This chapter provides a conceptual framework for digital co-production, including co-commissioning, co-design, codelivery, and co-assessment of public services and outcomes. It illustrates this conceptual framework through a German case study involving citizens participating in a large-scale hackathon to meet COVID-19 challenges. In particular, we will analyse how the #WirVsVirus hackathon (https:// wirvsvirus.org/hackaton/) put co-production into practice from the perspective of a hackathon participant (Claudia Masiga), who has been working on the OpenFoodBank initiative.

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Loeffler, E. & Masiga, C. 2021, 'Communities co-producing new solutions to meet Covid-19 challenges through a hackathon in Germany', Covid-19 and Co-Production in Health and Social Care Research, pp. 57-65. https://doi.org/10.47674/9781447361794

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