Intel announced the launch of the ‘Intel Digital Transformation Initiative for the Middle East’, a comprehensive, multi-year program that will expand Intel’s economic, educational and technology-related support throughout the region.
The W2i Wireless Communities Best Practices Awards pay tribute to local governments implementing broadband-wireless solutions for cities, counties and regions. This year’s winners were announced at the W2i Digital Cities Convention (San Francisco, October 11, 2005).
Broadband Cities 2005 brings together hundreds of civic leaders, city managers, and broadband decision makers from the U.S. and around the world to experience best practices and innovations in community broadband deployment.
Electronic Government (e-Government) is a terminus that frames and shapes public administration’s way into the “Information Society”. E-Government is used on different abstraction layers thereby also implying aspects of distinct detail.
Wireless Philadelphia aims to create a digital infrastructure for open-air internet access and to help citizens, businesses, schools, and community organizations make effective use of this technology to achieve their goals while providing a greater experience for visitors to the City.
The Digital Cities Survey examined and assessed how city governments are utilizing information technology to operate and deliver quality service to their customers and citizens. The Survey documents recent trends and the progress made to date in the transition to digital government.
E-Government is a new report that provides an overview of technology tools and products for local e-government, such as online permitting, e-maill listservevs, delivery of electronic planning documents, and web-based mapping. It is written by Jennifer Evans-Cowley, AICP, and Maria Manta Conroy, assistant professors of City and Regional Planning at Ohio State University, and