Thanks, @BenKallos! And sorry for the late reply. Those are indeed interesting initiatives.
But if I fear they aren’t suitable to our local context…
It would be nice to have a database (website) of “good practices”, “nice ICT use cases”, for councilors. That way we could share such initiatives (and source code) across the globe and filter them by the desired objectives and “resources” needed to implement them. Sometimes all you have is the good will of one councilor and a programmer. But even with few resources, a successful initiative can start to change political culture and ICT adoption by politicians in a city.
For example, here, a councilor is trying to create an app that allows women to report abuse cases. I find the initiative interesting since it is more than a simple and generic “talk to your councilor” app (that is starting to become popular around here). But I still think that there is potential for much more, and a database such as I described above would help to inspire new ICT uses and spread them.