Published: 26 March 2019
The drive to be a smart city is in the forefront of many city leaders’ minds, but funding such initiatives is a challenge. CIOs need to ensure that smart city governance processes consider balanced, multifaceted funding options, including public and private monies, to achieve their objectives.
Included in Full Research
- Smart City Initiatives — Command and Control vs. Influence
- Find Existing Funds That Can Be Redirected for Smart City Initiatives by Using Funds From Cost Optimization Efforts, Unused Grant Funds, Infrastructure Funds and Innovation Investment Funds
- Leverage Public-Private Partnerships to Fund Smart Cities by Identifying Opportunities for Cost-Savings Sharing, Profit Sharing and Risk Sharing
- Identify Opportunities to Fund Smart City Initiatives Through Nonprofit and Private-Sector Investment and Management by Identifying Common Goals and Developing Collaborations