Jennifer Jones Austin & Carl WeisbrodCo-Chairs Mayor-Elect de Blasio Transition Committee December 18, 2013 Dear Co-Chairs Austin and Weisbrod: We write today to draw your attention to the historic opportunity […]
“I thank the Mayor and Council’s leadership for making New York City the best city for the 21st Century. For a democratic government to truly embrace openness and participation – […]
the redesign process started with a hackathon in the summer of 2011 that asked companies re-imagine NYC.gov. NYC.gov Overhaul Fuses High-Tech and Helvetica
A group of us, have formed #OpenCouncil, a small working working group around transforming @NYCcouncil to be more open. We hope to pressure the Council to be more open, transparent, […]
This could be the most detailed open-data map of urban gerontology in existence; the Portland project used about half of the number of property records. It’s not a flawless diamond, […]
[Op-Ed] The Future of Open Government in New York City | TechPresident Thanks to TechPresident, I was able to take my original blog post and turn it into an opinion […]
Since 2008, we have seen several Chief Executives elected who have favorable opinions toward innovation in Government. What if that was not the case? What if you had a thriving […]
Notes from the field: BetaNYC’s PLUTO Hacknights | Code for America Looking for NYC’s civic hackers PLUTO tools, check out this recap of our month to PLUTO.
We did a talk for a group of fellows and staff at Code for America, chatting afterwards about how we might be able to support each others’ projects a little […]
Announcing the Open Data Policy Guidelines, Version 2.0 – Sunlight Foundation Blog things to note.