Prior to 2005

  • 12/20/2005 – Proposed Int. No. 625-A — Create a temporary task force to study how affordable broadband access can be made available
  • 11/14/2005 – Updating Technology in New York City Public Housing
  • 10/28/2005 – Circuits and Seniors: Assessing the Technology Needs of Senior Citizens
  • 6/21/2005 – How City Government Can Support the Development of New York City’s Information Technology Industry
  • 6/10/2005 – Proposed Int. No. 625-A — Create a temporary task force to study how affordable broadband access can be made available
  • 5/19/2005 – Executive Budget Hearing – Technology In Government
  • 5/2/2005 – Review of the Administration’s Telecommunications Infrastructure and Economic Development Study
  • 4/19/2005 – Review of the Integrated Human Services Project: Update and Future Plans
  • 3/16/2005 – Preliminary Budget Hearing – Technology in Government
  • 2/14/2005 – Improving Participatory Democracy Through Municipal Cable Television
  • 1/28/2005 – Releasing Geographic Information Systems Data — Ensuring Security and Safety and Making Public Information Accessible
  • 1/10/2005 – Is Brooklyn Business Suffering From a Broadband Gap?
  • 12/9/2004 – Int 0017-2004–Requiring DOITT to produce an annual technology strategy
  • 11/22/2004 – The Feasibility of Wiring New Affordable Housing Developments For Broadband
  • 10/25/2004 – Int 0378-2004–Energy efficient use of City office equipment
  • 10/12/2004 – Int 0422-2004–Publication of prescription drug prices
  • 9/22/2004 – Proposed Int. No. 174-A–311 Citizen Service Center Hotline
  • 6/15/2004 – Delivering e911 Service Over Internet Telephony
  • 6/3/2004 – Proposed Int. No. 174-A–311 Citizen Service Center Hotline
  • 5/13/2004 – Executive Budget Hearings – Technology In Government
  • 4/29/20041 – Enhancing the 311 Citizen Service Center: Coordinating with Community Boards and Moving Services On-Line
  • 3/23/2004 – Preliminary Budget Hearing – Technology in Government
  • 2/10/2004 – Institutional Net, Telecommunication Infrastructure Funds and the Possibilities for Expanding Broadband Access in New York City
  • 2/23/2004 – Reserving Spectrum for Public Safety Communications
  • 11/20/2003 – August 14th Blackout: How to Improve Emergency Services, Response and Communication
  • 11/14/2003 – Shared Geography: How New York City can leverage investments in geographic information systems
  • 9/29/2003 – Making Public Information Accessible: Convening the Commission on Public Information and Communication (CoPIC)
  • 6/24/2003 – An Examination of the Department of Finance’s Recently Implemented Real Property Database System (ACRIS)
  • 5/2/2003 – Mouse Squad Tour: Students Working to Create 21st Century Learning Communities
  • 4/29/2003 – An Examination of Municipal Policies on Open Source Software Procurement
  • 4/15/2003 – Res 0744-2003–Supporting the “Buy NY Campaign”/Int 0431-2003–Authorizing an application to revise the boundaries of the East Brooklyn empire zone
  • 4/4/2003 – Help America Vote Act of 2002, 116 Stat. 1666: Assessing the Impact.  How Will The Money for Voting Modernization Be Disbursed and Spent?  How Will the Anti-Fraud Provisions Affect the Voting Process?
  • 2/6/2003 – A Review of the Human Services Extranet
  • 2/5/2003 – A review of the City’s current efforts to implement an electronic death registration system
  • 1/27/2003 – Department of Finance Collections of penalties imposed in ECB cases
  • 12/17/2002 – Int 0119-2002–Official reports be made available on city’s web site
  • 12/10/2002 – Municipal Broadband Policy and its Relationship to Economic and Community-Based Development
  • 11/22/2002 – Tour:  Department of Transportation
  • 10/28/2002 – A Review of New York City’s E-Procurement Initiatives
  • 7/26/2002 – Tour – Critical E-Government Facilities
  • 6/24/2002 – An Examination of New York City’s E-Government Initiatives
  • 5/6/2002 – Technology Lessons Learned from New York City’s Response to 9/11
  • 4/23/2002 – Creating an Online Educational Community: Recent Initiatives from the Board of Education’s Committee on Technology
  • 4/15/2002 – Using Technology to Make Government Smart, Cost Effective, and Open
  • 4/11/2002 – Strategies to Strengthen Small Business in New York City – Post 9/11
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