What if you could make litter, graffiti, and other problems in your neighborhood go away just by using your phone?
The civic hackathon – a gathering (either virtual or physical) of technologists for a few days or weeks to build civic-themed software – remains one of the more durable manifestations of the open government movement.
On this day one year ago, Alex Howard published his first GovFresh post. Since then, he has written a total of 302 on his OpenGovFresh blog.
Excellent TEDxLondonBusinessSchool talk on open government by FutureGov founder Dominic Campbell.
Kristy Fifelski of GovGirl.com and Reno.gov joins us on Gov 2.0 Radio to discuss Reno’s planned inaugural civic hackathon, her GovGirl video series, the upcoming National Association of Government Webmasters conference and the new NV.gov.
In a new blog post, Gartner’s Andrea Di Maio asks if it’s time to pull the plug on government Websites?
Building data. It’s a small thing, but what if the buildings where we live, work and play were able to show us how they work?
A couple of months ago, I wrote about the state of the open data program in the city of Baltimore.