Private NYC coalition to share data with city for pandemic recovery
Eleven tech companies, nonprofits and community organizations have agreed to share their data with the city as agencies strive to understand the coronavirus pandemic's effects and how they can mitigate them.
NYC chooses four sustainability-focused startups for accelerator program
The accelerator will help companies focused on air quality, water quality, cleaning-product delivery and energy-use cut through red tape and build their businesses in New York City.
NYC Council makes Mayor's Office of Data Analytics a permanent part of city government
The legislation makes the city's cross-cutting data analytics office a required piece of the mayor's office.
New York City extends behavioral design program for two years, citing initial success
The city says it will continue to build on newfound methods of encouraging positive behavior in the areas of health, education, workforce and others.
Mayors pledge to refuse business from vendors opposed to net neutrality rules
A group of city and county leaders are encouraging others from around the country to join their "name and shame" campaign.
NYC's new 911 center has quiet rooms for decompressing after stressful calls
Answering longstanding needs from dispatchers and public safety workers, one of the busiest cities in the nation is transitioning to a modern dispatch center.
NYC begins installing 10,000 free Wi-Fi kiosks
Part of the LinkNYC network, the kiosks will support up to 250 wireless devices each