Across America, government employees are accelerating city innovation by sharing their best ideas, collaborating with local civic hackers, and enlisting elite technologists for a year of service.
Are you a forward-thinking public servant? Join our community of local government innovators (known as the CfA Peer Network) for access to free, actionable content tailored to support your work in civic innovation. Benefits include:
- Guides, case studies and training on gov 2.0 skills and strategies
- Notifications for Code for America’s app releases
- The latest civic tech news
- Invites to private network events
- Access to a network of 200+ likeminded civic tech innovators
Featured Peer Network members:
“Code for America provides an ideal forum for discussion on developing standards and municipal data, and members benefit from the efforts taking place across the country to make open data more useful and more powerful.”
- Mark Headd, Chief Data Officer
City of Philadelphia
The Code for America Fellowship is an 11-month program where developers, designers, researchers, and product managers work alongside city staff to solve community issues with new technology. Past apps have supported citizen engagement, criminal justice and public health. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more, or visit our FAQ and Application for details.
Code for America’s network is developing open data standards and best practices to unlock new potential for critical categories of data like restaurant and house inspections. Get on those standards and make it easier for citizens to engage in building better services.