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The Mohammed Bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation launches the "Government Labs" report. In-depth insights for governments that seek to develop their innovative capabilities and build a knowledge-based and sustainable economy. Experiments and models of 10 different innovative laboratories from 9 countries to enhance the readiness of governments for the future.
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The Mohammed bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation, through the "Ibtekr" knowledge platform, launched the "Government Labs" report, as part of the platform's initiatives aimed at spreading the culture of innovation and sharing innovative government experiences in various fields. The report reviews 10 various innovation laboratories from 9 countries, and focuses on the role of Innovation Labs as a tool to enable innovation in government.

The report focuses on the way government innovation laboratories work, the advantages of operating models, the achievements that can be achieved, and the latest global trends, by reviewing a set of case studies for laboratories around the world. and sustainable.

10 diverse innovation laboratories from 9 countries

The report reviews 10 innovation laboratories from 9 countries, namely Estonia, Belgium, Singapore, Indonesia, Canada, Portugal, Chile, the United States of America and the UAE, and studies them and sheds light on their mechanism of work with the aim of enhancing the sharing of ideas and experiences and continuing the continuous development processes in various fields. Innovation to improve policies and services based on entrepreneurship, promote solutions, and design more efficient and flexible business models to develop the innovative capabilities of governments.

The report highlights the "Accelerate Estonia" laboratory, which focuses on developing new markets with the support of the government, creating a suitable environment and exploring new opportunities for the private sector. reach the best results.

The report also reviews the mechanism of work of the "Innovation in Government Services Department in Singapore" laboratory, which combines the principles of design thinking, behavioral insights, organizational development, business process re-engineering, data analysis and scenario planning.

The report also deals with the Pulse Laboratory in Jakarta (Indonesia), whose experience is based on strengthening partnerships, developing innovative ways and methods of work, and supporting the implementation of policies and legislation through analysis of big data and artificial intelligence to achieve development. Data-based innovations and the development, design and testing of policies that are in the interest of community members based on scientific thinking.

The report deals with the "X in Portugal" laboratory, which focuses on simplifying government processes by enhancing the participation of community members to improve procedures and make them more useful and effective. Health, energy and other issues.

The report also reviews the work system of the "Office of the Chief Technology Officer in New York City" and its role in employing innovation in order to prepare for the future in order to achieve the societal interest. In addition to creating projects that policymakers, legislators and regulators around the world can adopt and implement.

The report reviews the "City Builders in the UAE" initiative, which is considered the largest example of successful cooperation between government agencies in Dubai to upgrade and improve government services, and allow staff teams to think outside the box to find the best solutions to various challenges through continuous workshops based on the application of the creative design methodology. .