We have partnered with more than 100 governments over the last six years. That's a lot of stories. Here are a few.
Users Are Voters: Strategies To Help Your Politicians “Get It”
Robin Carnahan, head of state and local government at 18F, explains why being a successful politician means finding the right technology.
Salt Lake County works to help residents succeed with probation and pretrial supervision
In Salt Lake County, it's getting easier for case managers and their clients to communicate about their supervision.
Starting with entrepreneurs' needs in Long Beach
City staff and Code for America fellows started by asking entrepreneurs what they needed, and used the feedback to design a better system.
Making virtual community members visible with Google Analytics
The dashboard is an accessible, first-step tool for web teams to engage city staff in the experience and needs of digital visitors.
Louisville tackles inmate overcrowding with the Jail Population Management Dashboard
Louisville used the Jail Population Management Dashboard to address jail overcrowding with a real-time view of its metro jail system.
Lexington uses an app to match people with drug and alcohol recovery resources
GetHelpLex connects people in need with substance abuse treatment services.
Indianapolis leads on opening police data with launch of Comport
Indianapolis uses Comport, an open data portal for police data, to be more transparent.
Helping entrepreneurs grow their small businesses in Puerto Rico
PrimerPeso connects entrepreneurs with government resources to start or grow their business.
Public defenders use Clear My Record to clear non-violent criminal records
Making it easier to reclassify low-level offenses gives people a second-chance to turn their lives around.
San Francisco promotes its restaurant inspection data on Yelp to improve food safety
Raising the visibility of public data helps San Francisco's Department of Public Health incentivize restaurants to follow health codes.
Philadelphia uses CyclePhilly to plan a bike friendly city
Philadelphia uses CyclePhilly to plan a bike friendly city.
Santa Cruz launches a digital permit office open 24-7
OpenCounter helps cities support local economic development by making it easier for businesses to get up and running quickly.
New Orleans fights blight with data
BlightStatus makes complex government data easier to access, empowering New Orleans residents with updates about blight in their community.
Long Beach uses AddressIQ to focus emergency medical resources
Using data-integration to help prevent high-cost, high intervention services for people calling 911 unnecessarily.
California counties make it easier to apply for CalFresh
How user-centered design is making it easier for Californians to feed their families.
In their words: stories from people who use GetCalFresh.org
People who use GetCalFresh.org tell their stories.