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BillTrack50 provides convenient and user-friendly 50-state legislative data to both citizens and those with a professional interest.
It hasn’t garnered the accolades San Francisco historically has, but it appears Oakland is starting to pull ahead in the Bay Bridge Open Government Series.
Park.it creates happy drivers driving in cities like San Francisco, by helping them avoid parking tickets or tow away charges along with parking choices at their fingertips.
Weekly wrap-up of civic news.
The Knight Foundation recently announced it is launching a news challenge beginning February 12 that will allocate $5 million in funding to innovative open government projects.
Great California Forward video on Palo Alto‘s open data efforts featuring city manager James Keene, chief information officer Jonathan Reichental and mayor Yiaway Yeh.
Vice President of Community Adriel Hampton pitches NationBuilder Government, a unified web, communications and CRM database solution.
On January 22-23, the Institute for the Future will host Connected Citizens, a 24-hour collective forecasting game to “to rethink and reprogram government services for a complex and connected world.”
January CivicMeets will be held in Sacramento, San Francisco and Vancouver (Rumor has it Oakland is starting one soon).
Piwik creator Matthieu Aubry shares how the open source real time web analytics tool may be a viable option for government.
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