Technology and internet access are an essential part of our day-to-day lives, but many families struggle to afford these necessary tools. Atlanta Housing Chief Information Officer Brian Benn is working to bridge that digital divide. In addition to securing the agency’s information assets and providing systems that increase efficiency and productivity, he is also creating opportunities for Atlanta Housing residents to improve their digital literacy and gain access to technology and the internet.
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