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The government of Dubai is working on a blockchain-based system to secure and streamline all government documents, including visas and bills of lading.
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The purpose of this website

The BLING project developed 24 pilots, proof of concepts, and use cases that show how blockchain-enabled solutions will change how local and regional governments deliver local services and how they work with citizens. This website serves as a digital catalog of the project’s results and contains valuable insights that can help other public organization on their way to implement blockchain. Want to work with blockchain in government? Get started here:  

  1. Browse through the lessons learned in our real-life use-cases. Use the filters to zoom in on the information of your interest.
  2. Fill out the ‘BRAT self-test’ to assess the blockchain readiness of your organisation. See how your organisation scores compared to benchmark scores.
  3. Moreover, get additional information based on your organization’s ‘readiness score’ and needs.

A random selection of our project results

David Magard - Developing and implementing blockchain technologies

Developing and implementing blockchain technologies for governments

External

David Magård works on the digitisation of the public sector for the Swedish Ministry of Infrastructure. He talks about developing and implementing blockchain technologies for governments – particularly on the importance of governance and on the difficulties in successfully adopting this technology.

Mobililti – Howest builds a ‘mobility as a service’ solution on the blockchain

Howest University of Applied Science

The Mobiliti app provides a mobility-as-a-servive (MASS) solution for geographical areas that are poorly served by public transport. By facilitating ride sharing through a blockchain-driven app, employees, students, and seasonal workers can offer and find rides, and be rewarded for using the service.

What we’ve learned about Blockchain: 10 lessons from the BLING Partnership

BLING

Here are 10 of the most important lessons BLING has learned about how blockchain will – and will not – change government services – including the importance of collaboration, the shift to co-delivery of serivces, changes in partnership working, and giving citizens control of their data.