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A long-term technology strategy for the City and its Citizens
  • 1. Digital PhiladelphiaConnection Content - Community
    Office of the CTO
    City of Philadelphia
    Philadelphias Public Programs Technology Strategy
    Led by the Division of TechnologyAllan Frank, Chief Technology Officer

2. Digital Philadelphia
Gigabit City
Economic Development & Jobs
Table of Contents
3. Digital Philadelphia: A long-term technology strategy for the City and its Citizens
Sustainable Roadmap
Align Public Programs with Four Goals
Engage Stakeholders
Develop programs aligned with the Administrations four goals around Enhancing Public Safety, Investing in Youth and Protecting the Most Vulnerable, Reforming Government, and Economic Recovery and Jobs
Bring together major stakeholders (citizens, business, universities/colleges, etc.) to contribute to an integrated and comprehensive technology strategy for the City of Philadelphia
Building a sustainable roadmap that orients the City towards a long-term vision for Digital Philadelphia
Branded term for this long-term public initiative is called Digital Philadelphia Creating a 10 year vision of Philadelphia Technology adoption and economic development to serve the City and its Citizens
4. Digital PhiladelphiaLinking with the Administrations core priorities
Economic Recovery and Jobs
Enhancing Public Safety
Investing in Youth and Protecting the Most Vulnerable
Reforming Government

  • Full digital access to principals, teachers,and students to educational materials online

5. Increased access to online learning opportunities such as GED and certification programs 6. Enhanced online access for college students to facilitate remote learning 7. Remote patient monitoring with hospitals/EMS 8. Enhanced e-Government technologies and revenue collection 9. Enable remote field workers with Broadband access and online applications 10. A greener city through broadband-facilitated automation of energy intensive tasks, i.e. meter reading, traffic light management 11. Potential job creation from network expansion 12. Increased access to broadband by job seekers 13. Employment linkages between institutions/ neighborhoods through broadband access 14. Direct and indirect Infotec jobs 15. Network expansion to further support video surveillance capabilities around the city and on college campuses 16. Provide wireless secure data network for field operations 17. Low cost tracking technology for those under house arrest 18. Reliable redundancy for critical City field operations

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