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Rachel Sterne
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City of New York

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  • 1. THE DIGITAL CITYMayor Bloomberg’s Planto Realize NYC’s Tech Potential
  • 2. MAYOR BLOOMBERGEntrepreneur, Technologist, Innovator
  • 3. THE MAYOR’S OFFICE OF MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENTStreamlining communications and supporting industry    
  • 4. HOW CAN WE MAKE NYC A PLATFORM FORINNOVATION?
  • 5. THE ROADMAP
  • 6. ACCESS: BRIDGE THE DIGITAL DIVIDE• NYC Connected Learning has served 72 schools, 61 tech centers andover 15,000 low-income students• Choices: Verizon FiOS available in every home by the end of 2014• Wi-Fi: hotspots in 40 parks and every branch of every library
  • 7. EDUCATION: LEARN AND EMPOWER• iZone: Tech-powered teaching• Cornell-Technion Applied Sciences NYC: A Game-changer• NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress: Building the future• Academy for Software Engineering: Equipping high schoolers
  • 8. OPEN GOVERNMENT: INNOVATION & TRANSPARENCY• More than 900 API-enabled public data sets to unlock innovation• Data visualizations Tumblr shows what’s possible• NYC Big Apps competition rewards creativity
  • 9. OPEN GOVERNMENT: SAVING LIVESOpen Data helped us scale service delivery during Hurricane Irene Before
  • 10. OPEN GOVERNMENTPartners building maps from City information served over 15 times asmany nearby residents and workers After
  • 11. ENGAGEMENT: THE NUMBERSNYC.gov • 2.6M unique visitors • 1M pagesSocial Media • 1.8M fans, followers, app users and subscribers • 250+ channels
  • 12. ENGAGEMENT: @NYCGOV GOES SOCIALOne-stop shops on Facebook, Foursquare, Tumblr and Twitter
  • 13. ENGAGEMENT: WHY DO YOU #LOVENYC?1,900 photos that show NYC through the eyes of New Yorkers
  • 14. ENGAGEMENT:MEET THE APPS!
  • 15. ENGAGEMENT: REINVENTING NYC.GOVOver 100 participants, 2,000 manhours, 10 prototypes = 1 hackathonweekend
  • 16. ENGAGEMENT: REINVENT NYC.GOV WINNERSearch-centric, data-driven, welcoming and intuitive
  • 17. INDUSTRY: BECOMING THE DIGITAL CAPITAL OF THE WORLD“There’s never been a better time for tech in NYC”
  • 18. INDUSTRY: THE NEW .NYC TOP-LEVEL DOMAIN A web address for the greatest city on earth, coming 2013www.yournamehere.nyc  
  • 19. INDUSTRY: INCREASING DIVERSITYA call to action for tech companies, from over 100,000 youth