A brainstorming session to activate the practitioners’ community was held in The Hague on 18 January with representatives from the BL, KB and NANETH. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss ways to engage practitioners and establish priorities for OPF tool development for the next six months.
Tool priority survey
One of the actions from the meeting was to survey OPF members about the tools/ services that would be of most use to their organisation. The results can be seen in the attachment below.