IntelCities was a research and technological development project to pool advanced knowledge and experience of electronic government, planning systems and citizen participation from across Europe.
It was cofinanced by the European Union's Sixth Framework Programme e EU Information Society Technologies programme.
The project was led by Manchester and Siena Universities with eighteen European partner cities, twenty ICT companies (including Nokia and CISCO) and thirty-six research groups.
TeDIS Center was involved in the e-Governance workpackage related to a "RTD - Innovation" activity type which was a core part of INTELCITIES project.
e-Governance Development and Innovation aimed 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.
Participant countries: Italy, North European Countries