Wednesday June 19, 2019

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NYC Residents Suggest Spending Stimulus $s on Tech

City Councilwoman Gale Brewer chaired a meeting of the NYC Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) in late July, an opportunity for NYC residents to make proposals to the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) about what tech projects they’d like to see if the DoITT could secure some of the Obama Administration’s stimulus funds set aside for tech projects.  Below, you’ll find a video of the meeting.

New York Greater Metropolitan Area Chapter of the Internet Society

> NYC Seeks Proposals to Close Broadband Gap

  • Samuel Wong

    You may also visit http://www.nycbroadband.blogspot.com for more information on NYC Broadband Advisory Committee and the BTOP. You may also contact our office by twittering @samjwong with the hash #nycbtop or call us at (212) 788-6975.
    To continue the conversation our office and ISOC/NY has set up a forum: the link is http://www.bit.ly/nycbtop. To post messages to the listserv, you would need to email nycbtop@lists.isoc-ny.org – we encourage you to distribute this listserv to all interested parties and those who were unable to attend last week’s event.
    We look forward to working with all of you.