Code for America is a 501(c)3 non-profit that envisions a government by the people, for the people, that works in the 21st century.
Our programs change how we participate in government by:
- Connecting citizens and governments to design better services,
- Encouraging low-risk settings for innovation; and,
- Supporting a competitive civic tech marketplace.
Who Are We? Overview Presentation
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twitter: @CodeForDurham
- Meetup: Triangle Code for America
Who do we work with?
Local governments are changing. Forward-thinking municipalities are embracing technology to make our cities better for everyone. Innovative government staff are sharing resources, best practices, and collaborating on common problems. Code for America provides a broad range of resources, programs and services to support and advance civic innovation.
FAQCan I participate in the Brigade if I’m not technical?
Yes! Brigades need leaders and members with all types of skillsets. Some ways non-technical folks participate include storytelling, community organizing, advising on projects as a subject matter experts, planning events, writing copy, and more.Should I bring a laptop to the meetups?
Yes Please! If you don't have access to a tablet or laptop, no problem at all. We will share!What is Civic Hacking?