I was originally brought in to help the EC's Joint Research Centre better understand how online communities could support the Knowledge and Competence Centres it was building to bridge the gap between scientific evidence and EU policy.
The project evolved, and I ended up developing the information architecture and user requirements, coordinating the technical build and developing an internal community of practice amongst the various scientific publishing teams.
The resulting Knowledge4Policy platform for evidence-based policymaking went live in Beta mode in May 2018 and has continued evolving and growing ever since. Its online architecture integrates advanced knowledge management and internal and external Communities of Interest. These communities will allow the DG to capture knowledge from specialists across Europe, engage them in policy and programme dialogues, and disseminate the EC’s own knowledge.
The new architecture needed also to take into account the EC’s overall digital transformation project, and the EC’s changing technical environment.
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