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
Dubai Internet City provides a Knowledge Economy Ecosystem that is designed to support the business development of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) companies. It is the Middle East’s biggest IT infrastructure, built inside a free trade zone, and has the largest commercial Internet Protocol Telephony system in the world.
At the fourth W2i Digital Cities Convention, organized in cooperation with UNITAR and the Basque local government in Bilbao, Spain (7-9 November 2005), the Wireless Internet Institute will work with international development organizations, local government associations, field practitioners and the private sector to draft
Intel Corporation announced (Aug. 18, 2005) an initiative to help communities use wireless technology and innovative applications to expand and improve services for municipal governments, businesses and citizens.
Digital Cities are proliferating worldwide. Intel® is one of the major manufactuers of technologies that enable governments to deliver the interoperable services that facilitate interaction between departments, businesses and citizens, in ways that they want and at minimum cost.
Learn more about Intel’s integrated vision for government services that support and enable Government efficiency, safety and security, economic vitality, and citizen satisfaction.