A directory of catalogs, collections, and galleries of resources aimed at strengthening the civic tech ecosystem (like the Civic Tech Field Guide itself).
your platform for political dialogue
The Brick House Cooperative is a publishing platform designed, owned and operated by journalists—ad-free, expandable and subscription-based.
This page provides an overview of open source projects that are developed, commissioned or funded by public administrations in the state of Berlin. With this offer, we want to improve the transparency of the public IT landscape and invite the digital community in Berlin and beyond to work collaboratively on the development of good software for our city. Diese Seite bietet einen Überblick über Open Source-Projekte, die von öffentlichen Verwaltungen im Land Berlin entwickelt, beauftragt oder gefördert werden. Mit diesem Angebot möchten wir die Transparenz der öffentlichen IT-Landschaft verbessern und die Digital-Community in Berlin und darüber hinaus einladen, kollaborativ an der Entwicklung guter Software für unsere Stadt zu arbeiten.
The Technology and Public Purpose (TAPP) Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for practitioners at the intersection of responsible technology development to explore multidisciplinary approaches to maximizing the societal benefits of emerging technologies while minimizing the harms.
Diversify Tech connects underrepresented people in tech to jobs scholarships, events, speaking opportunities and more.
Archive of New York City directories
The IT University of Copenhagen and the Danish Agency of Digitisation have established a Research Centre for Government IT. The purpose of the centre is to contribute to research-based knowledge and competence development regarding government IT projects, including operation and maintenance of IT systems.
Track developments in rhino poaching court cases across South Africa
Lets people draw their own representative districts as well as advocate to their state's redistricting process
Pol Comm Tech is an academic research group at the University of Ottawa focused on exploring the intersections of politics, communication, and technology.
In 2017, Media Democracy Fund launched a pilot for PhDX, a fellowship program designed to pair graduate or PhD level university students with a background in technology with DC-based public interest technology policy organizations for an immersive fellowship experience over two consecutive summers.
New York City is launching the second cohort of its NYC[x] Innovation Fellows program to expand on this successful collaboration, embedding small teams of technologists with City agencies to rapidly solve specific challenges through the use of best practices in digital service delivery.
Visualizing climate change
Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño del Tecnológico de Monterrey; es un espacio queofrece información actual y útil que permite el análisis, medición yevaluación de las ciudades mexicanas, para incidir en la planeación y latoma de decisiones que contribuirán a mejorar la calidad de vida urbana delas personas.
Discontinued crowd-funded journalism project
Tracking the development and thinking of the newest undergraduate program at UM's Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
Tonika Lewis Johnson’s Folded Map™ Project visually connects residents who live at corresponding addresses on the North and South Sides of Chicago.
The full compilation of enacted US law wasn't available as a complete and accessible digital collection...until now.
Plan✕ is a platform for creating and publishing digital planning services. It aims to make planning less hard work, for everyone.
We hope to increase the ability of the U.S. government to recruit modern technical leaders in order to achieve critical economic, policy, and human outcomes.
PDX CitySync is an ambitious, innovative project from the eGovernment Team and the City of Portland. Currently in Beta, built on Drupal 7.
Everyone is talking about AI, but how and where is it actually being used? We've mapped out interesting examples where AI has been harmful and where it's been helpful.
The adoption of policing technologies must be guided by democratic legitimacy and an imperative to minimize harm.
Our mission is to provide news product professionals with an inclusive community of support and elevate product leadership within the news community
Design With is a free, self-scheduled guide to collaborative design for social change.
ᴜᴄʟᴀʙ is a visualization research group situated between design, computing, and the humanities.
Advancing the responsible adoption of Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technologies for the benefit of humanity.
Tech tips for nonprofit peeps. Do well while doing good.
The Technology Assessment Design Handbook offers both GAO’s own staff and other interested users tools and approaches to think about when designing technology assessments.
Vote Lab is the innovation and research arm of When We All Vote. It was built to ensure that our voter engagement programs are informed by the best available research and evidence and creates opportunities to drive new experimentation and learning.
Una guía para ayudarte a dar esos primeros pasos. Con un poco de dedicación y esfuerzo, no tendrás nada que envidiarle a los podcast que te inspiraron, al menos no en términos de calidad de sonido.
A global forum to discuss and debate digital transformation within the humanitarian sector, with a focus on data protection laws and humanitarian protection, policy, ethics and action.
Transforming the justice system with digital & technology services
What do your tweets make other people think about your political views? If you are an American Twitter user, log-in to our app below to see how how our model scores your tweets on a continuum from "very liberal" to "very conservative."
We build digital brands and products for the future of government. A digital brand and product design studio
Building community power through journalism. Newsrooms created by, with and for everyone
Urban Reviewer catalogs over 150 urban renewal plans that NYC adopted to get federal funding for acquiring land, relocating the people living there, demolishing the structures and making way for new public and private development.
The XR Collaboratory (XRC) at Cornell Tech works with faculty, researchers and students from computer vision, computer graphics, and human-computer interaction, as well as practitioners in application areas such as healthcare, education, and architecture.
Mapping the videos of the US Capitol building attack
Add, view, or discuss places of value to your local community (including Assets of Community Value and assets owned and run by the community). KeepItInTheCommunity, the site that maps Assets of Community Value and other community-owned spaces and places, is moving to a new home with the Plunkett Foundation.
The premier forum for advances in visualization and visual analytics
The Polarization Lab at Duke brings together scholars from the social sciences, statistics, and computer science to study how to bridge America’s partisan divide.
A guide on how to manage technical debt in government software development projects.
Our syllabus is a set of free, open access ‘teach the teacher’ materials designed to help educators teach master’s level students the skills they need to thrive as public servants in the Digital Era.
Apolitical's list of climate policy breakthroughs by governments around the world
Play or Get Played – the app antidote to deceptive political ads, from HonestAds.org.
We’re a leading independent digital agency that works with the public and third sectors. Last year, we worked with 80 organisations on over 140 projects to deliver positive, sustainable change.
A global map of malaria rates over time
At the Innovation Lab, an arm of the Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics team at the Government Accountability Office, we’re using emerging technology to rethink analytics, auditing, and cybersecurity.