Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
The Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB) studies and makes recommendations to the Mayor, Seattle IT, and the City Council on issues referred to CTAB by the Mayor or Councilmembers relating to information and communications technology. CTAB members may also bring forward for consideration other issues of community-wide interest relating to information and communications technology.
CTAB consists of ten members who serve two year terms, with six members appointed by the Mayor and four appointed by the City Council. All members serve without compensation. The duties of CTAB are as follows:
- Regarding information and communications technology issues, to conduct research, hearings, and workshops, to make written recommendations, and to report its findings and recommendations to the Mayor and City Council; and
- Perform such other duties as may from time to time be appropriate and approved by resolution of the City Council.
CTAB meetings are open to the public. For more information on how to get involved, visit the CTAB website.