Watch the videos
All the 2015 Code for America Summit main stage talks are streaming now. Dive into some highlighted talks below, or browse all the talks.
Jake Solomon – Defining a 21st Century Government
The Code for America Health team is taking a user-centered approach to understanding bottlenecks in the CalFresh (food stamps) enrollment process and identifying high priority areas for improvement — with implications for underlying policy and process.
Sam Vaughn – A New Standard for Community Engagement
Sam Vaughn, Neighborhood Change Agent, Office of Neighborhood Safety, City of Richmond, CA, describes how his team is meeting community members where they are and creating lasting impact in safety and justice with the Operation Peacemaker Fellowship.
Dana Chisnell – Next Generation of Civic Designers
Dana Chisnell, User Researcher at the United States Digital Service, spotlights how public servants are civic designers in their own right, and the importance of shifting the conversation from "how do we get government to learn about design" to "how do we use design to solve problems."
Read the recaps
Check out these in-depth recaps of the important themes and moments from each day of the 2015 #CfASummit.
Day 1 Takeaways: Transforming government for the 21st century encodes our values. It doesn’t just change tools, but it fundamentally changes how we work.
Day 2 Takeaways: This work matters to our communities. We aren’t just opening and using data for the sake of data—it’s to serve people and to deliver better services.
Day 3 Takeaways: Governments are diverse because they reflect the communities they serve. We honor this diversity by delivering user-centered services for the people.
Share these thought-provoking quotes from the Summit mainstage. Scroll back through the #CfASummit hashtag for more moments.
Of all the conferences and trainings I do, I learn more valuable, applicable information in the three days of this conference than all others combined. It sets the tone and mindset for a whole year of getting stuff done.
Dave Michelson, GIS Analyst City of Asheville
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