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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 Hardware Observatory

The Open Source Observatory (OSOR) serves as a place where the open source software community can come together to publish news, find out about events, find relevant open source software solutions and read about the use of free and open source in public administrations across and beyond Europe.

Election Tech Handbook

A crowdsourced resource for technologists building things for the (probably) upcoming general election

Tools for Reporters

Digital upheaval also means a whole universe of tools and techniques are out there to make your reporting easier, faster, harder, smarter.

Local STEM Database

A crowd-sourced web-based database of organizations, programs, and initiatives at the intersection of STEM and local government and communities.

Civic Commons wiki

The Civic Commons Wiki was a collaborative encyclopedia documenting best-practices and open standards for file formats, APIs, agile development processes, open source software, and supporting policies and licenses in the civic sector.

Clarity

The CLARITY project brings together stakeholder networks across Europe into an engaged and mobilised community that supports innovation in open eGovernment applications.

Solutions Journalism Story Tracker

The Solutions Story Tracker® is a curated, database of rigorous reporting on responses to the world's most pressing social problems.

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