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Engagement tech

Perhaps the core premise of civic tech is that it can improve civic engagement. Whether in concert with formal governmental bodies or independent of them, civic tech promises to help citizens (in the Latin sense, of the city) engage with one another to share power in the pursuit of building just societies.

18F Digital Service Delivery Guides

Technical guides to help government departments apply user-centered development, testing to validate hypotheses, shipping often, and deploying products in the open

cat-icon GSA (General Services Administration), F Street Northwest, Washington, DC, USA

2020 Political Atlas

Our goal is to provide multiple independent data sources allowing everyone to reach their own conclusions on what will happen in the 2020 elections.

3 ways local government can improve procurement

Mariel Reed served as an Innovation Strategist for the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation, where she helped grow Startup in Residence into a national network connecting cities with startups. She recently founded CoProcure to help local governments find, buy, and share high-quality technology products from a more diverse group of vendors via streamlined, Read More

76engage

76engage is an online platform that strengthens the bonds between citizens and public institutions through meaningful public engagement.

cat-icon Ottawa, Canada
cat-icon Inter-American Development Bank, New York Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, USA

Action Alexandria, Virgina

ACT for Alexandria is a local non-profit organization that strives to increase charitable investment & community engagement in Alexandria, VA.

Action Path

Action Path is a mobile app for civic engagement produced by Erhardt Graeff at the MIT Center for Civic Media.

ActiVote

A single civic action each day ensures that a voter will never miss an election and feel empowered showing up to the polls.

cat-icon 1 Avery St, Boston, MA, USA