WeGO General Assembly 2017

“Smart Sustainable Cities for All”


About Us

The 4th WeGO General Assembly: “Smart Sustainable Cities for All”

Time : June 27-30, 2017
Place : The Ulyanovsk Region, Russia

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!

Also, do not forget to apply for the 3rd WeGO Smart Sustainable City Awards!

A Summary of the WeGO General Assembly 2014

Click below to download the 3rd General Assembly Final Report!
Click below to download the 3rd General Assembly Program Book!

The 3rd WeGO General Assembly 2014 Sessions

Presentations from the Mayors’ Roundtable Meeting, EXCOM Meeting, Workshops and Master Classes can be downloaded here.

Mayors’ Roundtable Meeting: Innovation Successes, Challenges, and the Way Forward
EXCOM Meeting
WeGO Awards
Workshop Session I: Open Government for Collaborative Governance
Workshop Session II: Transformative Technology Solutions to Enhance Citizen Engagement
Workshop Session III: Partnering for Smart and Sharing Cities
Master Class I: Building Efficient and Citizen-centric e-Government Systems with the WeGO eGovFrame
Master Class II: Assessing your City’s e-Government Maturity Level with the CeDS Toolkit
Chengdu Declaration

List of Participants

Click below to view the photos from the General Assembly!


WeGO at a Glance

Who We Are


The World e-Governments Organization of Cities and Local Governments (WeGO)
is an international organization for cities and local governments
that pursues sustainable urban development based on e-Government and ICT.

  • We share what we know by promoting e-Government toolkits and frameworks to cities around the world.
  • We bridge the digital divide by establishing networks through which cities can connect and share their e-government development.
  • We work with international bodies by conducting joint projects and collaborating in areas of mutual interest.
  • We discover good practices of e-governance by providing platforms for member cities to discuss and share their e-Government policies and practices.
  • We promote exchanges and cooperation between cities and other stakeholders.
  • We use ICT to advance public administration by discovering and disseminating the effective use of ICT for administrative transparency, openness and efficiency.

We use

ICT to advance public administration by discovering and disseminating the effective use of ICT for administrative transparency, openness and efficiency.

We share

what we know by promoting e-Government toolkits, solutions and frameworks to cities around the world.

We promote

exchange and cooperation between cities and other stakeholders.

We bridge

the digital divide by establishing networks through which cities can connect and share their e-government development.

We discover

good practices of e-governance by providing platforms for member cities to discuss and share their e-Government policies and practices.

We work with

international partners by conducting joint projects and collaborating in areas of mutual interest.


What We Do

WeGO Members
+WeGO Full Members
+WeGO Friendship Members

WeGO Full Members

Cities and local governments around the world are eligible to become Full Members of WeGO.
Cities and local governments automatically become Associate Members when they submit their membership application forms and
acquire Full Member-status when their membership is formally approved by the Executive Committee.

Please click on a name to access its city profile.

WeGO Friendship Members

A Friendship Member category was newly established by the General Assembly in November 2014 to formalize strong partnerships
with a wider group of stakeholders in the international e-Government community in furtherance of WeGO’s mission.
Any regional association of local governments, or any governmental agency/entity that is directly concerned with local e-Government issues, is eligible to become a Friendship Member.