In its third edition, this study will focus on Smart Governance of cities. In this sense, smart governance is conceived as that which, on the one hand, is open (incorporating the principles of open governance such as transparency, participation, open data, accountability and collaboration) and, on the other, has strategic and advanced management, with a great vocation for anticipating future challenges, carrying out strategic planning based on previously identified challenges, evaluating the actions that are carried out, and relying on data for decision-making.
Thus, the study aims to understand the situation of cities regarding open government and advanced strategic management and identify good practices of reference within this framework. In addition, the study plans to identify the main technological trends that are considered key for the next 4-5 years for Smart Governance in cities.
Interested cities are invited to contribute their knowledge and experience by filling a questionnaire before 15th of April 2019.| http://www.uclg-digitalcities.org/en/smart-cities-study/2019-edition/