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December 12, 2017

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NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT)

About NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT):

DoITT is responsible for modernizing, unlocking, and innovating to improve IT infrastructure and service delivery in New York City government. Modernizing by implementing state-of-the-art information technology to improve services to New Yorkers. Unlocking by making government more transparent and accountable to New Yorkers. Innovating by employing cutting-edge tools, methods, and relationships to empower New Yorkers.

DoITT provides for the sustained, efficient and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to New York City’s residents, businesses, employees and visitors.

The City of New York, through its vast network of 120 agencies, boards and offices, serves more than eight million residents, 300,000 employees and 230,000 businesses every day—and approximately 50 million visitors each year. As the City’s technology leader, DoITT is responsible for maintaining the foundational IT infrastructure and systems that touch every aspect of City life—from public safety to human services, from education to economic development—crossing the full spectrum of governmental operations.

DoITT is a service provider, standard-setter, and IT innovator. But its role has evolved well beyond “keeping the lights on.” In addition to focusing on work in the data center, DoITT is at the center of shaping IT strategy and policy, especially as it relates to the emerging and innovative technologies that stand to make government even more effective and user-friendly. With more than 1,200 staff at seven locations and an operating budget of $375 million, DoITT works to empower New Yorkers and the agencies that serve them with innovative and accessible technology solutions.

Positions Available:

Various IT and Administrative positions. To learn more, please visit www.nyc.gov/doitt.