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Rachel Sterne's road map for the digital city of NYC

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The future of a connected world: Rachel Sterne's road map for the digital city of NYC

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http://www.mikebloomberg.com/NYC_Digital_Roadmap_05162011.pdf


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  • http://nyc.gov/digital
  • On January 24, 2011, the City of New York announced the role of Chief Digital Officer: http://www.nyc.gov/html/media/html/news/cto_announcement.shtml http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rachel-sterne/how-you-can-help-shape-ny_b_821276.html
  • http://twitter.com/rachelsterne http://twitter.com/#!/rachelsterne/favorites
  • http://www.quora.com/New-York-City-Government/How-can-New-York-City-use-technology-to-serve-citizens
  • http://www.quora.com/New-York-City-Government/How-can-New-York-City-use-technology-to-serve-citizens
  • http://www.nyc.gov/html/simplicity/html/home/home.shtml
  • http://nycsimplicity.wordpress.com/2011/02/09/new-york-city-employees-have-an-idea-we-want-to-hear-it/
  • http://www.livestream.com/nycgov
  • http://www.mikebloomberg.com/index.cfm?objectid=F994FBA2-C29C-7CA2-FBEE94BD47BD91A3 http://www.mikebloomberg.com/NYC_Digital_Roadmap_05162011.pdf
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    • 1. The future of a connected world Rachel Sterne’s road map for the digital city of NYC
    • 2. The future of a connected world Page  Road map for the digital city of NYC
    • 3. The future of a connected world Page  Rachel Sterne as New York City’s first Chief Digital Offcier
    • 4. The future of a connected world Page 
      • Needs: Listen and help New Yorkers connect to the information and services they need on NYC.gov, 311 online, and platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
      • Solutions: Save taxpayer dollars with lean digital tools and public-private partnerships.
      • Coordination: Get more out of existing City assets and make it easier for agencies to do their jobs - through collaboration and training.
      Rachel Sterne’s focus
    • 5. The future of a connected world Page  Share ideas and be part of the solution
    • 6. The future of a connected world Page  Share ideas and be part of the solution
    • 7. The future of a connected world Page  Share ideas and be part of the solution
    • 8. The future of a connected world Page  Share ideas and be part of the solution
    • 9. The future of a connected world Page  Share ideas and be part of the solution
    • 10. The future of a connected world Page  Share ideas and be part of the solution
    • 11. The future of a connected world Page  NYC Digital Announcement
    • 12. The future of a connected world Page  Road map for the digital city of NYC
    • 13. The future of a connected world Page  Acces Open Government Engagement Industry
      • The City of New York ensures that all New Yorkers can access the Internet and take advantage of public training sessions to use it effectively. It will support more vendor choices to New Yorkers, and introduce Wi-Fi in more public areas.
      • By unlocking important public information and supporting policies of Open Government, New York City will further expand access to services, enable innovation that improves the lives of New Yorkers, and increase transparency and efficiency.
      • The City will improve digital tools including nyc.gov and 311 online to streamline service and enable citizen-centric, collaborative government. It will expand social media engagement, implement new internal coordination measures, and continue to solicit community.
      • New York City government, led by the New York City Economic Development Corporation, will continue to support a vibrant digital media sector through a wide array of programs, including workforce development, the establishment of a new engineering institution, and a more streamlined path to do business.
      Road map for the digital city of NYC
    • 14. The future of a connected world Page  NYC.gov metrics at a glance