ZP - Resilience through SMART solutions for municipalities, cities and regions (Cohesive municipalities, cities and regions)A - People and Communities (Resilient Communities, Cities and Regions)B - Local economy (Competitive cities, municipalities and regions)C - Environment for life (Green cities, municipalities and regions)
ZPO1 - Digital public administration is a service to people, communities and businessesZPO2 - SMART solutions contribute to belonging in the territoryZPO3 - Common solutions – a tool for cohesion without digitally excluded localitiesZPO4 - Partners at home and abroad in sharing SMART solutions
ZPO1-1 - Public administration is carried out efficiently and transparently, enabling electronic and automated solutions wherever fit for purposeZPO1-2 - Regions, cities and municipalities have sufficient knowledge (data, information) about the territory they manage, about ties in their territory, including information about the nature of threats in the territory, they use it to optimize management and, with the participation of citizens, to create an environment for the good life of individuals and communities (systematic data collection broken down by gender, evaluation of data and information about the territory, digital technical map, territorial plan in vector form and in a uniform standard, acquisition of information models of buildings).ZPO1-3 - Public administration at the level of cities, municipalities and regions operates safely and makes competent decisions. It strives for innovative solutions and smart management of the property of the municipality/city/region. It is based on the collection and evaluation of data from transport, air quality, blue-green infrastructure, energy management and property using new technological tools, data-oriented approaches and the breakdown of relevant data by gender and other categories.
  1. Creation and implementation of a "facility management" system for property owned by cities, municipalities and regions based on the use of data from digital maps, BIM, etc.
  2. Protection of the information systems of territorial self-governing units, including their organizational units and organizations established by them, against misuse of personal data (e.g. spear-phishing attacks, identity theft or so-called credential stuffing), subject to compliance with the terms of the Cyber ​​Security Act, if IT systems is covered, or compliance with the conditions of the "Minimum Security Standard" issued by the National Office for Cyber ​​and Information Security, including GDPR standards. Creation of methodological guidelines for active communication of city, municipal and regional authorities with citizens, directly managed organizations, entrepreneurs and other entities to collect suggestions for secure electronic services in the city/municipality/region, including compliance with the principles of intentional and standard protection of personal data (Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default)
  3. Creation of joint service centers focused on data analysis, evaluation of public policies, strategic planning, etc. at the regional level.