Comport is a tool for law enforcement agencies to open their data and be accountable to their citizens.
A Django app behind the Clear My Record website
A Business Portal for the City of Syracuse (Code for America Project)
A placeholder/meta-repository for efforts to build and manage independent local hosting infrastructures
Code for America Slack Policy
Subscribe to your city.
Atlanta's official court website.
An internal tool to help the Seattle Police Department respond to the needs of people in crisis
A mobile-friendly website for finding human and social services in your community
The open source API directory of community social services.
Standardized identifiers for categorizing civic technology projects
Work forward for the Anchorage municipality
Brigades and political action
Scans Open311 endpoints.
How To Do Things
Data about Code for America brigades and other civic tech organizations for the CfA API
An updated style guide and pattern library for Code for America's website
Parse XML according to the "Spark" convention (http://wiki.open311.org/JSON_and_XML_Conversion#The_Spark_Convention).
Create a resource directory from a contact spreadsheet.
A game where users must identify a city's neighborhoods as fast as possible
A tool to help jail administrators, judges, and other stakeholders understand the conditions in metro jails, and use this data to visualize how their decisions–at both the individual and policy level–affect program, facility, and inmate outcomes.
A Glossary bot for Slack
The next generation of econ dev resource matching.