Program Overview

The Peer Network is where local government innovators connect to share resources and best practices, and collaborate on common problems. Through regular trainings, discussions, and events civic innovators are empowered to be more effective leaders working together to build a 21st century government from within the walls of city hall.

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Are you a forward-thinking public servant? Join our community of local government innovators for access to free, actionable content tailored to support your work in civic innovation. Benefits include:

  • Access to a network of 200+ individuals doing innovative work within government
  • Written content and online trainings that range from general interest to in-depth case studies of innovation practice and skill sharing
  • Collaborations on open Data Formats to get the most of your open data.

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Featured Members

  • Lance Ahern

    Chief Information Officer, City of Anchorage

    Lance Ahern has spent 30 years as a professional technologist, Now as Anchorage's Chief Information Officer he is a fervent supporter of the local technology and startup communities.


  • Jonathan Reichental

    CIO, Palo Alto, Calif.

    Dr. Jonathan Reichental, currently the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the City of Palo Alto, Calif., is an award-winning technology leader whose 20-year career has spanned both the private and public sectors.


  • Jonathan Feldman

    Chief Information Officer, City of Asheville

    By demonstrating the economic value of open data, Jonathan Feldman has helped make Asheville (population 85,000) a city nationally recognized as a leader in innovation.


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