New York’s COVID-19 tech ‘SWAT teams’ save state $14M

Considering That New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed the COVID-19 Technology SWAT Team program in late March, about 7,300 tech-industry workers have actually volunteered their services to assist the state with jobs consisting of developing apps for diagnostic and antibody tests and launching sites to show the most recent coronavirus information in New York.

New york citys Technology SWAT Teams, which were formed in March by the state IT services workplace, have helped the state save about $14 million by handling its COVID-19-related tech needs, according to StateScoop.

Jackie Drees –
Wednesday, July 29th, 2020
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Individuals from companies consisting of Microsoft, Google Cloud and Dell have actually participated in the program. Dealing with state workers, the tech SWAT groups have actually completed 40 tasks, 19 of which were done on a pro bono basis and created the $14 million in expense savings, state authorities said.

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