The Citizens' Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board

Citizens' Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board with community members


Attendee(s) Joneil Sampana, CTTAB – E-Gov Committee Chair Jon Madamba, Dokoji Seth Vincent, Code for Seattle Luke Swart, Hey Duwamish   Old Business: Recap 2015 Work Plan and the E-Gov intersection of sectors Cross-Sector network of people Digital tools that foster civic engagement New Business New mapping tools that encourage citizen engagement Hey Duwamish Seattle […]
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray dropped by the Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB) meeting last week to discuss the City’s efforts on broadband, digital equity and low-income Internet programs, e-government services and privacy. The thirty community members in attendance had a chance to ask him about the challenges of balancing openness with privacy, the […]
The following position statement was adopted by CTTAB at its 3/10/15 meeting. Position Statement: Low-Income Internet Access Internet access is critical for anyone to keep up in modern American society. Everything from education, job seeking, banking and most government services are routinely offered online. The lack of an Internet connection puts people at a profound […]