Introduction to the Project

Go Li.EU supports the governance of the Living-in.EU community to build the European way of digitally transforming cities and communities. The project will engage a broad range of different stakeholders and will support the co-creation of an extensive variety of activities. It will aim to find synergies for adequate funding, tackle any legal gaps, contribute to technical alignment and interoperability across sectors and places, as well as helping cities to build capacity. The results of these activities will be measured and communicated, ensuring a higher level of visibility and impact for the benefit of all.

Project Objectives

For Go Li.EU to support cities and communities to unlock their full potential and to play an enabling role in digital transformation, the consortium needs to tackle the following challenges:

- Increasing the uptake of cross-domain interoperable digital solutions (Local Digital Twins, Data spaces, Data Platforms, etc.)

- Sharing expertise and experience through a dedicated capacity-building programme and mutual learning

- Supporting the growth of the community of signatories, supporters and partnerships

- Monitoring the progress of European cities and communities on green and digital challenges


ERRIN's Role

ERRIN is responsible for measuring the impact of the project and the initiative at local, regional and European levels. This will be done through the development of a common set of KPIs, the use of existing tools developed in the field of digital transformation, and the creation of a common monitoring system. Moreover, ERRIN will participate in creating synergies between the various initiatives, projects and stakeholders at local, regional, national and European levels in the field of digitalisation.

  • Ryan Titley
  • Director of Projects
  • Rodolphe Doité
  • Project and Policy Manager

Benefit & Links

ERRIN members will have an opportunity to showcase their initiatives related to digital transformation. Interested regions are also able to join the movement, benefit from capacity building programmes and the development of technical solutions, as well as contribute to shaping the movement through involvement in existing subgroups.

The project will create links with ERRIN's Working Groups, with particular emphasis on the cross-cutting ICT Working Group, offering various engagement possibilities.

Latest Updates

  • By Rodolphe Doité

Call for Smart Community Experts

If you are working on sustainable digitalisation of local and regional authorities in your country, you can apply to a dedicated call for experts in the field of Smart Community, linking to the Living-in.EU movement.

  • By Rodolphe Doité

Release of LORDIMAS, a digital maturity assessment tool for Regions and Cities

During the European Week of Regions and Cities 2023, a dedicated session was organised to launch LORDIMAS, a digital maturity assessment helping local and regional governments to understand where they are in their digital transformation journey. The tool is now accessible online.

  • By Rodolphe Doité

Participate in the EU Public Services Open Source Achievement Awards

The European Commission's Open Source Observatory (OSOR) has opened the applications for the EU Public Services Open Source Achievement Awards. The awards will honour exceptional open source solutions and initiatives developed for European public administrations.

  • By Rodolphe Doité

Living-in.EU launches survey to identify political priorities

The Living-in.EU movement has launched a survey, open until 15 September, to co-create the political priorities of this digital transformation movement.

  • By Rodolphe Doité

ERRIN at the Living-in.EU Mayors’ Digital Assembly

On Thursday 15 June 2023, ERRIN participated to the first Living-in.EU Mayors Digital Assembly at the Brussels Urban Summit.

  • By Lucy Hammond

Local Digital Twins toolbox project launches survey

The European Commission has recently launched a project to “Co-design the Local Digital Twins (LDT) toolbox technical specifications for advancing the transformation of Smart Communities”. To support the design process, they have launched a survey to gather insights. The deadline for the survey is 30 June at 23:59 CEST.