NYC Council Member and Chair of New York City Council’s Committee on Technology in Government, Gale A. Brewer will talk about NYC Broadband initiatives at the next Internet Society of New York (ISOC-NY) meeting
Thursday June 16, 2005 (3rd Thursday of the month)
New York University
5th floor conference room
82 Washington Square East
All meetings are free and open to the public
Pless Hall is across from Washington Square Park, at corner of Washington Square East and Washington Place (between Waverly and West 4th). Entrance is on Washington Place.
About the New York City Council’s Committee on Technology in Government
The primary goals of the Committee on Technology in Government are (1) to expand digital equality by increasing access to broadband in underserved communities of New York City (2) to increase the strategic use of technology in government, thereby, increasing efficiency in government and enhancing the quality of public services, and (3) to promote the openness and transparency of government by making sure that public information is accessible to every New York City resident. Through its ability to hold oversight hearings over City agencies and introduce and hear legislation, the Committee on Technology in Government works to achieve its goals in partnership with the private, public and nonprofit sectors.
More information about the Committee and the Chair of the Committee, Council Member Gale A. Brewer, can be found at the following link:
All Committee briefing papers from the current session (beginning in January 2004) are also available at this link.