Bringing Metropolitan Washington together to improve work & life for all
Connected DMV helps DC, Maryland, and Virginia communities, governments, organizations, and enterprises work together to enable public services that promote prosperity and serve the public good equitably.
Our Partner Network
All types of leaders—from elected officials to nonprofit and business executives, architects, technologists, lawyers, professors, public safety officials, and more—are a part of this movement. They give time, expertise, and/or financial support to shape our strategy and pave the way for long-term success.
Why think this big?
Planning ahead allows us to proactively shape the future we want and realize the benefits of scale. It means that all communities contribute and benefit. It means every project or initiative will be compatible with a larger vision for an efficient, modernized region.
2021 & Beyond
Ongoing regional coordination
Robert White, Jr.,
Council of the
District of Columbia
[This] is an exciting opportunity for us to build on our region’s capacity for innovation, make new investments in our infrastructure, and deliver better services to all of our constituents.
Dr. Sokwoo Rhee,
Associate Director, National Institute of Standards & Technology
This team's comprehensive vision, coupled with their determination to collaborate across the public sector, private sector, and academia is well aligned with the goal of the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) program.
Rosie Allen-Herring, President & CEO,
United Way of the National Capital Area
We care about making Greater Washington a smart region because it can level the playing field to make it easier for all people to get to work, access the internet, and live in a safe neighborhood.