The National Institute of Standards and Technology has released an open source tool, AppVet, that makes it easier for agencies to test mobile applications security and reliability.
Northern Virginia-based development firm GovTribe recently released an upgrade to its federal procurement iPhone app hord.
PublicStuff helps local governments turn service requests and inquiries into tangible community improvements by connecting people directly to their city representatives from their laptop, mobile phone or tablet.
Finally, a bike-sharing program is coming to San Francisco!
Today, open data and its power to transform a city and a nation by engaging tech savvy citizens will be on display at San Francisco City Hall. And just as importantly, companies that have been successful because of forward thinking open data policies will testify to our elected leaders about its importance.
Walkonomics mobile app rates and maps the pedestrian-friendliness of every street in San Francisco, Manhattan and England.
BillTrack50 provides convenient and user-friendly 50-state legislative data to both citizens and those with a professional interest.
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.
Vice President of Community Adriel Hampton pitches NationBuilder Government, a unified web, communications and CRM database solution.
Captricity solves the “paper problem,” unlocking digital, machine-readable data from paper.
Great “Connected Empowerment” video featuring San Francisco Chief Innovation Officer Jay Nath and civic action platform, Neighborland.
There’s been a great deal of discussion around the value of civic apps contests, and now there’s a book for that.
We’re told American success equals economic growth. The data tells a different story: GDP doesn’t predict better lives, but civic measures do.
Visualizing Health Reform is the go-to source for factual, easy-to-understand information on health care reform in Illinois.
The Art of Community Wellness uses civic health data to demonstrate the importance of arts education to communities, civic involvement and overall wellbeing.
For those of you interested in starting or joining the civic technology movement where you live, watch Code for America Brigade program director Kevin Curry discuss how designers and developers are doing just this everywhere across the United States.
Politify simulates of the financial impacts of the plans proposed by Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.
Later today, as part of Innovation Month, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will unveil SF Recreation & Park’s official iPhone App, SFRECPARK, developed for San Francisco by mobile commerce company Appallicious.
San Francisco will announce proposed revisions to open data legislation Monday that includes the creation of a chief data officer who will serve as the primary evangelist for making city data freely-available to the public.
sf.citi brings out the the tech heavyweights for a new video imagining what civic technology could do for a “smarter San Francisco.”