May 23, 2011

Road Map for the Digital City

NEW YORK City's Mayor Bloomberg has unveiled a series of tech-centric and social media initiatives, from more Wi-Fi access to government apps, a Facebook page and even live chat access with city employees as part of an effort to make the Big Apple the top-ranked city in the country.

New York City's government is already a leader in digital engagement, hosting nyc.gov, the 311 online help site and more than 200 social media channels, blogs, newsletters and mobile applications that reach over 25 million residents, businesses and visitors a year.

But the city is pushing forward to become even more connected, as outlined in a 60-page "Road Map for the Digital City" report released recently.

1 comment:

lauren said...

Its really good to see the efforts made to make Big Apple the top-ranked city in the country.I completely agree with you that New York City's government is already a leader in digital engagement.Nice work.
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