Assessment, led by the DoITT Commissioner, to determine the current state of the Emergency Communications Transformation program and to make recommendations on how to correct any deficiencies in the overall management of the program going forward.
Director of Public Affairs for the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics Nicholas O'Brien Testifies Before the City Council Technology Committee Oversight Hearing on the Implementation of NYC's Open Data Law
DoITT General Counsel Charles Fraser Testifies before the City Council Committees on Recovery and Resiliency & Fire and Criminal Justice Services Oversight Hearing on Intro. 425-2014 / Communications Access Planning
DoITT Commissioner Anne Roest Testifies on the Department of Investigation's Report on the Emergency Communication Transformation Program Before the City Council Committees on Fire and Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Contracts, Oversight and Investigation, and Technology
Press Kit accompanying the announcement of the LinkNYC initative to replace the city's aging public pay telehone infrastructure with new, state-of-the-art public ommunications structures providing free high-speed WiFi and free domestic calling.
DoITT Deputy Commissioner for Application Development Management Donald Sunderland Testifies in Front of the Committee on Contracts on Intros. 365 / Collaborative Software Purchasing and 366 / Free and Open Source Software
DoITT Deputy Commissioner for Application Development Management Donald Sunderland Testifies in Front of the Committee on Technology on Intro 564 / Online Submission of City Business Permits, Licenses and Applictions
DoITT Associate Commissioner and Director for Public Safety IT Programs David Kirks Testifies Before the City Council Committee on Technology on Intro 1158 / Reporting on the Routing of Calls Near the Boundaries of NYC
Local Law 11 of 2012 requires City-managed data be made available to the public through a single web portal. This document defines the Citywide policies, standards, and guidelines required to support that legislation as amended.
Local Law 61 of 2017 requires a review of the feasibility of allowing online submission of applications for permits, licenses, and registrations issued by City agencies. The review also requires an evaluation of the feasibility of creating and maintaining a single web portal for this information.
To enhance the public’s access to 911, in 2014 the Administration began developing a long-term strategy for implementing a Next Generation 911 system. This report describes the current implementation plan, the steps taken since the prior report, and other relevant information.
Pursuant to LL78 of 2016, a report detailing efforts to transition to the next generation 9-1-1 emergency assistance system: current implementation plan, steps planned and taken towards implementation of NG9-1-1, and discussion of feasibility of implementing an interim 9-1-1 text message capability