Dual EGOV 2015 and ePart 2015 conference proceedings are available – Springer

14th IFIP Electronic Government (EGOV) and 7th Electronic Participation (ePart) Conference 2015 proceeding are available. EGOV and ePart collocated conferences represent the major European Conferences on #E-Government EGOV Proceedings: Springer ePart Proceedings: Springer 


Developing a roadmap for planning and implementation of interoperability capability in e-government – Emerald | Insight

Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy Research from India: Developing a roadmap for planning and implementation of interoperability capability in #e-government The paper provides insights into various planning and implementation issues that have to be…


Open data and the digital economy drives LPI reforms – ARN

Residential sales history data is now available free of charge as part of a NSW Government reform package. This reform package aims to bring property information services into the digital age.   Curated from Open…


MasterCard Using Data To Build Smarter Cities | PYMNTS.com

The new tool will examine the relationship between the things people buy and how they travel, which MasterCard said will help urban planners and commercial developers to gain more insight into growth strategies and improve…


What your city can learn from LA about open data — GCN

  The University of Southern California study, Empowering Public Through #Open Data: Findings and Recommendations for City Leaders in Los Angeles County, examined #LA County open data policies using the criteria established by the #U.S…


Consolidated View and Analysis of Survey Responses on e-Government Procurement System | Asian Development Bank

Consolidated View and Analysis of Survey Responses on #e-Government Procurement System (Data Retention, Disaster Recovery, Third Party Audit and Anti-virus Scan) | Asian Development Bank Consultants’ reports describe activities by a consultant or group of…


White House grants Mozilla $3.2 million to expand gigabit cities | ZDNet

In a blog post, the Mozilla Foundation said the US National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the group a three-year, $3.2 million grant to further the research, development and adoption of gigabit Internet technologies.  …


How Santa Clara uses IoT, open data to tackle NFL invasion – StateScoop

When the San Francisco 49ers moved into their new home in Levi’s Stadium for the start of the 2014 season, city IT leaders immediately started to think about how they could start pitching in to…


How New York City Is Mainstreaming Data-Driven Governance

In the early days of online government, cities at the vanguard rightly bragged about taking on “e-gov” as a project. Within just a few years, though, e-gov had moved from a set of individual projects…


Is Uber’s ultimate goal the privatisation of city governance? | Technology | The Guardian

Some commentators argue that Uber’s endgame is to be the death knell for current modes of public mass transit. Graduating from service provision to infrastructure operation on public roads, the company would become like a…