To solve the identified concrete sub-task of the policy-making process, a couple of solutions can be aligned. On this page we provide an overview of available solutions that can, but of course must not, be used. In any way the policy makers have to decide, which solutions are beneficial for the creation of a policy and therefore should be used.



This solution allignment on policy-making process was published in:

Burkhardt, Dirk; Nazemi, Kawa; Sonntagbauer, Peter; Sonntagbauer, Susanne; Kohlhammer, Jörn:
Interactive Visualizations in the Process of Policy Modeling. In: Proceedings of IFIP eGov 2013: Joint Proceedings of Ongoing Research of IFIP EGOV and IFIP ePart 2013 (LNI 221), Köllen Druck+Verlag GmbH, Bonn, Germany, pp. 104-115, 2013.

Dirk Burkhardt, Kawa Nazemi, Peter Sonntagbauer, Susanne Sonntagbauer (Eds.):
Deliverable 2.19 ‐ Policy Design Process and FUPOL Component Integration, Public Report (Deliverable) of the FUPOL Project, 2012.

Objective Problem Identification Subjective Problem Identification Objective Validation Subjective Validation Definitions of Values and Goals Collection of Evidence and Knowledge from Range of Sources Collection of Opinions from Stakeholders Development of a Range of Options Simulation of Developed Options Analysis of Options Discussions and Debates Summarisation of Debates Weighing of Policy Options in the Political Context Draft Proposal for Ratification based on Policy Options Policy Implementation Tasks Forecast Simulation Key-Indicators Monitoring Administrative and Judical Evaluation Impact Evaluation Unified and Integrated User-Interface Policy Indicator Dashboard Social Network Aggregation and Single Window Display Hot Topic Sensing & Topic Summarization Knowledge Database and Visualization Visual Social Data Analysis Visualization of Statistical Data Simulation and Impact Visualization