Dr.ing. A.J. (Bram) Klievink

Profile

I am Associate Professor of Collaborative Digital Governance and Head the Organisation & Governance section in the Multi-Actor Systems (MAS) department at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management.

I study governance in digital-induced institutional voids and specialise in collaborative governance arrangements for the digital age. I study this topic in the domains of electronic public services, international trade and logistics, financial cybersecurity, infomobility, smart cities and big data.

In 2013, I was awarded a VENI grant  by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Furthermore, I have been and still am involved in multiple European FP7 and NWO projects, in various capacities, including as (co)-PI, project leader, scientific coordination, supervisor and researcher. 

Furthermore, I was a board member of the Dutch Alliance for Vital Governance, a strategic research alliance for collaboration and knowledge transfer between government organisations and research institutes in the Netherlands.

I hold a PhD degree in technology and public management (2011), a MSc degree in political science (2006), and a degree in business information systems (2004).

More publications

  • 2017-2021: NWO (MVI) Governing crowd-based innovations (co-applicant, PhD supervision)
  • 2016-2020: Responsible Digital Future (PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO Veni (applicant (personal grant); investigator)
  • 2014-2018: MALPAY (project leader, PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO ISCOM - JUST (PhD supervision; co-applicant)
  • 2014-2018: FP7 CORE (co-applicant, proposal and DoW writer) 
  • 2014-2017: FP7 PETRA (researcher)
  • 2011-2014: FP7 Cassandra (workpackage leader; researcher; scientific coordination, project management)
  • 2010-2014: Dinalog Extended Single Window (researcher, project management)
  • 2008-2011: Alliantie Vitaal Bestuur (board member)
  • 2007-2009: Kanalen in Balans (researcher)
  • 2007-2007: B-Dossier (researcher)
  • NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme - VENI grant
  • Best Paper Award Nomination: Facilitating adoption of international information infrastructures: a Living Labs approach (paper at EGOV2013).
  • Best Management Paper Award: ICT-Project Failure in Public Administration: The Need to Include Risk Management in Enterprise Architectures (paper with Marijn Janssen at dg.o 2010).
  • Best Poster Award: Multi-Channel Management Strategy and Coordination: The Next Hurdle in Customer Orientation (at dg.o 2008).

Bram Klievink

Associate Professor


Department:
Multi-Actor Systems

Group:

Organisation & Governance

Research interests:

Public-private information infrastructures
Public sector innovation
Information platforms
Electronic government
Governance of ICT-enabled public-private collaboration
Cyber security governance


Additional information

Dr.ing. A.J. (Bram) Klievink

profile

Biography

I am Associate Professor of Collaborative Digital Governance and Head the Policy, Organisation, Law & Gaming (POLG) section in the Multi-Actor Systems (MAS) department at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management.

I study governance in digital-induced institutional voids and specialise in collaborative governance arrangements for the digital age. I study this topic in the domains of electronic public services, international trade and logistics, financial cybersecurity, infomobility, smart cities and big data.

In 2013, I was awarded a VENI grant  by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Furthermore, I have been and still am involved in multiple European FP7 and NWO projects, in various capacities, including as (co)-PI, project leader, scientific coordination, supervisor and researcher. 

Furthermore, I was a board member of the Dutch Alliance for Vital Governance, a strategic research alliance for collaboration and knowledge transfer between government organisations and research institutes in the Netherlands.

I hold a PhD degree in technology and public management (2011), a MSc degree in political science (2006), and a degree in business information systems (2004).

Expertise

public-private information infrastructures, public sector innovation, information platforms, electronic government, collaborative governance, institutional void, and governance of ICT-enabled public-private collaboration

Projects

  • 2017-2021: NWO (MVI) Governing crowd-based innovations (co-applicant, PhD supervision)
  • 2016-2020: Responsible Digital Future (PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO Veni (applicant (personal grant); investigator)
  • 2014-2018: MALPAY (project leader, PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO ISCOM - JUST (PhD supervision; co-applicant)
  • 2014-2018: FP7 CORE (co-applicant, proposal and DoW writer) 
  • 2014-2017: FP7 PETRA (researcher)
  • 2011-2014: FP7 Cassandra (workpackage leader; researcher; scientific coordination, project management)
  • 2010-2014: Dinalog Extended Single Window (researcher, project management)
  • 2008-2011: Alliantie Vitaal Bestuur (board member)
  • 2007-2009: Kanalen in Balans (researcher)
  • 2007-2007: B-Dossier (researcher) 

Awards

  • NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme - VENI grant
  • Best Paper Award Nomination: Facilitating adoption of international information infrastructures: a Living Labs approach (paper at EGOV2013).
  • Best Management Paper Award: ICT-Project Failure in Public Administration: The Need to Include Risk Management in Enterprise Architectures (paper with Marijn Janssen at dg.o 2010).
  • Best Poster Award: Multi-Channel Management Strategy and Coordination: The Next Hurdle in Customer Orientation (at dg.o 2008).

publications
Publications in Pure
subjects
2010 - Websystems and Computersecurity
2011 - Enterprise Architecture and Information Security
2013 - Enterprise Architecture and Information Security
2014 - Business Process Management and Technology
2013 - I and C in Organisations
2012 - Design of Innovative ICT-infrastructures and Services
2014 - I&C Risk and Control
2013 - Design of Innovative ICT-infrastructures and Services
2013 - IA Design Project
2014 - IA Design Project
2016 - Governance of Socio-Technical Systems
2016 - I&C Risk & Control
2012 - Enterprise Architecture and Information Security
2013 - Business Process Management and Technology
2012 - IA Design Project
2014 - Design of Innovative ICT-infrastructures and Services
2016 - Mixed Research Methods for Multi-actor Systems
2017 - Governance of Socio-Technical Systems
2017 - I&C Risk & Control
2017 - I&C Risk & Control
2017 - Mixed Research Methods for Multi-actor Systems
2016 - Understanding International Grand Challenges
2017 - Model-based Decision-making
2015 - I&C Risk & Control
2015 - Governance of Socio-Technical Systems
2018 - Governance of Socio-Technical Systems
2018 - I&C Risk & Control
2018 - I&C Risk & Control
2018 - Model-based Decision-making
2018 - Mixed Research Methods for Multi-actor Systems
2018 - Understanding International Grand Challenges
ancillary activities
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2016-01-01 - 2020-01-01