Code For America Reinvents Government - One Step At A Time

Code For America Reinvents Government - One Step At A Time

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New The U.S. public sector employs some 21 million people, the vast majority at state and local governments. That makes the public sector ripe for innovation and reinvention, a task being tackled head-on by Code for America, a San Francisco-based incubator that aims to help "government work better for everyone." Startups...
Code For America Reinvents Government - One Step At A Time
                                       

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