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Much of government technology is built by private sector contractors.

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Great King Machines

We manufacture embedded city maintenance machines for city civic and green agencies to upgrade to new standards of service to the citizens.

SpaceX Starshield

Starshield leverages SpaceX's Starlink technology and launch capability to support national security efforts. While Starlink is designed for consumer and commercial use, Starshield is designed for government use, with an initial focus on three areas:


We’re a human-centered design consultancy focused on government agencies, nonprofits and enterprises with a social-impact mission.

Made Tech

We help public sector leaders to modernise legacy applications and working practices, accelerate digital service delivery, drive smarter decisions with data and enable improved technology skills within teams.

Bloom Works

Bloom Works is a women-owned public interest technology company. We help our partners create elegant, accessible services that put people first.


CivStart is a nonprofit focused on creating opportunities for underserved and unconnected communities through startups that build with local governments. Our goal is to help impactful innovations quickly enter the state & local market. [email protected] 80 M St. SE, Washington, DC 20003

Department of Civic Things

A small consultancy to help local government design better digital services

Urban Impact Agency

We are a hands-on, empathy-guided consultancy agency. Our projects help start-ups, corporates, and administrations navigate city ecosystems and deploy impactful urban tech solutions globally.

Digital Services Coalition

We’re a collection of agile technology and design firms that serve—or aspire to serve—the government.

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