The current state of the art and practice in the area of Electronic Governance has up to now been tackling important problems for administrations and societies such as service provision, automation in the public sector, interoperability and common standards, information systems, security and authentication and legal issues. After that, researchers and practitioners have been tackling with Open and Collaborative Governance issues, such as big, open, linked data (BOLD) for Governments, opinion mining and sentiment analysis in Governance, advanced interoperability infrastructures and systems, etc. The proposed project Scientific foundations training and entrepreneurship activities in the domain of ICT-enabled Governance (Gov 3.0) will go beyond of the existing state of the art in analysing developments from the public and private sector towards establishing the new, important scientific domain of Government 3.0 (ICT-enabled Governance). This will be achieved through new methods for roadmapping research priorities, new curricula for teaching at pre-graduate, post-graduate and company executive levels, new approaches for fostering entrepreneurship attempts (e.g. Startup companies based on open data) and a novel Massive Online Open Course system that will be available and maintained during and after the implementation of the project. The consortium consists of 6 Universities, 2 enterprises and 1 research institution. The choice of the partners was made in terms of the covering of the multidisciplinary issues concerning the interrelation of the expertise of each consortium member to the neighbouring scientific domain that might be needed towards the finalisation of the project. The core consortium will be backed by a network of associated partners, covering practically all EU member states and spanning in America, Africa, Asia and Australia, delivering their knowledge and expertise from their territories. The envisaged impact of this proposal relates to the establishment of Government 3.0 as a vivid scientific domain, encompassing Electronic Government, ICT – enabled Governance and Policy Modelling and support. The most positive impact affects citizens themselves as the road is now clear to unify and apply these studies and applications, which were developed for citizens.