Monday, September 27, 2010

Help Guide City's Digital Future By Serving on Advisory Board

Seattle City Council along with Mayor Mike McGinn are looking for four candidates for the Citizens’ Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB), established in 1995, which starts meeting again in January.  The Board Members help in shaping city technology and city government telecommunications policies.

The description on the website says;
The 10-member board advises City officials on issues of community-wide interest relating to telecommunications and technology, including broadband, digital divide issues, open government and community technology applications, online public engagement, and cable television. Members serve a two-year term, must reside in Seattle and serve without compensation. The city wants a wide range of technology experience and expertise. Seniors, women, people of color and those with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Deadline for applications is September 28th.  send your letter of interest and resume to Nicole Schultz at or you can call her at 206-386-1038 for more information.

CTTAB meets the second Tuesday of every month from 6-8 p.m. in Room 2750 of Seattle Municipal Tower.

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