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Projects funded by Providers as Part of the State Budget of the Czech Republic

1.       New challenges of e-Government in the European context for increasing the competitiveness of the Czech Republic

2.       Czech European policy in connection with the presidency of the Council of the EU in 2022: preparation, key agendas, their promotion and communication, including subsequent evaluation

Projects funded by providers such as the Czech Science Foundation (GACR), Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TACR) or the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MSMT) that have their own budget section in the state budget. Other providers include, for example, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Culture, or regional authorities. These are projects where the proposer (typically the Czech Science Foundation) sets the objective and methods, or more frequently, projects where the provider defines the objectives

New challenges of e-Government in the European context for increasing the competitiveness of the Czech Republic

Project identification:

TACR ETA (TL01000147)

Investigator: prof. Ing. Jiří Strouhal, Ph.D.

Number of investigators (ŠAVŠ, external): 6, 0

Project budget (2018 - 2021): CZK 5,305,621

Project description:

The Strategic Framework “Czech Republic 2030” clearly highlights the necessity of being prepared for digitalisation of local economy as it brings both numerous advantages but also threats. The aim of the project is to provide the government of the Czech Republic with an effective roadmap for implementation of e-Governance within local conditions so that both threats and suitable methodological processes would be identified. The application guarantors of the project are the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic and the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic, who have a principal interest in advancing state administration (e-Governance) in line with other EU member states.

Project website: https://www.egov-czech.eu/

Project no. TL01000147 “New challenges of e-Government in the European context for increasing the competitiveness of the Czech Republic” is co-financed by state funds from the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic within the Programme ÉTA.

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 Czech European policy in connection with the presidency of the Council of the EU in 2022:preparation, key agendas, their promotion and communication, including subsequent evaluation

Project identification:

TA ČR Beta 2 (TIRDUVCR932)

Consortium: VŠE, ŠAVŠ, VŠB-TUO, Median s.r.o.

Research Period: 2020-2022

Investigators:

prof. Ing. Stanislav Šaroch, Ph.D.

doc. JUDr. Václav Šmejkal, Ph.D.

Department of Law and Economics

Final user of the results: Office of the Government of the Czech Republic

Project description:

The project deals with the management of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU in 2022 (CZ PRES 2022), incl. content and communication. The aim of the project is to contribute to increasing the effectiveness of the Czech coordination mechanism, in particular through comparisons with other EU countries that have either successfully passed the presidency or are preparing for it. In terms of content, the project will focus on the work and program of the presidential TRIA (FR - CZ - SE), as well as on the factual assumptions for the Czech Republic 's own priorities. In terms of thematic priorities, the main areas of research will include support for convergence, competitiveness development, the digital agenda, Industry 4.0 and Society 4.0, and climate policy in the context of ongoing or forthcoming legislative and non-legislative initiatives of the European Commission.

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