Municipality to launch residential ‘digital portfolio’

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July 14, 2013 18:35

The Jerusalem Municipality is planning to launch a “digital portfolio” offering a wide array of services for residents of the city. The website will allow users to digitally track all activities in the capital, including information about parking, registering for school and transportation updates. Residents will also be able to use the site to pay property taxes, parking fines, learn if a scheduled event has been changed, check for sewage problems and even renew a dog license.

Hector Masterman, of the Jerusalem Municipality’s Quality of Service and Internet Department, said the program has undergone extensive testing, including a pilot phase in recent months for a small number of residents to improve the system and adapt to changing demands before it is officially launched.


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