Date Published: July 16, 2019, 10:43 a.m.
They will analyse and compare what are the inspiring and replicable experiences, and specifically how cities can improve municipal revenue by improving tax collection and generate savings with a specific focus on water management.
The workshop will be organized through peer to peer exchanges along with dialogues with practitioners from the private sector, investment, research and experts, in order to organize multi-stakeholders and multi-sectorial dialogues to create a shared culture of working and co-production of solutions to specific cases.
The objectives of
this workshop are the following
1. To offer a space to exchange experiences among peers and practitioners: city managers, decision- makers, technology providers, NGOs and community representatives.
2. To share trends and inspiring practices regarding the application of SMART technologies to cities.
3. To highlight common challenges faced by city managers.
4. To establish key recommendations and lessons learned.
5. To strengthen local governments’ capacities for innovation in public management.
6. To exchange support and collaboration in implementing efforts to create SMART investments
7. To identify new opportunities to “build with” and “govern with” city residents.
8. To establish collaboration between participating cities at the to assist leaders with the implementation of new initiatives
9. To elaborate a final publication integrating conclusions of the discussions and compilation of best practices
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