Information Technology and Telecommunications (DOITT)

Description

Established by Local Law No. 24, approved July 5, 1994, the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) is the City's Information Technology (IT) utility, ensuring the sustained, efficient delivery of IT services, Infrastructure and telecommunications. DoITT establishes the City's IT strategic direction, security policies and standards; procures citywide IT services; evaluates emerging technologies; provides project management, application development and quality assurance services; maintains NYC.gov, new media development and operations, and geographic information systems; operates the City's data center, the dedicated wireless network (NYCWiN) and Citywide Radio Communications systems, the wired network (CityNet), the Citywide Service Desk and telecommunications systems; administers telecommunications franchise contracts providing fiber, cable television, pay telephones, and mobile telecom equipment installed on City property and streets; supports the Emergency Communications Transformation Program, the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, and the Health and Human Services Connect and Accelerator programs; administers the technology supporting NYC 311; and fosters public-private partnerships to improve IT service delivery.

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Addresses

  255 Greenwich St., 9th Fl. New York, NY 10007    Map this
  2 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn NY, 11201    Map this

Contact Numbers

Personnel

Eusebio Formoso , Acting Commissioner, Citywide Chief Information Officer.
(212) 788-6633