WeGO is

an international organization of cities and local governments
that pursues sustainable urban development based on e-Government and ICT.

WeGO is

an international organization of cities and local governments
that pursues sustainable urban development based on e-Government and ICT.

WeGO General Assembly

The 4th WeGO General Assembly a triennial international assembly of high-level officials, from Mayors to Chief Information Officers, to celebrate their achievements in e-Government and Smart City initiatives as well as to convene on key agenda of WeGO.

WeGO Awards

Through this regular international competition, the WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards aims to encourage the incorporation of innovative ICT for the enhancement of administrative efficiency; increase citizens’ access to public services; and share knowledge on Smart City strategies actively.

CeDS

The City e-Government Diagnostic Solution(CeDS) Online Platform was developed and designed specifically for cities. Taking holistic factors beyond technology into account, it is a fast and user-friendly diagnostic tool for cities to self-assess the maturity level of their e-Government system and fill any gaps in their city e-services in a cost-efficient manner.


Become a WeGO Member

Thank you for your interest in WeGO. The WeGO Secretariat looks forward to welcoming you to the global WeGO Network!

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Frequently Asked Questions

WeGO is an international organization of cities, local governments, and organizations whose goal is to enhance the ICT capabilities of cities and regions, and leverage their innovation potentials in order to develop transformative solutions for e-Government and Smart Cities, supporting broad stakeholder involvement, open government, digital inclusion, foresight, decision-making and management processes, their integration, as well as wide online service availability and accessibility. Our Secretariat is hosted by our President City, Seoul while our European and Asian Regional Offices call Ulyanovsk, Russia and Chengdu, China, respectively, home.
To apply to be a member, a city can follow these steps: – Complete and submit the Membership Application Form (signed by the Mayor or authorized city representative) to the WeGO Secretariat. – Upon submission of the application form and its acceptance by the WeGO Secretariat, an applicant city becomes an Associate Member of WeGO. – Associate Members become Full Members of WeGO upon approval of the Executive Committee after the submission of the application. For more information, visit our membership page or try our chat feature.
WeGO does not make a profit. However, it is a network of cities and local governments so it is actually an international organization rather than a non-governmental organization.
Besides numerous benefits that WeGO offers to its members, some tangible benefits that WeGO offers are as follows: • Solutions: WeGO offers numerous solutions, such as the highly-touted Civic Participation System (CPS). This hybrid solution empowers citizens to provide impetus on civic needs that requires addressing from the government, through a streamlined system that allows the citizen to connect directly to a government official in charge of the particular matter/district. • WeGO also offers a platform in which cities can share their knowledge in ICT, e-Government and smart city initiatives, to not only propagate their learnings but also to learn from other cities.


The 4th WeGO General Assembly

The 4th WeGO General Assembly a triennial international assembly of high-level officials, from Mayors to Chief Information Officers, to celebrate their achievements in e-Government and Smart City initiatives as well as to convene on key agenda of WeGO. With the successful completion of the 1st WeGO General Assembly in Seoul, Korea (2010), the 2nd in Barcelona, Spain (2012), and the 3rd in Chengdu, China (2014), WeGO warmly invites members and non-member cities alike interested in e-Government, ICT, and Smart Cities to the 4th WeGO General Assembly in the Ulyanovsk Region, Russia!


WeGO Awards

The WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards was established in 2011 to recognize and promote outstanding ICT and e-Government practices of cities and local governments around the world. Through this regular international competition, the WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards aims to encourage the incorporation of innovative ICT for the enhancement of administrative efficiency; increase citizens’ access to public services; and share knowledge on Smart City strategies actively. The WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards Panel of Judges determine the winners in each of the five specific WeGO Awards Categories of (1) Open City, (2) Digital Inclusion, (3) Innovative Smart City, (4) Sustainable City, (5) e-Government Service, and (6) Cooperative City.


CeDS

The City e-Government Diagnostic Solution (CeDS) Online Platform was developed and designed specifically for cities. Taking holistic factors beyond technology into account, it is a fast and user-friendly diagnostic tool for cities to self-assess the maturity level of their e-Government system and fill any gaps in their city e-services in a cost-efficient manner.


e-Government Framework

WeGO, in collaboration with its Technical Partner, National Information Society (NIA), will provide a comprehensive Technical Training and Service Program on the WeGO e-Government Framework (WeGO eGovFrame) to help its member cities develop Web and mobile e-Government applications based on the WeGO eGovFrame.


e-Newsletter

The WeGO e-Newsletter is issued on a quarterly basis by the WeGO Secretariat and updates WeGO members and partners on upcoming events and recent highlights at WeGO, as well as featuring news from the WeGO Regional Offices and WeGO partners like UNDPADM. To receive a copy of the e-Newsletter regularly by mail, fill out the subscription form below!


The 4th WeGO General Assembly

The 4th WeGO General Assembly a triennial international assembly of high-level officials, from Mayors to Chief Information Officers, to celebrate their achievements in e-Government and Smart City initiatives as well as to convene on key agenda of WeGO. With the successful completion of the 1st WeGO General Assembly in Seoul, Korea (2010), the 2nd in Barcelona, Spain (2012), and the 3rd in Chengdu, China (2014), WeGO warmly invites members and non-member cities alike interested in e-Government, ICT, and Smart Cities to the 4th WeGO General Assembly in the Ulyanovsk Region, Russia!


WeGO Awards

The WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards was established in 2011 to recognize and promote outstanding ICT and e-Government practices of cities and local governments around the world. Through this regular international competition, the WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards aims to encourage the incorporation of innovative ICT for the enhancement of administrative efficiency; increase citizens’ access to public services; and share knowledge on Smart City strategies actively. The WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards Panel of Judges determine the winners in each of the five specific WeGO Awards Categories of (1) Open City, (2) Digital Inclusion, (3) Innovative Smart City, (4) Sustainable City, (5) e-Government Service, and (6) Cooperative City.


CeDS

The City e-Government Diagnostic Solution (CeDS) Online Platform was developed and designed specifically for cities. Taking holistic factors beyond technology into account, it is a fast and user-friendly diagnostic tool for cities to self-assess the maturity level of their e-Government system and fill any gaps in their city e-services in a cost-efficient manner.


e-Government Framework

WeGO, in collaboration with its Technical Partner, National Information Society (NIA), will provide a comprehensive Technical Training and Service Program on the WeGO e-Government Framework (WeGO eGovFrame) to help its member cities develop Web and mobile e-Government applications based on the WeGO eGovFrame.


e-Newsletter

The WeGO e-Newsletter is issued on a quarterly basis by the WeGO Secretariat and updates WeGO members and partners on upcoming events and recent highlights at WeGO, as well as featuring news from the WeGO Regional Offices and WeGO partners like UNDPADM. To receive a copy of the e-Newsletter regularly by mail, fill out the subscription form below!


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