An innovative practice in the project is the creation of e-government liaison officers, which although being part of the project, they are located at the e-government offices of each country. Their role is to promote research as a key input of e-government public policies keeping the citizen in their centre.
In view of the interest showed by e-government offices in Colombia, Chile, El Salvador, Panama, and Dominican Republic, which was made official through a letter of request, a public call was launched for young people of up to 30 years old that reside in those countries.
During the established term, 108 candidates submitted their applications. Five candidates were chosen after the selection process and invited to participate in a workshop in Bogotá, in January 2011.