The strategy, which has been unanimously approved, sets out principles for how the council’s future technology services should be designed, sourced and delivered.

The City of Edinburgh Council has adopted a new three-year digital strategy to progress its ambitions for becoming a sustainable smart city.

The Digital and Smart City strategy sets out principles for how the council’s future technology services should be designed, sourced and delivered and has been unanimously approved by members of the Policy and Sustainability Committee.

Aligned with 2050 vision

The strategy aligns with Edinburgh’s 2050 City Vision and sets out a new approach for using data and cloud-based technology to connect systems in the digital age, to provide even more accessible, secure and efficient services for residents.

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