Policy support

What we offer

Triarii supports governments and policy makers with development and execution of policy.

Characteristics of our approach

We have an extensive arsenal of online and offline methods for the development of new policy:

  • Factfinding: field research, surveys (online, phone, face-to-face, e-mail, snailmail), statistic analyses;
  • Comparison based research: benchmarking studies, multicriteria analyses;
  • Forecasting: technology foresighting (see also our page on scenario study), backcasting, delphi studies, roadmapping;
  • Financial analyses: cost-benefit, profitability calculations, econometric analyses;
  • Strategic analyses;
  • Process support: brown paper/metaplan sessions, group systems, meeting moderation, facilitating workshops, e-boardroom sessions, web conferencing, computer-supported meetings;
  • Implementation: setting up and running secretariats.

Statement of experience

Recent Triarii studies in the expertise of policy support are:

  • Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation: Research to the size, status and position of the Dutch Defense and Security industry (2011-2012);
  • European Space Agency: Value of ESTEC to the Netherlands (2012);
  • Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs: Implementation of broadband services via fibreoptics and cable and the role of governments (2010);
  • Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs: Researching a control body for the space industry in the Netherlands (2008);
  • European Commission: Rethinking the European ICT agenda (2004);
  • Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs: National action plan space (2004);
  • Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment: Plan how to deal with risk youth of Antillean descent (2004).

Contact

Mr. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is Triarii's main contact person for this field. Drop him a line or give him a call on +31(0) 70 328 3574 (land line) or +31(0) 6 4262 5727 (mobile phone).


Triarii news

March 2017: The article "Defence and Security stimulates innovative power of Dutch industry" builds its case on recent Triarii research of this industry.

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November 2016: Triarii starts the initiative we save energy to help house buyers make their house more energy efficient, before they even move in.

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October 2016: The "One Planet" exhibition in the Museon in The Hague (NL) was opened on 24 October 2016 by UN-chief Ban Ki Moon. Part of this is the biological toilet of PRISTO, a project of the Ghanean company Biofilcom and Triarii.

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