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A directory of catalogs, collections, and galleries of resources aimed at strengthening the civic tech ecosystem (like the Civic Tech Field Guide itself).

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Open Data Policy Lab

A self-directed learning program, adapted from a selective executive education course, intended to support data stewards in creating public value through data collaboration

a multi-dimensional digital agency for organizations on a mission

Due Process Clinic at Cornell University

Due Process Clinic at Cornell University

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

The Digital Due Process Clinic provides high-quality, pro bono services to those affected by these systems.

de Wob-Knop

de Wob-Knop

Netherlands (the)

Dutch Alvateli site. Maak en bekijk Wob-verzoeken Je recht op openbaarheid van bestuur Iedereen in Nederland heeft het recht om bij een overheidsinstantie informatie op te vragen. Overheidsinstanties zijn wettelijk verplicht om je verzoek in behandeling te nemen.

Local Digital UK Training Library

Local Digital UK Training Library

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)

While COVID-19 has put a temporary stop to our classroom-based training, we have created a library of online training courses to support local authority staff to learn and develop their digital skills.

Serve in Place Fund

Serve in Place Fund

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

This Cornell University fund supports students who are participating in any type of community-based research activities or community-engaged learning projects

Open Data Policy Lab: City Incubator

A program that helps public intrapreneurs within cities around the world to develop their data innovation ideas into reality by providing dedicated support across a 6 month period.

Resettled Refugee Services and Data Explorer

Explore data on refugee community locations and resources in the United States. Built by Graphicacy with UNHCR.

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A newsletter para quem quer informação direto da fonte! Dados e documentos inéditos, tutoriais, entrevistas, bastidores, notícias e reportagens sobre e usando a Lei de Acesso à Informação (LAI). Feita pra você, a cada 15 dias, gratuitamente.

The Drivers Cooperative

We are a driver-owned ridehailing cooperative in New York City.

The Unseen Teen

The Unseen Teen

Data & Society Research Institute, West 20th Street, New York, NY, USA

THE UNSEEN TEEN: The Challenges of Building Healthy Tech for Young People a report by Data & Society

The Yearbook of International Organizations

The Yearbook of International Organizations includes detailed information on c. 73,000 international organizations from 300 countries and territories, c. 41,000 of which are active organizations. Coverage includes intergovernmental (IGOs) and international non-governmental organizations (INGOs). Approximately 1,200 new organizations are added each year.

Digital Talent Management Handbook

A comprehensive guide on how government agencies can recruit, hire, onboard, and retain digital talent.

Flying Labs

We co-create and facilitate a network of local knowledge hubs in Africa, Asia and Latin America to build on existing expertise in drones, data and AI, the “Flying Labs®” network.

Resistance Labs

Send Texts, Make Change We leverage technology and our army of passionate, remote volunteers to help progressives run and win everywhere.

Newlab Circular City Studio

Newlab Circular City Studio

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Circular City Studio, a program established with support from NYCEDC, encourages entrepreneurs to reimagine urban environments and help New York City address short, medium, and long term challenges facing our city. The 2020 iteration empowers engineers, inventors, and entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds to pilot technologies that support NYC's sustainability agenda and rethink energy, waste, and recycling systems in New York City. Selected teams will deploy products and services in testbeds around Manhattan and Brooklyn, working with program partners, domain experts, and research institutions to deliver solutions and introduce relevant technologies that can support community needs.

Data For Progress

A modernized think tank; fast-turnaround, social media-optimized, and rigorous analysis.

Listening to Leaders survey

Fielded every two to three years, Listening to Leaders survey captures perceptions and experiences from policymakers in 140 low- and middle income countries over time on a series of topics such as development priorities, donor performance and data uptake.

Data Sharing Playbook

A guide for state & local agencies on how to improve cross-organizational data sharing.

Defund Big Tech, Refund Community report

In this report, we dive into the history of public investment in technologies at the foundation of Big Tech, and the imbalances between these investments and the returns to the public sector.

Day One Project

The Day One Project is launching its Technology Policy Accelerator to identify, develop, and publish a set of technology policy ideas that could be implemented by Congress or the Biden-Harris Administration.  The accelerator is a nine-week process, designed to guide each participant as they develop an initial idea into a tailored, actionable set of policy recommendations. Selected participants will have a chance to develop their ideas with guidance from policy advisors, meet with veteran policymakers to learn more about the nuances of policy implementation, hone their ability to craft actionable policy on the federal level, and build a community with their fellow cohort. 

Urban Scratchoff

Urban Scratchoff

New York, NY

This site gives you a clever way to explore historical aerial imagery of New York City. You can click and drag on the map to "scratch off" the historical imagery and reveal the same location's present-day imagery. By Chris Whong

Global Innovation Collaborative

A collaboration between Berlin, London, New York and Paris to leverage our collective innovation and speed our recovery from Covid-19

Humanitarian Data and Trust Initiative

How can humanitarian organizations, states, civil society, academia and the private sector join forces to maximize the benefits of technology and humanitarian data while minimizing the risks of doing harm? The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the Government of Switzerland, and the OCHA Centre for Humanitarian Data have launched the Humanitarian Data and Trust Initiative (HDTI) to explore this question and advance the protection and responsible use of data in humanitarian action.


A website platform for progressive campaigns.

Organizing Empowerment

Through training, research and digital tools, our expertise in relational organizing makes an impact at hundreds of progressive organizations, including Sunrise Movement, AFL-CIO, and Rock the Vote.


This service helps councils manage all elements of waste services online, from missed bin reports to online payments for collections — and like everything we do, of course it makes things easier for citizens too.

Share My Lesson Civic Education Resources

Use these free K-12 civic education lessons, activities, blogs and webinars to help you educate students on the election and the importance of counting every vote.

Data Through Design (DxD)

DxD is an annual exhibition celebrating tangible and multimedia expressions of New York City’s Open Data. It provides space for creative engagement with data and new perspectives and understanding of its role in our society.


The ODK-X community produces free and open-source software for collecting, managing, and using data in resource-constrained environments.

Down for the Cause

Down for the Cause works to unpack various social issues and highlight the work that is being done by incredible people and organizations. DFTC aims to create a community committed to sustainable social change.

US Federal Chief Data Officer Council

The Council’s vision is to improve government mission achievement and increase the benefits to the Nation through improvement in the management, use, protection, dissemination, and generation of data in government decision-making and operations.

OpenCovid19 Initiative at JOGL

OpenCovid19 is a JOGL program that develops open-source and low-cost tools and methodologies that are safe and easy to use in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Geo Data Upload

The Geo Data Upload is a free and easy-to-use tool for organizations to share their geographic data with Google Maps.

Open Seneca

Distributing air sensors to volunteer cyclists to map pollution data throughout Lisbon Sensores distribuídos. Cinco dezenas de ciclistas vão andar a medir a poluição atmosférica – Lisboa Para Pessoas Communities of Practice Communities of Practice

United States of America (the)

Peer communities of digital US government workers. Collaborate and share resources with others across government. You must have a .gov email address to join.

Recovery Data Partnership

A first-of-its-kind effort for community, non-profit, and private organizations to share data with the City to aid in COVID-19 response and recovery efforts.

Hansard 1803–2005

Hansard 1803–2005

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)

200 years of UK Parliamentary speeches. This site has been produced from digitised editions of Commons and Lords Hansard, the Official Report of debates in Parliament. This was part of a project led by the Commons and Lords libraries.


Skylight is a digital consultancy using design and technology to help agencies deliver better public services.

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