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Doral Receives World Council Platinum Certification For A Second Year

In 2018, the City of Doral joined the World Council on City Data (WCCD) for a second time as a WCCD ISO 37120 Platinum Certified city, joining the ranks of global cities like Barcelona and Dubai.

This prestigious certification marks a commitment to transparency, data-driven decision making and a commitment to creating a smarter, more sustainable, prosperous, and resilient future for the City of Doral. WCCD ISO 37120 Certification is awarded to cities who reach the highest standard in collecting and sharing data, using it for effective decision-making.

Through the internationally recognized WCCD ISO 37120 Certification, the City of Doral continues to be part of a global network of cities adopting a culture of data to drive a culture of innovation and remains an active and key contributor to the WCCD global network, moving the sustainable development agenda forward so effectively.

“The City of Doral is proud to receive this significant recognition for a second year in a row,” stated Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez. “This accomplishment underscores Doral’s stature as a truly data-driven smart city who is now operating on a global level with other top-ranking cities.”

Doral has responsibly achieved digital government transformation providing people first services and solutions that span city administration and citizen services, enabling increased insight, service efficiency, and improved citizen outcomes and delivery of services to ensure the City’s attractiveness as a global destination for business, culture and leisure.

The Smart City leadership has come from the City of Doral elected officials, city executives and senior staff with a Smart City overall plan to make sound technology investments that enables a next generation city.

About the WCCD
Discovering solutions for our rapidly urbanizing planet, the World Council on City Data (WCCD) is the global leader in standardized city data – creating smart, sustainable, resilient, and prosperous cities. The WCCD is implementing ISO 37120 Sustainable Development of Communities: Indicators for City Services and Quality of Life, the new international standard; created by cities, for cities. The WCCD has developed the first ISO 37120 certification system and the Global Cities Registry™. The WCCD hosts a network of innovative cities committed to improving services and quality of life with open city data and provides a consistent and comprehensive platform for standardized urban metrics.

 

Source: Miami’s Community Newspapers