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Socrata Connect Day 2: Shedding Bureaucracy & Embracing Innovation

Last night, we danced the night away at the Spazmatics’ show, but we still showed up bright and early for ...

Socrata Connect Day 1: What’s Next for Socrata, Austin’s Data Romance, Bonobos & Big Data

What a great first day! We got a look at what’s ahead for Socrata, saw videos of frustrated bonobos monkeys ...

3 Ways to Keep Up with Socrata Connect from Afar

Tomorrow’s the big day: Socrata Connect kicks off in Austin, Texas! We’re looking forward to meeting and reconnecting with government ...

Socrata Connect Is Nearly Here! What You Need to Know

After months of anticipation, Socrata Connect is nearly upon us! This Thursday, data lovers and thought leaders will gather in ...

How Governments Can Use Data to Manage Programs More Effectively

It’s well-established that data stored in silos is less than ideal: in fact, siloed data is both inefficient and costly. ...

Voxly: Offering Local Governments a Better Way to Inform and Serve Citizens

As voice-enabled devices are becoming commonplace in many American homes the growth has opened a new avenue to obtain information. ...

Join Us for Demo Alley: Your Peers’ Top Programs on Display

Where can you talk to a Data Programs Lead from LA, a New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission data analyst, ...

Infinite Reuse of Data Drives Down Costs — While Boosting Efficiency

One of the primary challenges to creating a more data-driven government is making sure that employees have the data they ...

Enter to Win $50,000 in Promotional Credits from AWS

Editor’s note: This guest post from Amazon Web Services (AWS) was originally posted on the AWS Government, Education, & Nonprofits ...

Infographic: Transportation and the Data Revolution

Long gone are the days of siloed departmental data, reports locked in PDFs, and once-a-year success measurements. Municipal transportation organizations ...

Data and the Evolving Public Sector Workforce

The workforce of public organizations stands at a crossroads. One one hand, the large-scale retirement of Baby Boomer employees — ...

Earth Day + Data: Local Governments Do Their Part

This weekend we celebrate 58 years of Earth Day in the U.S. Before the spring of 1970, there was no ...

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