TEHRAN, Mar. 17 (Mehr News Agency) - Iran's capital Tehran will be named as one of ten top digital cities in the world by 2014, Tehran Mayor Mohammad-Baqer Qalibaf said in Tehran on Monday.
Expressing satisfaction with growing trend towards Tehran's development, Qalibaf said that a total of 93% of the city's development plans formulated for the current year, which ends March 20, have been successfully implemented.
He referred to the municipality's five-year city management plan and said that with the approval of Tehran City Council, first phase of the plan would begin by the next year.
Tehran City Council has approved the five-year city management plan. The mayor said first phase of the plan would begin next year.
Digital cities use technology to create a seamless environment between local government, constituents, and citizens.
The cities recognized in the world's top ten reflects a comprehensive information technology program that supports government operations as well as serving citizens and businesses.
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