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Topeka Cleans Up Outstanding Court Fines

In the past few years, Topeka, Kansas’ government administrators have engaged residents in new and interesting ways — from providing ...

9 Top States for Data Innovation

Socrata wants to congratulate all nine of our customers that made the top 10 in The Center for Data Innovation’s ...

Virginia Beach’s 4-Step Process to Releasing Data

In 2013, a Code for America brigade approached Virginia Beach, wanting to hack the city’s budget data. The Budget Office ...

Massachusetts Relaunches CTHRU Open Data Platform

This week, the commonwealth of Massachusetts announced the relaunch of its CTHRU financial transparency site. With firm dedication to financial ...

10 Transportation Trends from State DOT Performance Leaders

What do state Department of Transportation (DOT) leaders most want to measure and improve? From driverless cars to hiring data ...

Salt Lake County’s Beth Mitchell on Finding Lessons in Your Data

How can a government organization with billions of rows of data use it to make their processes more efficient? During ...

Chattanooga Launches “City Insider” App

Recently, the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, launched City Insider, a map-based web application that provides easily accessible neighborhood data to ...

10 Ways to Transform How Cities Work

When government leaders get together to discuss cities, data, and making an impact, what wisdom do they have to share? ...

Australian Capital Territory Open Data Portal Gets a New Look

One of our longtime customers just got a new look. The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is a small jurisdiction that ...

Naperville Supports a Strong Economy and Citizen Engagement with Data Portal Launch

This summer, Naperville, Illinois, launched a new open data portal: Open Data Naperville. The portal provides the 150,000 residents of ...

Utah DOT Staff Unite Around Shared Annual Report

The state of Utah’s Department of Transportation (UDOT) has moved to a fully digital version of their annual report shared ...

St. Petersburg Puts City Services on Interactive Map

“Florida’s Sunshine City” just made a huge leap forward in connecting city services to its nearly 260,000 residents. That’s because ...

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