New findings: What We’ve Learned About Civic Tech in Cities

Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/16/17
8:00 am - 10:30 am

Location
Microsoft

Hosted by
mySociety


New findings: What We’ve Learned About Civic Tech in Cities

Tue, May 16, 2017 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM

As you know, On The Table is the Chicago Community Trust’s annual event designed to elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships and inspire collaborative action across the region by gathering for a mealtime discussion. This year, please join mySociety and Microsoft for a breakfast panel and discussion about civic technology at the municipal level.

Specifically, mySociety has researched five case studies of civic tech projects deployed by US cities in recent years and found implications for broader changes to service delivery. We’d like to invite you to come hear more details from the study’s authors, as well as national leaders in municipal civic tech, and contribute your experience to an actionable conversation.

New findings: What We’ve Learned About Civic Tech in Cities

  • Moderator, Emily Shaw, Senior Implementation Advisor at the Center for Government Excellence at Johns Hopkins University
  • Richa Agarwal, Software developer, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and former Code for America fellow
  • Tonia Winchester, Deputy Chief, Seattle Office of Professional Accountability
  • Demond Drummer, CoderSpace
  • Rebecca Rumbul, Director of Research, mySociety
Schedule:
8:00-8:30AM – Registration and networking
8:30-8:50AM – Research Readout
8:50-9:45AM – Panel Discussion
9:45-10:00AM – Audience Q&A
10:00-10:30AM – Post event networking

RSVP by May 1st

Join us in the conversation on Twitter using @MSFTchicago and @mysociety

 

REGISTER HERE

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