• Design of an Impact Monitoring Framework to monitor the impact of the open data portal and the implementation of the National Open Government Data strategy. Client: Swiss Federal Administration Schweizerische Bundesverwaltung (Bern, Schweiz). Links: impact framework (forthcoming), news, OGD strategy. 2014/2015.
  • Interviews and case studies of Boston, Philadelphia, and Mexico City on civic innovation labs and related best practices. Client: Code for America/Code for Germany. Links: (forthcoming). 2014.
  • Design of a full fledged week-long course for Open Data Managers in public administrations, still offered by OKF UK. Client: Open Knowledge Foundation UK. Links: OKF, course page. 2013. — DSC bietet auch Kurse in Deutschland an, kontaktieren Sie uns!
  • Initiation, planning and implementation of the first open government/open data initiative by a German city called “MOGDy”. Client: City of Munich. Links: final report, results of participation phase (150 ideas by citizens), IT blog of Munich (started as part of MOGDy project), whatsleft. Awards: German eGovernment Award (3rd), EPSA Best Practice Award. 2010-2012. Diploma thesis: Julia Tenzer, Verwaltungsöffnung durch digitale
    Bürgerpartizipation am Beispiel des MOGDy-Projektes, FH für öffentliche Verwaltung und Rechtspflege in Bayern, Diplomarbeit. 2012. source link, local PDF
  • Own interdisciplinary lecture on “Digital Sustainability in the Knowledge Society”. “Client”: Swiss Federal Institute of Technolog in Zurich, Switzerland. Yearly since 2004. Once as guest lecture at Technical University Munich, Chair Prof. Krcmar, in 2012. Links: syllabus at ETHZ.

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