Government is not known for being cutting-edge, lean, exciting, fast-paced or technologically savvy. And yet, there is a movement within local governments to be just that—technologically savvy for the betterment of citizens and budgets.
City of Atlanta presenting their text messaging system for traffic citations at the CFA Summit 2014.
Technology has a grassroots movement within Government, thanks to Code for America and a few other initiatives like Go Code Colorado, happening nationwide. Last month at the Code for America Summit in San Francisco we learned first-hand about the many programs and projects nationwide to improve government through the use of technology, open data and applications. Read More
Go Code Colorado is back. Which means that you’re back. Because it’s you that made Go Code Colorado such a success last year. Colorado devs, entrepreneurs, mentors, and sponsors came together to do something that’s never been done before.
And we want to do it again.
We’re armed with feedback and learning from our breakthrough first year, and we’re excited to share the new developments with you over the coming months.
For now, put the following dates on your calendar. Start thinking about how you want to be involved. (Team member? Mentor? Sponsor? Volunteer?) Read More
Thank you to all of the entrepreneurs, business leaders, developers and teams that supported or participated in the first annual Go Code Colorado civic apps challenge.
And congrats again to our inaugural winners: Beagle, BizLink Colorado and Local Sage! Read More