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Member States, the Commission and other representative institutions such as parliaments should develop services that involve stakeholders in public debates and decision-making processes building on pilots and demonstration.

Indicator Status Evidence
Have you developed a service that involves stakeholders in public debates and decision-making? if yes. In which areas have you run a consultation? What is the highest number of participants you have had in an online consultation/debate in your policy area? Yes Italian administrations rely on public consultations within policy and decision- making processes more and more, both at national and sub national level. A few examples of the last months: the Ministry of Education, University and Research has just launched a public consultation to collect public opinion about the legal value of the degree (http://www.istruzione.it/web/ministero/consultazione-pubblica), the initiative “Burocrazia, diamoci un taglio” (Red tape, let’s cut it!) set out by the Ministry of PA is a permanent consultation for the simplifications of PA’s procedures (http://www.funzionepubblica.gov.it/lazione-del-ministro/le-proposte-dei-cittadini- diventano-legge/presentazione.aspx). Other examples: the second release of license for the Open Data (IODL 2.0) is the result of a public consultation (http://www.innovatoripa.it/groups/dati-aperti-open-data). Moreover, the former DigitPA (now AgID) has made a public consultation through its website, involving national stakeholders, on topics such as digital identity, continuity, digital signature, electronic document formation, system maintenance and documentary management flows.