Glenn Grimshaw
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Given New York City’s status as one of the world’s great cities, I was surprised to learn how inequitable broadband access is across its five boroughs. Recent analysis by the city's Center for Economic Opportunity found that 22 percent of New York City households do not have Internet service at home, and more than one-third of households below the poverty line are without access to... Read More

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Each day, throughout the world, public officials and practitioners face the daunting task of creating solutions to society's most pressing problems, as they strive to improve the lives of their citizens. These dedicated public servants are under pressure to do more with increasingly limited resources, and to be more effective and efficient. Repeatedly, history has shown that continuing to... Read More