Open311 holds the promise for innovative technology to not only transform citizen engagement and communication, but also drive efficiency and cost-savings in government.
The Civic Commons Marketplace — currently in private beta – aligns cities around the technologies they buy and build by fostering an engaged community of government decision-makers, organizations, and vendors.
Change by Us is a new digital platform that enables citizens to collaborate on projects for city improvement themselves.
Checkbook NYC 2.0, a financial transparency product developed by the NYC Comptroller’s office, will be open source.
Weave enables users to explore, analyze, and disseminate data from any location at any time. Soon to be opensource, enabling greater development and further innovation on this important platform.
New York Law School released the apps, CityAdmin and CityLaw, in attempts to boost transparency and efficiency in city governments — now available for use in cites nationwide.
San Francisco’s Enterprise Addressing System is a web-based system for managing the city’s master database of physical addresses. Now opensource, the application is available for broader deployment.