1. Code for America By The Numbers


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    Code for America is a new public service fellowship dedicated to making governments more open, efficient and participatory through technology. This is the story of the nonprofit by the numbers since…

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    • NASA OpenGov Presentation at Gov 2.0 Conference


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      Nicholas Skytland draws out (quite literally) the vision for the Open Government Team at NASA, on paper at ~20X normal speed. Find the associated blog post at: http://open.nasa.gov/blog/2011/10/26/beyond-140-characters/

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      • Apps For Democracy Community Edition


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        DC wants to hear citizens’ ideas about problems that could be solved through technology, as well as their ideas about the perfect system to receive feedback and service requests. Armed with…

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        • Civic Commons - Overview


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          Introduction to Civic Commons (civiccommons.org), a new non-profit initiative that helps governments use shared technology to improve public services, transparency, accountability, citizen participation,…

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          • DGREE – Tim O'Reilly on Education as an Open System


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            Tim O’Reilly of O’Reilly Media describes the changing model in government from a money-in-services-out vending machine to the platform idea. With data.gov, there’s a move to provide…

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            • Community Activators


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              Activate community contributors today.

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              • SML: Rules and Regulations


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                • SML: What is Gov 2.0?


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