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18F has started building a much-needed federal government-wide pattern library. For those unfamiliar with the concept of a pattern library, it’s a standardized, front-end design style guide for...

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Photo: Code for America Code for America has opened up applications for its inaugural Code for America Technology Awards to honor “outstanding products and implementations of government...

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GOV.UK (Photo: Roo Reynolds) In a series of blog posts, the UK Government Digital Service team has announced a new post-migration roadmap that includes updates to its go-forward strategy, team...

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We are fairly aggressively targeting a platform approach to service design and delivery at Adur and Worthing. Summing this up is the vision statement in our (still developing) strategy is: “To...

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Editor’s note: This post, after having been sitting in the draft folder for quite some time, got published prematurely by accident late last week. I’ve made a few minor edits and added or...
Photo: Code for America Civic technology teams in Boston and St. Louis were awarded $200,000 each to leverage data and technology to improve the lives of low-income residents as part of the new Civic...

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Source: ForeignAssistance.gov The new beta of U.S. Department of State’s ForeignAssistance.gov shows how government can leverage the power of data and visualizations to communicate the story...

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Google has launched Sidewalk Labs, an “urban innovation company devoted to improving city life for residents, businesses and city governments, in particular by developing and incubating civic...

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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee shops at Foggy Notion in the Inner Richmond with Supervisor Eric Mar all in support of local small businesses. (Photo: Mayor Ed Lee) In an effort to help entrepreneurs get...

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