This study analyses how strategic management is integrated with budgeting in the cities using the Balanced Scorecard approach, which provides a general framework to communicate and implement strategies. The approach is useful in accomplishing the strategic objectives, measures, and targets decided by city councils. It is important to align the strategic plans of various units at the different organizational levels of the city and link them together in the budgeting process, which is the main management system in most public sector organizations. The study shows how the electronic collaborative technologies can support strategic planning, implementation, and preservation of organizational knowledge. The management information system provides a platform to integrate organizational knowledge and development to facilitate strategic management.