About the IntelCities project

IntelCities (Intelligent Cities) is a research and technological development project to pool advanced knowledge and experience of electronic government, planning systems and citizen participation from across Europe.

The project is being led by Manchester and Siena and brings together eighteen European cities, twenty ICT companies (including Nokia and CISCO) and thirty-six research groups.

The project is part of the European Union's Sixth Framework Programme, with €6.8m of the €11.4m budget from the EU's Information Society Technologies programme.

WP11: e-Governance

WP11 relates to a "RTD - Innovation" activity type and constitutes a core part of INTELCITIES Activity area D: e-Governance Development and Innovation. It aims the development of a multi-dimensional and multi-actor "City e-Governance Policy Model" to facilitate an enhanced role and contribution of ICTs to the achievement of "Good Governance" principles and goals in European urban decision-making in context of the Knowledge Society.

News

  • September 28th, 2004
    The final versions of deliverables D11.1.2, D11.2.2 and D11.3.2 are made available to members.
  • May 28th, 2004
    The first drafts of deliverables D11.1.1, D11.2.1 and D11.3.11 are made available to members.
  • May 19th, 2004
    The 2nd IntelCities WP11 technical meeting was held in Venice, Italy, May 17-18.
  • April 8th, 2004
    The 2nd IntelCities WP11 technical meeting will be held in Venice, Italy in the middle of May
  • February 15th, 2004
    The IntelCities WP11 kick-off meeting was held in Karlsruhe, Germany from 10-11 February 2004.