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Mayor Bloomberg, Chief Information & Innovation Officer Merchant and Chief Digital Officer Haot Launch Reinvent

Mayor Bloomberg, Chief Information & Innovation Officer Merchant and Chief Digital Officer Haot Launch Reinvent

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications Commissioner Rahul N. Merchant and Chief Digital Officer Rachel Haot today launched the Reinvent Payphones Design Challenge, a competition to rally urban designers, planners, technologists and policy experts to create physical and virtual prototypes that imagine the future of New York City’s public pay telephones. The goal of Reinvent Payphones is to foster innovative, data and design-driven ideas that will help modernize payphone infrastructure across the five boroughs and optimize use of public space once the City’s current payphone contracts expire in 2014. The Mayor announced the challenge through a video message this evening at the New York Tech Meetup.

Mayor Bloomberg and Investigations Commissioner Gill Hearn Announce $500 Million Payment by Prime Citytime Contractor SAIC to Settle City’s Claims

Mayor Bloomberg and Investigations Commissioner Gill Hearn Announce $500 Million Payment by Prime Citytime Contractor SAIC to Settle City’s Claims

Mayor Bloomberg and Investigations Commissioner Gill Hearn Announce $500 Million Payment by Prime Citytime Contractor SAIC to Settle City’s Claims
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Department of Investigation Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn today announced that Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) will pay more than $500 million to the United States government in settlement of charges that SAIC engaged in fraud resulting in cost overruns to implement the City’s computerized timekeeping system, CityTime.

Mayor Bloomberg and Investigations Commissioner Gill Hearn Announce $500 Million Payment by Prime Citytime Contractor SAIC to Settle City’s Claims

Mayor Bloomberg and Investigations Commissioner Gill Hearn Announce $500 Million Payment by Prime Citytime Contractor SAIC to Settle City’s Claims

Mayor Bloomberg and Investigations Commissioner Gill Hearn Announce $500 Million Payment by Prime Citytime Contractor SAIC to Settle City’s Claims Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Department of Investigation Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn today announced that Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) will pay more than $500 million to the United States government in settlement of charges that SAIC engaged in fraud resulting in cost overruns to implement the City’s computerized timekeeping system, CityTime.

Mayor Bloomberg Announces City’s Plan to Fill More Than 450 Jobs at Coney Island for Summer 2012 at Annual Job Fair

Mayor Bloomberg Announces City’s Plan to Fill More Than 450 Jobs at Coney Island for Summer 2012 at Annual Job Fair

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced the launch of the City ’s recruitment efforts to fill over 450 jobs in Coney Island this summer. The annual job fair, where local Coney Island residents are recruited to work in the amusement district, are a key component of the City’s efforts to connect local residents with jobs in their communities.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Mayor Bloomberg Announces New Partnership Between City’s Workforce1 Career Centers and Public Libraries to Help More New Yorkers Find Jobs at One of City’s 15 Centers

Mayor Bloomberg Announces New Partnership Between City’s Workforce1 Career Centers and Public Libraries to Help More New Yorkers Find Jobs at One of City’s 15 Centers

Two New Workforce1 Centers Opened Last Week in Long Island City and Staten Island, Two More Will Open in 2012 Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Small Business Services Commissioner Robert W. Walsh today announced a partnership between public libraries and the City’s Workforce1 Career Centers and the opening of the two newest Workforce1 Centers, in […]