Isfahan, Iran’s second city and a global Islamic cultural hub, has set its sights on becoming the Republic’s leading ‘e-municipality’ and a regional e-government leader. The ancient city of 1.7 million people, which was once of the world’s largest cities, is four years into a five-year ICT masterplan to develop infrastructure and improve citizen services and government processes to boost competitiveness.
The same ICT framework is being adopted nationwide by all of Iran’s ‘mega cities’, but municipal authorities have been able to adapt the plan with local projects.
Source: Future Gov
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