Together we can make Local Governments that work in the 21st Century
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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If you would like be included in our network of government innovators, please fill out this profile form, you will soon get access to a directory of others in the Code for America Peer Network, as well as invitations to relevant resources and webinar discussions.Get Looped In
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We believe that there are 21st Century principles that governments should embrace to foster a culture of innovative problem-solving and improved collaboration.
Our 2015 fellows are working with eight cities across the nation. Follow their progress and gain insight into our approach.
City Council Assistant, Mesa Ariz.
Senior Web Administrator, Boulder County Colorado
Susan (@ceedrive) has more than 15 years of experience in technical project management, planning, and strategy in both non-profit and local government organizations. With a background in information technology, the web, and journalism, Susan communicates with both technical and non-technical users to build connections outside of usual silos.
Outgoing Chief of Staff, Long Beach Calif.
Becki (@beckiames) began her career with work on numerous state and national political campaigns before spending nearly a decade as a staffer in the California Legislature. Becki served as the Chief of Staff for Mayor Bob Foster for the past eight years.