Across the country, forward-thinking public servants are using technology and new approaches to transform the way cities and counties engage citizens, deliver services and solve problems. Code for America's Peer Network is a community where local government staff can connect with other innovators in the field, learn best practices, share ideas, and build professional skills for advancing digital government.

Peer Network by the numbers

  • Total Members: 2,273
  • Government agencies represented: 187
  • Cities Participating: 109

Not yet a member?

Whether you're a leader or just getting started with civic innovation, the Peer Network is the place to be. Membership is free and eligible to anyone who works in government.

Join the Peer Network

As a member of the Peer Network, you will have access to:

Networking and collaboration

Connect with like-minded leaders inside of government to exchange knowledge, solutions, and practical approaches for bringing innovation inside of City Hall.


Content and expert resources

From sample open data policies to trainings and webinars, our Library features actionable content tailored to support your various civic technology projects.

National visibility

The Peer Network is a platform to showcase the exciting work happening in your city. Lead the way in establishing best practices that can become the new standards for building digital government.

For an organization just beginning our journey into the world of civic technology and open data, the Peer Network has been a highly-valuable resource. Not only is it an excellent platform for exchanging information, it also serves as an ever-evolving dashboard of best practices from across the country. I highly recommend this group to anyone looking for cutting-edge advice on leveraging technology to make their community a better place.

Jason Banks, Business Access Director for Kansas City, KS