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Code for America's Code of Conduct
Open Data Policy — Managing Information as an Asset
Minimalist online application for CalFresh and Medi-Cal
Reducing 911 calls and solving problems, one address at a time.
A place-based call-in system for gathering and sharing community feedback
A text message system for checking one's EBT card balance (SNAP benefits and more)
A Ruby wrapper for the Open311 API
Manage and display public record requests, built by the Code for America 2013 Oakland team
Your friendly neighborhood court robot. Provides an api for getting court case information.
A collection of public assets related to Health Focus Area projects
Display google analytics from a city's website as a dashboard
A game where users must identify a city's neighborhoods as fast as possible
Twitter bot that posts adoptable pets in your city.
An online service that teaches small business owners how to use the internet to better run their businesses.
Code for America's new book - Beyond Transparency 📕
A sample instance of Councilmatic, a subscription service for city council legislative information
The housefacts website
(Alpha) API for restaurant inspection data.
This is a guidebook for city government representatives on how to use social media to better engage their citizen communities.