On June 1-2, 2013, more than 11,000 citizens representing government, businesses, non-profits, and individuals participated in the first ever National Day of Civic Hacking. The event's goal was to unite the public sector, the private sector, and individuals to solve our country's social challenges with innovation.
By getting involved, individuals in a community have the power to change policy, improve processes, and build tools to help their government function.
No problem! Not all problems can or need to be solved with software - we need people who are excited to be involved in their community and want to solve problems. There's a need for all kinds of skill sets, and we strive to be as inclusive as possible. Please come join us!