The City of New York is a national model for collecting data to measure government performance. Agencies routinely collect data on buildings, streets, infrastructure, businesses, and other entities within the City, including permits, licenses, crime related data, and 311 complaints. MODA centralizes City data, uniting previously disconnected pieces of information from various agencies, and pairs it with NY state, federal, and other open data to create a comprehensive City-wide data platform that serves as a record of City activity, and a foundation for NYC Open Data. DoITT and MODA work closely together to use that platform, DataBridge, to reduce safety risk in the City, deliver daily services more efficiently, and enforce laws more effectively.

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