharing and collaborative networks play a crucial role, allowing public authorities to access a large variety of services and related solutions opportunities. The dimension of Scaling out is also related to the ability of the public authority to effectively and actively support and incentivise data re-use, going beyond the exploitation within the public organisation. This can occur at multiple levels by defining selected partnerships with other public or private stakeholders.
Theme(s): Governance - Governance