Readers in the Los Angeles area and greater Southern California region, can attend The Davenport Institute’s “Election 2.016 – Technology and Civic Engagement” conference. The event is scheduled ahead of the historic 2016 presidential election as a one-day conference on … More
Rancho Cucamonga mayor L. Dennis Michael considers the “limitless” possibilities that the Internet of Things presents for engaging communities and improving city services: In my city, Rancho Cucamonga, we are asking ourselves how we can make more use of technology … More
DemocracyMap coordinates local boundary information and interfaces to help citizens discover and understand civic entities for a specific location
Waze is demonstrating how private-sector crowd-sourcing can promote local government solutions.
If you had the option to not wait in line…well for almost anything, would you? While voting is simple, it is often inconvenient. Lines and wait times at polling places can make it hard to “swing by” the polls on … More