Beyond Prizes: How and Why Some SMEs Benefit From Participating in Open Innovation Contests

Beyond Prizes: How and Why Some SMEs Benefit From Participating in Open Innovation Contests

By • on July 21, 2020

The ProQuest website posted a study which noted that large enterprises and government agencies are increasingly collaborating with entrepreneurs and innovative small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to solve complex challenges. One of the key approaches to collaboration is to organize an open innovation contest (OIC). Researchers have studied OICs

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Census Open Innovation Labs is Hiring for a Full-Stack Engineer

Census Open Innovation Labs is Hiring for a Full-Stack Engineer

By • on September 6, 2019

The Technical.ly website reported that The U.S. Census Bureau’s “startup-like team” specifically focuses on open innovation government projects. Census Open Innovation Labs (COIL) at the U.S. Census Bureau is hiring a full-stack engineer. COIL is comprised of a “startup-like team”

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Creating a World Class Innovation Infrastructure

Creating a World Class Innovation Infrastructure

By • on January 17, 2018

The IAM magazine website posted an article which noted that the presence of academic and government entities among the alumni of top innovators confirms the role government can play in encouraging innovation, as well as the longer-term potential for corporations and academia to collaborate in bringing

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Using Open Data to Boost Public Sector Innovation

Using Open Data to Boost Public Sector Innovation

By • on August 1, 2017

The Diginomica website noted that the clamor for digital transformation means executives in both the public and private sectors are encouraged to use creative methods, such as hackathons and cross-organization partnerships, to foster innovation. The city of Camden recently launched an open data challenge

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Art of the Innovation Challenge

Art of the Innovation Challenge

By • on January 13, 2017

The Fedscoop website announced that since the General Services Administration launched Challenge.gov in 2010, the agency has recorded 742 innovation challenges hosted by federal agencies, offices and departments. Now, Challenge.gov is releasing a Challenges and Prizes Toolkit that offers federal agencies

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Harnessing the Power of Open Innovation

Harnessing the Power of Open Innovation

By • on January 2, 2017

The ATD website reported that a new General Accountability Office report has found that open innovation—the practice of using external ideas and people to make positive change in an organization—is making inroads in the federal government.

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How Can the Federal Government Better Engage Citizens?

How Can the Federal Government Better Engage Citizens?

By • on October 23, 2016

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) website noted that federal agencies are using “open innovation” tools to leverage the knowledge and skills of people outside government. Using dedicated websites and in-person outreach, agencies have worked with the public to rebuild communities

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Prize Competitions Help Agencies Innovate

Prize Competitions Help Agencies Innovate

By • on August 24, 2016

The Meritalk website reported that the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) has released a report that shows that public sector prize competitions for innovative technology in the 2015 fiscal year have increased in capability and impact. “Over the past 7 years, the Obama Administration

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DARPA: A Case Study in Open Innovation

DARPA: A Case Study in Open Innovation

By • on August 8, 2016

The Digitalgov website reported that a number of ingredients help DARPA come up with and execute good ideas. And the agency often gets ideas from building communities of practice in specific areas, often spurred on by open competition and collaboration. DARPA has listed several challenge competitions

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Open Innovation in Science

Open Innovation in Science

By • on December 29, 2015

The LGB website reported that in an Open Innovation project unique to Europe, dubbed “Tell us!”, the Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft has brought patients, family members and healthcare professionals into the effort of generating research questions. Austrian State Secretary in the Federal Ministry

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