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EUGAGER is a project proposal submitted to the EU in response to the ICT Call 4 under the
7th Framework Programme in April 2009. It proposed the research, design and prototype
implementation of a web-based, secure and free/open source software platform for
e-Governance and e-Participation tools. In particular, the core system would support the
connection of external e-Government and e-Participation web applications, possibly running
on different machines, and an Open API for security, authentication and data exchange
between applications.

The EUGAGER architecture would enable project stakeholders (Governments, SMEs, Non-Profit
Organizations and existing Free/Open Source Communities) to evolve the platform by creating
new applications (with different levels of user authentication requirements) and complete the
digital ecosystem for Citizen Engagement.

* Read the submitted EU Project Proposal on how to create a Social Networking platform for
e-Governance and e-Participation and engage citizens all around Europe;
* Task list, workplan, deliverables, milestones and gantt-chart included!;
* Learn why the European Union should adopt a common platform with social networking
capabilities to deploy e-Gov applications and engage citizens in political activism;
* Read the project’s final evaluation issued by the European Commission, discover what's
next, and what you can do to make it real.

Coordinated and adapted by
Giovani Spagnolo
Pietro Speroni di Fenizio

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