A civic tech collaborative from St. Louis has developed a solution to help non-violent traffic offenders trapped in the court system.
Meet the organizations and cities that make up the Civic Tech and Data Collaborative.
A civic technology partnership in Boston is transforming the way young people find summer employment.
Learn how civic hackathons are leading to breakthrough innovations.
We set out to learn about civic technology, unsure of where our learning questions would lead us. Our open-sourced approach offered us endless opportunities to deepen our knowledge and expand our imp…
Our newest blog series delves into four, unique accelerants that put U.S. cities on the verge of something "very special" in 2016. In this post: the ubiquity and power of technology.
How can multi-site cohorts build relationships and trust, and facilitate shared learning? One intern shares four lessons from Living Cities seven year history of working with cohorts across cities an…
To truly leverage the potential of technology to achieve dramatically better results for low-income people, Philanthropy must drive solutions in more intentional ways.
This week's round-up of reading recommendations highlights steps being taken improve the lives of low-income people -- from Pope Francis' call to address poverty and inequality, to efforts to accompl…
A new effort to harness the transformative power of data technology to improve the lives of low-income people.
Cities who are serious about the move toward open data are learning how to benchmark themselves against others.
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Any civic hacker or technologist should consider working with me and others to begin to directly address and improve city services.
The promise of civic tech lies in its potential to harness the disruptive power of the Internet and accelerate the pace of innovation.