Bill de Blasio

Remote work marked 'culmination' of NYC Cyber Command's cloud initiatives, agency heads said

by • 4 months ago

Keeping the city government running even when no one's in the office has been a vindication, leaders of New York City's cybersecurity agency said.

NYC commits $157 million to expanding broadband infrastructure

by • 7 months ago

The city more than doubled its previous financial commitment to closing the digital divide as it attempts to bring internet access to 600,000 poorly connected New Yorkers.

De Blasio orders NYPD to release more body camera footage

by • 7 months ago

Footage from all incidents in which an officer uses deadly or serious force will be made available to the public, the mayor's office said.

New York City unveils 'Internet Master Plan' for universal broadband access

by • 1 year ago

Through tight coordination across city bureaucracy and an open invitation to private industry to build, the city is pinning high hopes on a new comprehensive plan to connect every resident to the internet.

New York Police Department IT chief named citywide CIO

by • 1 year ago

Jessica Tisch, the NYPD's deputy commissioner for information technology, will take over IT administration for the nation's largest city government.

NYC algorithm task force makes broad suggestions in final report

by • 1 year ago

Mayor Bill de Blasio also announced the creation of a new position of algorithms management and policy officer to oversee the city's use of algorithms.

NYC targets homelessness with new data initiatives

by • 2 years ago

By connecting city agencies and upgrading tools used by homelessness case workers, the city hopes to improve the services it provides to its neediest residents.

New York City hires Obama administration tech adviser as CTO

by • 2 years ago

John Paul Farmer, one of the founders of the White House's popular Presidential Innovation Fellows program, is also a former professional baseball player.

New York City's algorithm task force to hold first public meetings nearly a year after creation

by • 2 years ago

The first public meeting is scheduled for April 30, but transparency advocates say the city has been slow to open its discussions to the public.