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City of Seattle Seeks New Members to Serve on the Community Technology Advisory Board — Apply Now

The City of Seattle is looking for volunteers to join the Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB). The ten-member board and its committees help guide city strategies and investments in information and communications technology. 

CTAB members advise Seattle’s Information Technology department, the Mayor, and City Council on a range of issues, including broadband, digital equity, mobile and web-based city services, privacy and surveillance, community engagement, small cell/5G deployment, and access to technology for students, families, and underserved residents.

Applications are being accepted through 5 p.m. on November 14, 2022. Apply online at from the City of Seattle Boards and Commissions homepage.

The city is looking for an inclusive board representative of our community. Board members come from a variety of backgrounds and do not need to work in technology to contribute. The board is currently looking to fill multiple positions. This a great opportunity to impact change directly with and learn more about government to help our community. Please go to for more information.

The City of Seattle promotes race and social justice in the makeup and work of its board members and commissioners. We encourage multicultural members of all ages, gender identification, and abilities in our community to apply. Additional information about the CTAB position appointment:

To be a Board member appointed by the Mayor or City Council:

  • You must live or work in the City of Seattle
  • You must commit to two-year appointment, potentially renewable for one additional term
  • Time commitment of around 5-10 hours per month, depending upon activity
  • Attendance at monthly meetings (the evening of the second Tuesday of each month)
  • Service to the board expected to begin in January 2023.
  • Members participate in at least one CTAB committee
  • Applicant must not be employed by the City of Seattle

There are also ongoing opportunities for non-Board members to participate in the committees of the Board. These have more flexibility in their term of service and who may be on a committee.

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