Smart City, Equitable City

Building a Smart and Equitable City

    The Mayor’s Office of Technology and Innovation spearheads the City of New York’s “Smart City, Equitable City” strategy for technology and innovation. Launches
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Let's Partner Together
    From helping students learn how to code to arranging a partnership between your company and the City, there are many ways for the tech community to give back. Click to get involved.
Work for the greatest city in the world.
    NYC Tech Jobs is an initiative to highlight critical roles for developers, data analysts, and designers in City government. This is part of our effort to “rebrand” working for City government as an unparalleled opportunity to solve complex urban challenges, create massive impact, and learn new skills.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces Computer Science for All
    The initiative will make NYC the largest school district in the country to provide computer science education to over 1 million students in over 1,800 public schools.

Message from the Mayor

Mayor Bill de Blasio

"Technology is critical to New York's place as a 21st Century city. Not just because tech brings lots of investment and jobs–but because successful cities have always thrived on the disruption new technology brings. New York kept its position as global leader by moving forward with technological and economic advances, and this administration is committed to doing everything to expand our talent pool and develop our innovation economy."

Mayor Bill de Blasio, Keynote Address at Internet Week New York


NYC Forward

Key Programs & Initiatives