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How "dig once" can democratize digital connectivity

Boosting digital connectivity will require governments, citizens, utilities and internet service providers to collaborate on dig once policies. Image: Unsplash / @frostroomhead

Corey Glickman

Global Head, Sustainability and Design Consulting Services, Infosys

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Map showing the 17 pioneer cities involved in design thinking workshops about dig once policies.
The G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance convened workshops with 17 cities worldwide, lead by Infosys, to investigate pain points and gaps in the World Economic Forum’s Dig Once policy. Image: Infosys Knowledge Institute
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