E-GOVERNMENT, INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY
THE 10 FINALISTS
A novel approach to recycling sees plastic bottles exchanged for discounts on public transport tickets in Italy.
An interactive tool combines multiple municipal services, to allow people to settle administrative affairs from the convenience of their homes.
Digital tokens use the carrot approach to reward environmentally-friendly behaviour with free access to arts and culture.
Vote Rookie promotes youth participation in politics by combining digital tools, civic education and gamification in one web-based App.
A non-profit social laboratory provides experts, resources, and a platform to bring innovation and resilience to the public sector.
Warsaw’s e-service platform simplifies and automates services, providing residents with a more convenient, cost-effective and higher quality means of interacting with their administration.
A specifically designed App allows disabled parking card holders to more easily find an available parking space, while reducing the illegal occupation of these spaces by able-bodies drivers.
Ulm has been chosen as one of Germany’s Cities of the Future, implementing digital projects using a bottom-up co-creation approach which will develop the urban environment in a more sustainable way.
The City of Augsburg encourages the use of car-sharing, cycling, and public transport via a flat rate that provides a low-cost package for mobility at a fixed monthly price, on top of free public transport in the city zone.
A structured storage platform for biographical data facilitates the integration process for newly arrived migrants, allowing them to more easily navigate and manage the support services available to them.