In the high-profile bankruptcy of the City of Detroit, tensions can run high as different stakeholders have their own views on how best to lift the city out of its financial crisis and improve quality of life for residents. One area where all of those stakeholders agree, however, is the need for the City to improve its information technology infrastructure so that the City can better track and collect its funds, operate more efficiently, and better deliver public services.
There have been positive developments on this front already, and the City’s leadership is poised to bring Detroit’s systems and information up to meet contemporary standards and resident expectations. The following free paper addresses these topics and explores how information technology strategies from Detroit are relevant to other cities across the nation.
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