Partners

Partners in phase 2

 

manchester city council

Manchester City Council – City council for Manchester.

 

Digital China

Digital China – Largest integrated IT services provider in China.

 

Wuhan City Economic and Information Committee – Wuhan’s committee on its economy and information services.

 

E Forum

eForum – Belgium-based e-government consultancy.

 

Building Design Partnership – Major international practice of architects, designers, engineers and urbanists.

 

Tianjin – Major port city in northeastern China

 

Xuzhou – Major city in and the fourth largest prefecture-level city of Jiangsu Province.

 

Qingdao – Port city in China’s eastern Shandong province.

 

Suzhou – Major city west of Shanghai.

 

ACSI

Advisory Committee of State Informatization (ACSI) – Guides the State Informatization Leading Group (SILG) which leads the promotion of informatization.

 

Future Cities Catapult – Company introducing urban ideas to market in order to grow economies and enhance cities.

 

Partners in phase 1

 

manchester city council

Manchester City Council – City council for Manchester.

 

Bristol City Council – City council for Bristol.

 

Xuzhou – Major city in and the fourth largest prefecture-level city of Jiangsu Province.

 

Digital China

Digital China – Largest integrated IT services provider in China.

 

E Forum

eForum – Belgium-based e-government consultancy.

 

British standards institute

British Standards Institute – International business standards certification organisation.

 

Future Cities Catapult – Company introducing urban ideas to market in order to grow economies and enhance cities.

 

PDSF

EU-China Policy Dialogues Support Facility II (PDSF II) – Project designed to facilitate policy dialogue and strengthen strategic relations between China and the EU.

 

CEPAii

China-Europe Public Administration II (CEPA II) – Project supporting the Chinese government in its transition towards an efficient service-oriented government.

 

DG Connect

DG Connect – European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks and Content and Technology.

 

CAGThe Chinese Academy of Governance is a ministerial-level institution directly affiliated with the State Council. It is an important body for training high- and mid-level civil servants and high-level administrators and policy researchers; an important center for carrying out scientific research, particularly on the theory of public administration and on innovation in government administration; and an important think tank that provides consultation services to the Party and government on matters of policy.

 

CAICTThe Chinese Academy of ICT is the Chinese government’s think tank on ICT.