Published: April 02, 2013
(BALTIMORE, Maryland) April 2, 2013 - Challenging the technology community to use innovative resources to find solutions and new ideas for the City’s Recreation and Parks system, Baltimore City Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Chris Tonjes and gb.tc (F.K.A Greater Baltimore Tech Council) Chief Instigator Jason Hardebeck invite the IT community to Hack the Parks.
Published: December 17, 2012
Congratulations to the Digital Harbor Foundation and the B’more Pipeline initiative for winning Code for America’s Race for Reuse Engagement Award!
The Mayor’s Office of Information Technology is proud to support Digital Harbor Foundation and the Bmore Pipeline Initiative. Bmore Pipeline, a project in partnership with Code for America, is one of many great Digital Harbor Foundation initiatives which seeks to link aspiring IT professionals and entrepreneurs with resources, opportunities, and mentors in the Baltimore tech community.
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Published: November 08, 2012
The Mayor’s Office of Information Technology, in partnership with gb.tc, will be sponsoring a civic apps contest with $10,000 in cash prizes up for grabs, announced Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at Thursday’s Tech Night at Lexington Market.
Published: July 06, 2012
As CIO for DC Public Library, Tonjes spearheaded broadband expansion, created first library iPhone app.
Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the appointment of Chris Tonjes as the new chief information officer in the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology (MOIT). Mr. Tonjes—currently serving as chief information officer for DC Public Library (DCPL), the District of Columbia’s public library system—was selected as part of a competitive national search effort.
“We are excited to announce the appointment of a qualified and forward-thinking individual t...
Published: January 07, 2012
The Mayor’s Office of Information Technology (MOIT), in partnership with the Finance Department’s Bureau of Budget Management Research (BBMR) is proud to announce the release of the City's first-ever, citizen-centric budget balancing web application designed to enable Baltimore's citizens to advise the Mayor on how to address the City’s current budget shortfall of roughly $52 million.
The application acts as an interactive view into the tough decisions the City's leadership must face to balance such a deficit and goes a step further by specifically allowing citizens to take ...
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