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Update: We recently added links to a number of open positions in the Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT). Check the job descriptions below for more information. We'll continue to add links...

There are many ways to improve your internet connection.

Meet Joey Headley and learn about his journey from starting out as a DoIT fellow to becoming a full-time Data Analyst on the Analytics Team.

The new leadership joining the City’s Department of Innovation and Technology will strengthen services for constituents and employees.

The Affordable Connectivity Program offers eligible households up to $30 per month for broadband service, and up to $100 in a one-time discount for a digital device.

Leaning on research from General Assembly, we’ve made an update to our how-to pages that is already boosting engagement.

The report to document the quality and accessibility of residential and small business Internet service.

Whether you’re new to the area or a seasoned Bostonian, saving money as a college student is something we can all get behind.

The Digital Equity Fund will support 19 organizations with nearly $500,000.

By working with a local partner, we’re keeping ourselves honest when it comes to accessibility.

During the 2020 election, we used our City brand to help bring trust and clarity to the voting process.

In total, $250,000 will be awarded to local organizations working to increase digital resources available to Boston residents.

Show off your Boston pride and creativity in our third holiday Boston "B" contest!

Thanks to a user experience research group, we’re designing a more intuitive version of one of our more popular pages.

Thanks to some eye-opening user research, we’re re-thinking our approach to how we craft and send City newsletters.

Working from Code for Boston’s initial Alexa Skill deployment, we teamed up with General Assembly students to improve the design of our new voice application.

We're encouraging residents to ensure their information is secure.

We're encouraging residents to ensure their information is secure.

We’re always looking for support to tell the stories of Boston. This summer, we got help from three local high schoolers.

Public computer access begins at the Central Library and free 24-hour outdoor wi-fi access launches at nine branch locations

Our goal is to build digital experiences that work for all residents. That means we are constantly looking to make digital tools better and more accessible for our users. We wanted to highlight some...

Our seven-minute documentary about the creation of markers at the Boston Marathon bombing sites has now received award recognition.

We have new and updated information on Boston.gov that we think might be helpful to you this summer.

If someone gets a code enforcement ticket but they’re not sure what it is, will they pay the fine? Probably not. With a new envelope design, we’re hoping to fix that.

Cyber criminals use moments of uncertainty to trick us into clicking on unsafe links or opening unsafe files. Often, they take advantage of topics in the news.

Many City of Boston employees have been asked to work from home and we want to ensure you remain cybersafe. Please read the cybersecurity tips below on how to stay cybersafe while outside the office.

The dashboards provide up-to-date information about COVID-19.

We have information and resources on connecting to the Internet and accessing technology resources.

The team compiled an end of year report highlighting major projects over the years.

We asked. You answered. Here's a look at the 17 new designs to come out of our Holiday "B" design contest.

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