08 Nov 2017

Public-Private Partnerships in Horizon 2020 Driving ICT research & innovation forward

Public-Private Partnerships in Horizon 2020 Driving ICT research & innovation forward

INTRODUCTION

As one of the major new instruments under Horizon 2020, the European Commission launched the contractual Public Private Partnerships (cPPPs) in selected areas of strategic importance for European industry. The partnerships related to ICT that we are addressing in this paper have been initially allocated €4.9 billion in the Horizon 2020 budget, with each euro of public funding expected to trigger additional investments to develop new technologies, products and services. Many DIGITALEUROPE members are active participants in the contractual PPPs, as well as in the related private associations and technology platforms (ETPs). For some of the cPPPs included, not enough time has passed yet to assess them meaningfully. Nevertheless, DIGITALEUROPE would like to contribute to the interim evaluation of Horizon 2020 and the definition of the next Framework Programme by sharing our members’ experience and best practices as well as formulating recommendations across the PPPs in the ICT domain.

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